This post deals with violence against women, sexual assault and child abuse and could be triggering for some readers.
In 1990, a pair of truckers in Oklahoma came across a 20-year-old woman on the side of the road.
She was in a critical condition, battered and bruised with both old and new injuries.
Her name was Suzanne Marie Sevakis. But to the few people in her life, she was known by two different aliases - Sharon Marshall, and Tonya Hughes.
As Suzanne was rushed to hospital, her husband Clarence and their two-year-old son Michael came to see her. She died as a result of her extensive injuries.
Clarence soon became shrouded in suspicion over his alleged involvement in his wife's death. But it would take years for investigators to discover that Clarence wasn't who he said he was.
His name was Franklin Delano Floyd, a now-convicted murderer, rapist and death row inmate.
A man guilty of unspeakable crimes, all of which are explored in the new Netflix documentary Girl In The Picture.
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Floyd's crime rap sheet began in his teenage years.
At age 18 in 1962, Floyd abducted a four-year-old girl from a local bowling alley in Atlanta and sexually assaulted her in the nearby woods. He was convicted of kidnapping and child molestation and was sentenced to serve 10 to 20 years, but he managed to escape and flee and rob a bank, before being caught and sent back to jail.
In 1972, Floyd was released from prison and sent to a halfway house. Months later, he attempted to sexually assault another woman, who managed to escape. By 1974, Floyd had met and started a relationship with Sandra Francis Brandenburg, who was recently divorced from her ex-husband Cliff Sevakis with whom she had four children, Suzanne Marie Sevakis, Allison, Amy and Philip.