On September 13, 2016, a call came through Ashland, Ohio's 911 system from a distressed woman who claimed to be held captive in a home.
"I've been abducted," she whispered to the dispatcher. "Please hurry."
The police who arrived at the scene not only rescued the woman who had placed the call, but also discovered two dead bodies - left there by Shawn Michael Grate, a 40-year-old man who had a reputation for being a "cold-blooded charmer." Grate also brought police to a third body, located in a wooded area by a ravine in neighboring Richland County. And, as the investigation continued, police uncovered connections to two more murders.