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Teens and The Occult / Pearl, Mississippi, Shooting Aftermath / Woodham Interview #170250

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 1997
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The response in Pearl, Mississippi, to the case in which Luke Woodham killed his mother and two fellow students introduced. [In interview with Jay Shadler for "PrimeTime Live", WOODHAM - says student Grant Boyette talked to him about Satanic spells.]

(Chicago: Erin Hayes) The lure of the occult to troubled teenagers examined; details given of several cases in which teens committed murders. [From prison, convicted murder Sean SELLERS - talks about his belief in the occult and losing touch with reality.] [Indiana police detective Susan RESTO, FBI Ken LANNING - talks about the problem.]

Hayes, Erin;
Jennings, Peter

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