"I was in my parents' room and I just heard the shot and my dad just yelled, ' Help me, help me, help me,'" Jacqueline recalled.
Brandy shot herself in front of her parents and grandparents.
Mike follows a clue that leads to two local criminals while Brian follows a different line of investigation and finds that the bodies were dumped in an area called "The Killing Fields".
When Ann is kidnapped by the serial-killer, Brian seeks her out alone in the dangerous land.
Brandy Vela's final text to her family was: "I love you so much just remember that please and I'm so sorry for everything.""I was the first one here," said Jacqueline Vela, Brandy's older sister, describing the last moments she had with her.
Jacqueline, 22, said she tried everything she could to save her 18-year-old sister Tuesday.
Public outcry after 15 year old London girl Tallulah Wilson took her life last week has led for the elimination of so called suicide websites, after it was revealed Ms Wilson had spent an inordinate amount of time on such sites prior to her taking her own life.
The thing that some young people don’t realise is just how long life is and just how short high school is.Review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a score of 33% based on 49 reviews, with a consensus that read, "Texas Killing Fields is a competent boilerplate crime thriller, brewing up characters and plots used in better films." Roger Ebert of The Chicago Sun Times gave the film two out of four stars and said, "'Texas Killing Fields' begins along the lines of a police procedural and might have been perfectly absorbing if it had played by the rules: strict logic, attention to detail, reference to technical police work.Unfortunately, the movie often seems to stray from such discipline." On a more lenient note, James Mottram of Games Radar said, "Mann Jr.In Little Texas, Texas, Detectives Brian Heigh (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Mike Souder (Sam Worthington) are investigating a series of murders of women by a serial-killer.When they leave the crime scene where a body was found, Brian brings the girl Ann Sliger (Chloe Grace Moretz) that is on probation to the house of her dysfunctional family and delivers the neglected Ann to her careless mother.Meanwhile, Ann (Chloë Grace Moretz), a neglected local girl whose mother Lucie (Sheryl Lee) is a drug addict, goes missing.