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- [Narrator] The following
is a catalog of events

that occurred over the course
of two weeks in the year 2011.

These strange and unnerving
happenings took place

in Greene County, Illinois, a
rural, sparsely-populated area

located on the southwestern
part of the state.

The incidents have yet to be explained.
Many theories have circulated
as to what may have ensued,

but at the time of this writing,
nothing has been corroborated.
The events in question are
presented in chronological order.

Feel free to draw your own conclusions.
(somber music)
Monday, February 28th, 2:10 P.M.
The accident is the
biggest anyone in the area

has seen in 27 years.
A school bus full of Greenfield
Elementary third graders,

on its way back from a
field trip to a local farm,

collides with a dump
truck and loses control.

After impact, its wheels
skid off the road.

That's when momentum takes over,
causing it to roll three
times before coming to a stop

upside down in an irrigation ditch.
Six children and one teacher are killed,
14 others are injured.
When police arrive on the
scene, alcohol is detected

on the breath of the dump
truck driver, Ray Peck.

He is arrested on site and
booked at the local jail

in Carrollton, Illinois.
Wednesday, March 2nd.
The only hotel in
Carrollton, the Cat's Inn,

is booked to capacity.
Family and friends begin
arriving in the town

to attend funerals and memorial services.
A brown van is spotted in
the parking lot of the Inn.

Thursday, March 3rd, 10:00 A.M.
The funeral of Lily
North, one of the girls

who died in the accident,
occurs on this morning.

Lily's mother Candace does not attend.
Her husband, Jared, tells those who ask
that she's taken Lily's death very hard.
Thursday, March 3rd, 2:00 P.M.
A funeral for David Frost,
another casualty of the accident, happens.
It is a small service,
only intimate friends

of the family are invited.
Alan Spencer, David's
schoolmate and closest friend,

is said to look the worse
for wear at the event,

even more so than the Frost family.
Spencer was in the bus during the accident
and even though he was
sitting next to David,

he managed to escape with only
a few bumps and scratches.

However, the tragedy has
taken a psychological toll

on the young boy.
He has complained of
nightmares as of late.

In these dreams, he mentions
seeing his friend David,

head dangling from a loose, broken neck,
walking into his bedroom and
whispering horrible things

to him in the night.
His parents have begun
discussing taking him

to a child psychologist
in order to help him cope

with his guilt and grief
surrounding this accident.

(somber music)
Thursday, March 3rd, 4:00 P.M.
Mourners set up a road-side
memorial at the spot

where the accident occurred
as a way to commemorate those

who had tragically lost their lives.
About seven people visit the
site between 4:00 and 7:00 P.M.

The mourners park their cars
along the side of the road.

A brown van is seen amongst them.
There are songs and prayers.
Flowers, teddy bears
and hand-written letters

are placed at the spot of the accident.
Candles are lit.
It is said to be a beautiful memorial.
Friday, March 4th, 11:00 A.M.
John Mayhew, the teacher who
was killed in the accident,

is cremated, there is no service.
Lisa Mayhew, John's wife, takes the urn
containing her husband's
ashes back home with her.

Friday, March 4th, 6:00 P.M.
The first death is reported that evening
when Jared North returns
home from the grocery store

to find his wife, Candice, dead,
the top half of her skull
removed with near-surgical

precision, her scalp
is nowhere to be found.

In her hand, she is clenching
her daughter's brush.

Police find no sign of forced entry
and hardly any evidence of scuffle.
A full investigation into
the death of Candace North

is launched.
On the brush, Jared would
later tell the papers...

- [Jared] She was holding Lily's brush,
it meant a lot to her.
Every night she would brush
Lily's hair before bed.

I used to joke that Candace treated her
like one of those American
Girl dolls, you know?

Now they're both gone.
- [Narrator] Saturday,
March 5th, 3:00 P.M.

A memorial service is
held on the football field

of North Greene High
School that is attended

by over 700 people,
including friends and family

of the deceased who had
come in from out of town.

News of Candace North's murder
begins to spread throughout the event.
Sunday, March 6th, 10:10 A.M.
Alan Spencer's parents
bring him to church,

but rather than forcing
him to attend the service

where the accident would be discussed,
they let him use the playground
at the park next door.

He is last seen climbing
a tree at 10:30 A.M.,

when Janet Finch cuts
through the parking lot

on her way into the church.
15 minutes later, the
congregation hears the scream

of Margaret Peters, who
had been walking her dog

down the sidewalk.
The churchgoers empty into
the street and find Alan

lying on the ground, his head
twisted a full 180 degrees.

At the time it is believed
Alan had fallen from the tree

and landed face first onto the
asphalt, snapping his neck.

Investigators on the scene
found a note in his back pocket,

it reads: "If you yourself cannot release,
"then it will come to take a piece."
Alan Spencer's parents
later confirm that the note

is not written in his handwriting.
Sunday, March 6th, 3:34 P.M.
Examiners discover that
aside from a broken neck,

Alan Spencer's corpse
is missing four incisors

and two molars from his mouth,
none of which were recovered.
Strangely enough, his
injuries mirror those

of his good friend, David Frost,
right down to the missing teeth.
Monday, March 7th, 11:19 P.M.
Cartoonist Dan Colb's Chevy Tahoe
is found on the side of the road
after running head first
into a telephone pole.

When paramedics arrive, they
discover him unconscious

in the driver's seat but breathing.
Colb doesn't have any relation to anyone
who died in the bus accident on the 28th
but his wife passed on from
breast cancer two years prior.

The widower, who lives alone
in Carrollton, has attended

therapy twice a week since
the death of his wife.

And those close to him later
claim that he never took off

his wedding band.
His injuries include a separated shoulder,
a head contusion and a missing finger,
specifically the ring
finger of his left hand.

His wedding band is also missing.
He was taken to Saint Mary's General
and treated for his injuries.
Tuesday, March 8th, 2:45 A.M.
Neighbors report screaming coming from
the house of Lisa Mayhew.
Police arrive to the home
to find Mayhew in shock,

her speech is erratic and incoherent,
she is trembling uncontrollably
and she has an injury,
deep cuts on her left arm

that appear to have
been left by an animal.

Mayhew is given a sedative and treated,
but she does not answer
any questions when asked

about where her injuries came from.
Police notice the urn that once contained
her husband's ashes in
the bathroom, it is empty.

And it appears, by the look of things,
that she flushed them down the toilet.
Police find no evidence of
forced entry into her home

but don't estimate the
possibility of a break in

due to her bizarre babblings.
Some of the things she is quoted in saying
are outlined in the police report.
- [Lisa] I had to forget him
or it would've killed me.

Its mouth was so wide.
So many teeth.
Its face,
a face like patches of skin.
John's gone now.
(tape recorder clicking)
(somber music)
- [Narrator] Lisa is taken
to Saint Mary's where she's

treated for her injuries
and kept under surveillance.

But police call her sister,
Ava, who lives in Chicago

and inform her of the situation.
She agrees to catch a flight
down the following day.

(somber music)
Tuesday, March 8th, 3:35 P.M.
Dan Colb awakes in the hospital,
he is lucid but unresponsive to questions.
In fact, he refuses to speak at all.
Doctors decide to keep
him for an extra day

to monitor him for brain
trauma before releasing him.

A nurse, Margo Johnson, gives him a pencil
and a pad of paper in
case he might want to

write down his thoughts since
he doesn't wish to talk.

Wednesday, March 9th, 8:55 P.M.
Police find Ray Peck dead in his cell,
he's been horribly maimed.
There was a hole in his
side the size of a softball.

It was later discovered
that his liver was removed

and taken by whoever had
committed the heinous murder.

On the wall, written in Peck's
own blood, is the phrase,

"If you yourself cannot release,
"then it will come to take a piece."
Police have no leads on
who snuck into Peck's cell

and murdered him.
The security footage is of little use,
the camera pointed at
his cell cuts to black

roughly between the times
of 8:40 and 8:43 P.M.

It is believed that the murder occurred
during these three minutes,
but the speed in which it
must've happened is astounding.

None of the other security
cameras at the jail

show anything out of the ordinary.
Given the note found in his
back pocket, with a phrase

matching the one written
on the wall of Peck's cell,

a murder investigation is now opened up
into Alan Spencer's death.
Thursday, March 10th, 10:05 A.M.
Nurse Margaret Johnson enters
Dan Colb's hospital room

to find that he is missing.
It appears, at some
point during the morning,

he changed into his clothes
and exited the hospital

without anyone noticing.
She finds the notebook that she gave him
had been left behind.
Johnson would later tell reporters.
- [Margaret] There were
these weird pictures

that he had drawn in it.
The man, or thing, I don't know,
it wore a suit but it had like a big,
wide smile and these sharp teeth.
The drawings were really good but they
gave me the creeps.
And that smile was all
there was to its face,

the rest of the thing's
face was nonexistent.

He must've drawn it over a dozen times.
There were also pictures
of a pocket watch with

like a kind of eye on it.
To tell you the truth, for
some reason I can't explain,

that bothered me more than the man thing.
(tape recorder clicking)
- [Narrator] The only words
that Colb had managed to write

was the familiar phrase, "If
you yourself cannot release,

"then it will come to take a piece."
Colb would not be seen
again for three months.

It is not known what he
was doing during this time.

Margaret reported Colb's
disappearance to the hospital staff

and left the notebook on the counter.
It would sit there for four
hours until it was picked up

by Lisa Mayhew while she
was being checked out

of Saint Mary's by her sister, Ava.
When Lisa saw the
illustrations Colb had drawn,

they triggered a panic attack.
She screamed and began to throw
a fit in the hospital lobby,

only calming down after
being given a sedative.

Lisa would travel to Chicago
with her sister later that evening
and would never set foot
in Greene County again.

Over the next four months,
she would sell her home

then go back to her maiden name, Fitzroy.
To this day, she has refused
to answer any emails or calls

regarding her husband,
the accident, her injuries

or what happened the night
police were called to her home.

(somber music)
Friday, March 11th, 4:00 P.M.
Police issue a statement
that they believe Donnelson

was responsible for the deaths
of at least three people,

Candace North, Alan Spencer and Ray Peck,
but that investigation is
ongoing until they deduce

how the murders were committed.
The cryptic phrase found on the Donnelson
hotel room is the piece of evidence
that makes Donnelson the prime suspect.
Saturday, March 12th, 6:00 A.M.
The Greene County Gazette
publishes the Sheriff's statement

regarding Donnelson, papers
are distributed country wide.

Saturday, March 12th, 2:00 P.M.
Police are called to the
spot where the February 28th

school bus accident
occurred by Bell Parker,

a teacher at the Greenfield Elementary.
She shows them something
strange that she's discovered

at the memorial, a ring of
candles that had been set up

on the side of the road, a
note that had been slipped

under one of the candles.
She had found it while paying
her respects to the deceased,

then dialed 911 when she
recognized that it had

the same thing that had
been reported in the papers.

"If you yourself cannot release,
"then it will come to take a piece."
Saturday, March 12th, 3:30 P.M.
Margaret Johnson delivers the pad of paper
with Don Colb's drawings
to the Sheriff's station,

pointing out that he had
written dozens of times

the same cryptic message that had appeared
at the other crime scenes.
Colb becomes a person of interest
and when it is discovered that
he has seemingly left town,

an APB is put out for his arrest.
Sunday, June 12th, 10:00 P.M.
Dan Colb is killed on
Interstate 65 in Huntsville,

Alabama when he stepped out in the road
in front of a speeding semi truck.
The driver told police
that he didn't see him

until it was too late.
He would say to reporters...
- [Truck Driver] The only thing
I saw was a big, wide smile,

then a second later, I heard the thud
and I knew that I hit him.
His face wasn't right,
his eyes were massive.

I know I only saw him
for a second but I swear,

I could tell something
weren't right in him.

Like there was,
like there was some kind of sickness,
pain behind them and he,
and he was happy.
Happy it was all about to end.
(tape recorder clicking)
- [Narrator] In the glove
compartment of Colb's car,

police found a notebook
with dozens of illustrations

of the same creature that he
had drawn in the hospital room.

On nearly every page, the art
was accompanied by the same

cryptic phrase that haunted
Greene County investigators.

"If you yourself cannot release,
"then it will come to take a piece."
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