A map of where the children disappeared and were found dead during the Atlanta Tragedy of 1979 to 1981, when nearly thirty Atlanta children were murdered. Wayne Williams, a would-be music promoter, was arrested, tried and convicted for two of the murders. The other cases were subsequently closed, but many people believe he could not have been responsible for all of them. What the map shows is how the interstate highway system and urban renewal created the environments that made "ghetto kids" vulnerable to a predator--or to more than one predator. The full story is told in my book Exit: Utopia - Serial Killers on America's Open Road, forthcoming in March, 2012.