The Real Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a 2014 documentary that describes the life of convicted murderer Robert Kleason.
Though I’m not really sure how the documentary got this title, as the horror film where it gets its inspiration came before Kleason’s conviction and he never used a chainsaw, but a table saw.
Still, the crimes of Kleason are disturbing. The judges that overturned his conviction, which allowed him to escape to England, should all be recalled.
The documentary provides an in depth analysis of Kleason’s early life as a New Yorker, then a Texan, and finally an Englishman. It is an interesting tale that follows a disturbed man and his ultimate downfall.
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