Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields Trailer Explores Gruesome Murders
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Netflix has released the trailer for the latest installment of Joe Berlinger’s Crime Scene docuseries, and it’s called The Texas Killing Fields.

Directed by Jessica Dimmock (Unsolved Mysteries) and executive produced by Berlinger (Conversations With a Killer, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile), Crime Scene: Texas Killing Fields follows previous installments like The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel and The Times Square Killer.

“I’ll never forget the day that my daughter disappeared,” a man says in the trailer.

“She wasn’t the first young woman to disappear in the area,” a woman’s voice explains.

These “ritualistic killings” were all discovered within a 25-acre patch of land in League City, Texas, where the murdered bodies of over 30 women and girls have been found since the 1970s, according to CBS News.

Netflix describes the region called the “Texas Killing Fields” like this: “Amidst the marshes and oil refineries alongside the interstate corridor connecting Houston and the beach town of Galveston, lies Calder Road – the patch of land that earned its name after the bodies of three young women were discovered there in the 1980s and a fourth in 1991. Their murders remain unsolved, but one grieving father refuses to give up on the hunt for his daughter’s killer, while the search and recovery organization he founded supports other local families facing similar tragedies. His determined pursuit of justice for the victims drives the series as it delves into five decades of the area’s unsettling history, uncovering a pattern of eerie connections and missed opportunities surrounding the Calder Road cold cases that may, at long last, lead investigators to the truth.”

Executive produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Joe Berlinger, Sara Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Jon Kamen, Jon Doran, Jen Isaacson, Leslie Mattingly, and Jessica Dimmock, Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields is an Imagine Documentaries and RadicalMedia Production in association with Third Eye Motion Picture Company.

Watch the trailer above.

Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields arrives Nov. 29 on Netflix.

Main Image: A still from Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields courtesy of Netflix.