e is a convicted killer and possibly has killed up to 60 or more people both domestically and internationally, has had a book written about him (Quincy native James Stewart’s “Blind Eye”) and is currently serving a life sentence in Colorado.
If you missed the debut of the new Investigation Discovery series Untouchable: Power Corrupts, you'll have a chance to catch it for free on Amazon Instant Video. The series premiere featured the story of Quincy native Dr. Michael Swango, who confessed to four murders, but some believe he could be responsible for up to sixty deaths.
A local crime story will be told on national television July 9 during the premiere episode of Investigation Discovery's Untouchable: Power Corrupts. The network has released a three-minute preview of the show, which you can watch here.
Investigation Discovery will air the debut episode of Untouchable: Power Corrupts on Thursday, July 9. The premise of the series, according to the cable channel, is to offer "an inside look into how a taste for power can turn into a thirst for blood, featuring the perplexing journeys of seemingly good citizens to corruption." The first story that will be told on Untouchable: Power Corrup