He was on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list and was sentenced two life sentences after being found guilty of federal racketeering, extortion, conspiracy and 11 murders. Jimmy “Whitey” Bulger will now be featured in an episode of “Murder Made Me Famous” on the Reelzchannel, recently filmed in Waxahachie.
AMS Pictures, stationed in north Dallas, filmed three days and 40 scenes around Waxahachie over the last week. Locations manager for AMS, Desiree Fultz, said Waxahachie’s locations have unique qualities that are ideal for the 1960s — 1970s timepiece.
“Part of the value comes in the maintenance of the historical buildings, which is huge,” Fultz said. “Every single person that we’ve met here has led us to somebody else which has filled in another portion of what we need. This can only happen in a city that’s that welcoming, friendly, helpful and excited.”