It was the scene of a shooting that left one man dead and several injured.
But the mystery of the mystery is what lies behind the scenes of the crime scene, a hidden story about an extraordinary murder mystery.
Read moreThe mystery is one of the most mysterious unsolved murders in the world.
And yet the story of the case has gone untold.
The story is that a man called John Doe was shot and killed by two men outside the police station in the small town of Olean, Maine, in 1987.
John Doe was in a confrontation with a man named George McLean.
McLean then proceeded to murder Doe.
McLean then turned himself in to authorities, claiming to have been involved in the killing.
McLeod’s confession led to an investigation into the case, which eventually led to the arrest of the two men responsible for John Doe’s murder.
The murder was captured on tape by a man with a camera in his pocket.
That camera led to another arrest and conviction of two men.
Both men were released on bail, but John Doe remains in prison.
The case went on to be the subject of an Emmy Award winning television series and a popular novel.
In the series, the show explores the strange and dark world of murder mysteries, and examines the impact that one case can have on the lives of those involved.
But John Doe is not just a case.
The mystery surrounding the case continues to this day.
The show, which is set to air in the UK this year, tells the story through the eyes of three detectives who have all played key roles in the case.
And one of them, detective Paul Wills, has been working on the case ever since it was solved.
His son, Mark Wills has spent years piecing together the story and interviewing the witnesses.
But he also wants to put the case behind him, because he wants to do everything he can to put his own family first.
Paul has become a national treasure, a rare figure who is known across the country.
He has a national profile, his own book, and even an acclaimed documentary, which explores the case for a decade and a half.
But it is a story that has been told many times, and the real mystery is still unsolved.
So it’s the work of Paul’s son Mark, who has been involved with the investigation for almost three decades.
“I’ve always been interested in the story,” he said.
“It’s something that I’ve been fascinated by since I was a kid.”
John Doe is a very dark and tragic story.
There’s a lot of pain in it, but I think that’s the beauty of the investigation.
“The investigation can give you a window into what really happened.”
And it’s a story Paul wants to tell.
He has spent more than 20 years trying to solve the case and has been interviewed by thousands of people, from families and friends to reporters from around the world, including BBC Radio 4’s Crimewatch.
It was a remarkable journey, but Paul knows that it’s something he has to continue.
And he’s not going to give up.
His passion is to find out how he can help solve this mystery.
Paul was in Scotland at the time of the murder, and he has been keeping in touch with the family and friends who have been with him over the years.
He’s now been travelling around the country to meet with the people who knew John Doe, and try to get some answers.
“You get a sense of what his story is all about, and what he did to get away from his family,” he explained.
“What his life was like, what his family was like and how he ended up in prison.”
I’ve been trying to do that for 30 years.
It took Paul more than 30 years to learn the details of what happened to John Doe.
He first met the McLean family in the early 1990s, when they were working in the police department.
Paul said that the McLeans, who were originally from Scotland, were keen to learn about the case as it was being investigated.
“They were very interested in it,” he recalled.
“But the investigation took time because it took them a while to get involved.”
But Paul said they quickly began to feel like a part of the family.
They started to feel the pressure of the McLahers and wanted to come forward, and that’s when the McGlens came to help.
“That’s when we got involved,” he added.
“We were in a place where we were very concerned, and we knew there were people who were willing to help.”
After meeting with the McLens, Paul began to see the case through a new lens.
“This was something that we had to understand and investigate, so we knew that we wanted to get it right,” he continued.
“There were times where we wanted a certain piece of information or some other information to come out.”
So it was very important for us to get