Investigation Discovery’s “BAD HENRY,” Airs Tonight At 9pm ET/PT
BAD HENRY, the documentary chronicling the 90s serial murders of 10 black women in Charlotte, N.C., is airing tonight at 9pm ET/PT on Investigation Discovery.
The scene is set 1990s Charlotte: a city divided by racial tension, rampant gang violence and a crack epidemic that brought the murder count to new heights. But, beneath the surface lurked an even greater threat. A monster by the name of Henry Louis Wallace was stalking his prey and murdering at will: his target – young African American women. For the first time ever, Investigation Discovery (ID), America’s leading destination for true-crime programming, reveals the story of ‘Bad’ Henry Louis Wallace, one of the country’s most notorious serial killers. Featuring never-before-heard interrogation tapes and tales of devastation from those left behind, BAD HENRY is the story of how Detective Garry McFadden, the only African American on the homicide squad at the time, and his determined team at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department apprehended this diabolical killer.