Texas Authorities Search for More Bodies in 1970s ‘Candy Man’ Serial Killer Case

Searchers in Houston went back at the former home of serial killer Dean Corll on November 12 to look for more dead bodies.

Texas Equusearch and members of the Pasadena Police Department believe as many as 20 more victims of the sadistic murders in the 1970s could be buried behind a bungalow home.

Corll was nicknamed the “Candy Man” by some.

From 1970 to 1973, Elmer Wayne Henley and David Brooks would lure young boys to Corll’s home where they were raped, tortured and killed. The men met many of their victims in the Heights, where Corll’s parents owned a candy shop near a school.

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SOURCE: CBS DFW