The sequence showed a man conning his way into a house full of female roommates and then murdering a nurse and nursing student inside. In 1966, Richard Speck broke into a Chicago townhouse where nine nursing students. He tied them all up with torn bed sheets, and then led eight of them into separate rooms in the house. One by one, he stabbed or strangled each of them to death. Corazon Amurao, only survived by hiding under a bed, and it was her testimony that ensnared Speck.
Amurao told police about a tattoo on the man’s arm reading, “Born to Raise Hell.” When Speck attempted suicide a few days after the attack, his doctor at the hospital recognized the tattoo from the news. He was subsequently arrested, convicted, and died in prison in 1991.