Along a quiet, gravel road in East Tennessee, a group of six Kentuckians, ranging in age between 14 and 20, on their way to New Orleans to start over, would kidnap and murder a young Christian family. Media, attorneys, family members, and even true crime aficionados would argue about the circumstances and motives surrounding the horrific crime for decades. Were the murders a result of a fascination with devil worshipping and the occult? Or was this a simple case of teenagers who were never loved enough or given a fair chance in life who made a series of bad choices? This is the story of the Lillelid Murders.