New interviews and an up-to-date analysis of evidence shed light on the 1992 murders of three girls in Spain and their profound impact on the nation.
The father of one of the victims joins forces with an investigative reporter. Armed with the case file, they share their suspicions and theories on TV.
The trial ends and the defendant's fate is revealed. Decades later, the case's effect on Spanish society and culture can still be seen and felt.
Two beekeepers in a remote area come upon a wristwatch. A medical form found at the scene leads to two arrests. Doubts are raised about the autopsies.
The defendant testifies. The Anglés family is asked about the answering machine. The forensic expert draws two new conclusions from autopsy footage.
When three girls from Alcàsser vanish en route to a nightclub, the small town's search for them soon becomes nationwide news and TV talk show fodder.