Among the possible crimes that someone might commit, murder is arguably the most heinous.
From the beginning of time, serial killers have fascinated historians, detectives, and the public alike. Perhaps no serial killer has been more fascinating and a topic of more conversation than the child serial killer who started killing at the age of 10.
Mary Bell served 12 years in prison and was released at the age of 23. What went wrong in her life that drove her to murder? How has she impacted the lives of others and what have we learned from her?