Released on the 40th anniversary of the 1966 trial of killers Ian Brady (Harris) and Myra Hindley (Peake). In the early 1960s, 3 children and 2 teenagers are kidnapped, tortured, and murdered, with their bodies buried on Saddleworth Moor outside Manchester. When Brady tries to entice his sister's husband, David Smith (McNulty), to participate, Smith goes to the police instead and the duo is finally caught. Made with the cooperation of the victims' families, the reconstruction of trial evidence can be rather gruesome. Also released the same year was "Longford," which featured an older Hindley's attempts to get parole.