A true-crime series about a tight-knit Texas town where the residents have traded modern comforts for total freedom. However, the brutal killing of a beloved bar owner leads to a controversial murder trial that threatens to tear the town apart.
End of the Road
The mythic, off-the-grid community of Terlingua, Texas is a place where maverick misfits and musicians find freedom from the confinement of big city life. But the sudden, brutal murder of a beloved Terlingua icon shocks the town to its core.
Murder in the Midnight
The brutal murder of beloved Terlingua resident Glenn Felts stuns the community and launches a search for answers. Felt’s good friend Tony Flint is arrested on suspicion of murder; stunned residents speculate on what could have happened.
Law enforcement discovers a gruesome crime scene and focuses on a red beanie cap, drag marks and boot prints; this evidence points to Tony Flint. But, he insists an alcoholic “black out” is preventing him from remembering what happened the night before.
Tony Flint’s defense attorney shocks the court when he claims Tony acted in self defense - a legitimate plea in Texas. But, the medical examiner contradicts that plea when he testifies that Glenn’s death is the most brutal beating he’s ever seen.
It’s the final day of trial testimony and Tony Flint testifies that Glenn attacked him in anger, a story which Sheriff Dodson believes Tony’s lawyer tailored to fit the prosecution’s evidence. After a long deliberation, the jury returns its verdict.
Answers & Anger
As night falls, the jury in the Tony Flint trial returns its verdict. Terlingua residents react in shock and anger and an anonymous juror from the trial comes forward to describe how nightmares over the verdict are causing him sleepless nights.