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DVD of the Day #350 - The Boneyard

This is a mediocre documentary about two Californian serial killers, Charles Ng and Leonard Lake who killed over a dozen people and buried them in Lake’s yard. This is 90 minutes long and it’s pure reinactments. Oh my god, I hate that. I want a documentary not a, “Based on a true story” crap. It also doesn’t help that none of the actors could well…act. You’re better off just getting a book on the killers rather than watching this hour and a half of boring crap.

Ng then met Leonard Lake in 1983 and the pair are suspected of murdering between 11 and 25 victims at Lake’s ranch in Calaveras County, California. They filmed themselves raping and torturing their victims.

The crimes came to light in 1985 when Lake committed suicide after being arrested when Ng was caught shoplifting at a hardware store. Then police searched Lake’s ranch and found human remains. Charles Ng was identified as Lake’s partner in the crimes. Ng fled to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he was arrested by the Calgary Police Service on July 6, 1985 after resisting arrest for shoplifting at The Bay department store. Ng pulled a gun on two security officers, and after a brief struggle Ng shot one of them in the hand. However, the two officers did manage to overpower him and held him in custody. Ng was charged and subsequently convicted of shoplifting, felonious assault and possession of a concealed firearm.

He was sentenced to four and half years in a Canadian prison.

After a long extradition battle (see Reference re Ng Extradition), Ng was finally handed over to the U.S. authorities. Ng stood trial on 12 counts of murder in 1998, which he was convicted on February 11, 1999, of 11 of the murders, those of six men, three women and two baby boys, and was sentenced to death. Ng’s trial was lengthy and cost the state approximately $14 million, which was at the time of the trial the most expensive trial in California state history.

He is currently on death row at San Quentin State Prison.

The end. Now don’t watch this.

Is it Worth Keeping? No.
Rating: 2/10

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