On the night of November 16, 1995, Addison, Illinois police found Debra Evans - 28 years old and nine months pregnant-drenched in her own blood, her skull shattered by a single bullet to the head. Nearby, they found the brutally stabbed body of her ten-year-old daughter, Samantha. Seven-year-old Joshua was dead in an alley ten miles away. And the baby that Debra had been carrying was missing. Thirty-one year old Jacqueline Annette Williams had pretended to be pregnant. She had given herself a baby shower. She'd even carefully made a phony birth certificate. Then, she went after Debra Evans and, with two male accomplices, viciously killed an entire family. But the carnage didn't end until she'd sliced open the dead woman's abdomen and cruelly ripped the unborn child from Debra's womb. At Williams's dramatic trail, a horrifying tale of jealously, madness, and monstrous evil unfolded. And while she and one of her accomplices were sentence to die and the other sent to prison for the rest of his life, a baby boy - born by murder - began a life of his own.