20 imagesFilm stills and production shots from "True Crime Authors:Murder in Greenwich" From the History Channel: "Adapted from the critically acclaimed true crime bestsellers, each author tells their infamous stories on-camera. Each story is told only from the author's perspective. On a cold October night in 1975, fifteen-year-old Martha Moxley is bludgeoned to death with a golf club in her own backyard. Nearly a quarter of a century later, former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman came across a top-secret private report he knew could blow the lid off the case. He began his own investigation and discovered evidence that he believed clearly implicated Michael Skakel in the murder. In 1998 he published Murder in Greenwich, his moment by moment analysis of just what happened the night of Martha Moxley's savage murder. A month later, Michael Skakel was indicted for the crime. Found guilty in June of 2002."