Genre: Crime, Mystery
Summary: A series of non-fiction investigations that explore such themes as jealousy, murder and deceit.
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S11, E26 (First Aired:
Bethany Deaton, a young nurse with a bright future, is found dead of an apparent suicide; Police face a fundamentalist religious group and a dream marriage that may have led to Bethany's death.
S12, E17 (First Aired:
When Yancy Noll is gunned down at a traffic stop, Seattle police think it could be a case of road rage, then they come to suspect a brilliant engineer who has fantasized about being an assassin.
S11, E32 (First Aired:
After an unknown girl is found murdered in a California restaurant parking lot, it will take a tenacious investigator, a forensic sculptor and a report by ``48 Hours'' to break the case.
S11, E13 (First Aired:
After a jury acquits Mel Ignatow of torturing and murdering Brenda Schaefer, photographs of the torture emerge, but Ignatow cannot be tried twice for the same offense.
S12, E09 (First Aired:
Mark Castellano stops at nothing to find his estranged girlfriend, Michele Warner, even publicizing her disappearance on the ``Dr. Phil'' show, and his strategy works but not in the way he intended.
S11, E08 (First Aired:
Tormented by memories of sexual abuse, Kristen Cunnane makes a life-changing decision to go to the police who ask her to call her abuser.
David Camm spends 13 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife and children.
College freshman Taylor Behl disappears from the Virginia Commonwealth University campus in September 2005, then her remains are found one month later, turning all of her friends and acquaintances into murder suspects.
S11, E04 (First Aired:
Catherine Woods goes to New York to chase her dream of dancing on Broadway, then she is stabbed to death in her Upper East Side apartment, and her new boyfriend, Paul Cortez, becomes a suspect in her murder.
S11, E15 (First Aired:
In 1969, 15-year-old John McCabe is found murdered after failing to return from a dance, and the case goes cold even though his family never gives up on finding his killer, then a big break comes after the passage of more than 40 years.
When Jason Bohn is charged with murdering girlfriend Danielle Thomas, his lawyers argue he suffers from a behavioral disorder which is characterized by uncontrollable outbursts of anger.
When Sheila Bellush is shot to death, police suspect she is the victim of a murder-for-hire plot orchestrated by her ex-husband, Allen Blackthorne.
Five elderly people, all living within a mile of each other, die unnaturally in the space of 18 months; with no apparent motives or forced entries, the community suspects a serial killer on the loose.
S11, E19 (First Aired:
Crosley Green is convicted of murder and spends 26 years in prison, but two retired sheriff's deputies say critical mistakes were made during the investigation, and new evidence surfaces that may prove Green's innocence.