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The Epix true-crime documentary series “Fall River” wraps up tonight with the two-part conclusion to the grisly saga of the “Satanic cult murders” of 1979 and 1980. The twisted tale from a dark chapter of Fall River’s history has garnered excellent reviews and made viewers ask themselves some difficult questions.  

The biggest question is: “Where the hell does this guy get off saying everybody in Fall River has been to prison?” 

“If you’re from Fall River, you’ve probably done some time,” says Chris Hayes, a private investigator. “That’s like high school reunion in Fall River, you go to jail.”

Hayes opens the series by badmouthing you, me, your vavó, and 89,000 other people in this city. They’re the first sentences spoken in the entire series. 

More:‘Fall River’ true crime documentary is a compelling study of ‘Satanic cult’ murders



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