The Great Depression of the 1930s was the worst economic crisis the nation has ever known, forcing thousands from their homes and into makeshift shantytowns–shack cities of anonymous poor that sprung up in hard hit cities like Cleveland, Ohio. It was here that The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run found his victims in one of the great, unsolved crimes of the 20th Century. Today, spirits of the dismembered victims and of the killer himself offer clues that might finally help solve a case that stumped Eliot Ness, the man who brought down Al Capone. Who was the Mad Butcher, and is he responsible for another famous unsolved murder as well? The ghosts of history bring the past alive, and offer clues to those able to listen that may finally give peace to the restless dead.