The true-crime channel Investigation Discovery will air “The Lost Boys of Bucks County,” a two-hour special on the 2017 murders of Jimi Patrick, Dean Finocchiaro, Mark Sturgis and Tom Meo on a farm on Solebury Township.
The documentary will air tonight at 9 p.m. on which details the gruesome murders of the four by Cosmos Dinardo, serving four consecutive life terms – and his cousin Sean Kratz- serving life for his role in the murder of Finocchiaro state prison.
Story House Productions, says the show will focus on the investigation; specifically, the work of Middletown Township Office Megan Freer. Freer was given the Award of Valor by the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia for her work in the case.
Here’s what producers have said about the show thus far:
“In a gripping limited true-crime special produced by Story House Productions, The Lost Boys of Bucks County unravels the shocking serial murders that set ablaze a small community and rocked it to its core. Over the course of two days in July 2017, five young men go missing in an idyllic, sleepy suburb of Philadelphia. Blue blood born-and-bred Megan Freer is new to the force, but what she lacks in experience she makes up for in instinct and not only a connection to the area, but also to the families of some of the lost boys that further fuels her passion for justice. In the face of great evil, Freer is thrust into a dark and twisted path, forced to follow her intuition to put together the pieces hiding in plain sight that bring a brutal serial killer to justice”