An elderly woman. An insane daughter-in-law. A grisly murder. A true story. Alfred Haney had suspected there was something peculiar about his young wife for a very long time. The conversations she had with no one in particular had become more and more frequent. On a cool spring morning in 1897, he left his Williamston, Michigan home to earn his day's wage. When he returned, he discovered a macabre murder so bizarre that it shook an entire community to its core. TO HELL I MUST GO is the true story of a deranged woman who some might refer to as Michigan's own Lizzie Borden. Rod Sadler is a 30-year police veteran who spent over ten years researching a gruesome 1897 murder that occurred in the small town where he spent his childhood. Using original court documents, handwritten eyewitness statements, and newspaper accounts, he has crafted an intriguing detailed time-line of the murder and the five days that followed.