During the "long, hot summer" of 1967, racial violence erupted in 159 cities all across America. From Tampa to Texas, Birmingham to Boston, Newark and New York, Cleveland, Chicago, East St. Louis...city after city exploded in strife. Detroit, the "Model City", was thought to be safe. It wasn't.
In the late 1960’s, Ann Arbor, Michigan was at the center of a series of brutal serial murders. Over the course of two years, seven young women would lose their lives. At the same time, the city was experiencing a cultural overhaul that would turn the staid and conservative seat of Washtenaw County into a hotbed of radical ideas and practices that was creating a Mecca for the young citizens of the 1960’s counter-culture, fueled by the drugs, a political awakening and a sexual revolution that would define the 1960’s.