Anthony Sowell's gruesome murders are back in the spotlight.
Sowell is infamously known for terrorizing the city of Cleveland with a series of murders. He also hid the remains of 11 Black women at his home.
In a shocking new special, five strong women are sharing their true stories of escaping from this house of horrors.
Robert Sberna covered this case as a reporter back in 2009, and he's now unveiling new revelations from the true crime.
"I found out that his mother was abusive. Left him, neglected him, beat him. It seems to be that he was repeating that cycle and taking out that rage against his mother on innocent women," Sberna said.
To learn more about Sowell's crimes from the victims themselves, tune into Snapped Notorious: The Cleveland Strangler July 24th on Oxygen.