The documentary/re-enactment movie of the week as seen on the Discovery Channel. Leonard Lake and Charles Ng looked harmless enough when they were caught shoplifting at a store in San Francisco. Ng fled the scene, but when police questioned Lake at the precinct, he identified Charles Ng as his accomplice - and then swallowed two cyanide capsules he had taped to his lapel. The police were stunned by Lake's abrupt suicide. But the .22 caliber pistol and silencer they found in his car indicated far more than a simple shoplifting, and when the registered owner of the car turned up on a list of missing persons, the investigation exploded. A search of their house turned up the personal belongings of a number of missing persons. Two human bones were found in the yard, triggering a massive excavation of the entire property. After weeks of excavation, investigators had uncovered a veritable killing field. Forty pounds of human bones, as well as five intact bodies, were eventually pulled out of the rocky ground. Videotapes of two female victims and Leonard Lake's handwritten diary attested to the bizarre fetish he shared with Charles Ng: kidnapping, sexual enslavement, and murder. Ng was captured in Canada, ironically, on a shoplifting charge and a jury convicted Charles Ng in June, 1999 of murdering eleven people. He now sits on California's Death Row.