It's a tale of two judges; one a well-liked defender of the law, and the other a cold-blooded manipulator. Judge C.E. Chillingworth was by all accounts a man of honor, so why were he and his wife taken from their home on June 15, 1955, in the wee hours of the morning, bound, gagged, weighted down, and thrown into the ocean?Judge Joseph Peel was a rowdy young low-level judge that handled small disputes, warrants, and divorce settlements. Peel liked to live high above his means and supported his lavish lifestyle with underhanded criminal activities. Could his small con games really lead to murder, or was someone else to blame?When the Chillingworths disappear it would take nearly five years and one drunken hitman to finally uncover the truth behind West Palm Beach's "crime of the century."