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A behind-the-scenes look at the mysterious circumstances surrounding the murder of Amy Gellert.
A look into the murder of millionaire John Bender.
Because of false testimonies, two people are imprisoned for murders they didn't commit; Gloria Killian is convicted of masterminding a robbery-homicide, while Clarence Elkins receives life for rape and murder.
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.
When Todd Winkler stabbed his wife to death with a pair of scissors, he told police that Rachel had attacked him first. But as authorities began to investigate, they would find clues that might help explain Rachel's death. Richard Schlesinger reports
Twins Betty and Peggy are both accused of hiring a hit man to kill Betty's husband; one twin is found guilty following the hit man's shaky testimony, while the other is left off.
In Los Angeles, a police officer shoots an actor to death at a Halloween party; a woman is caught on tape running over her husband; a U.S. customs agent helps break a global pornography ring.
When a triple homicide rocked Pinyon Pines, CA. detectives had little to go on since a fire had destroyed most of the evidence. The case would sit cold for 7 years until a private investigator turned up the heat. Troy Roberts reports.
The 1979 murder of Janet Walsh frustrated police for decades. There were many suspects, but no way for authorities to make an arrest. Now, over thirty years later, DNA technology would play a key role in solving this cold case. Peter Van Sant reports.
When the Owen and Emanuel families set out to adopt internationally, they had no idea how rewarding and frustrating the journey would be. Legal issues and even criminal activity would get in the way of these growing families. Maureen Maher reports.
A report on Cal Harris, the New York millionaire who has been prosecuted four times for the murder of his estranged wife Michele, who vanished in 2001.
The 2002 death of Nancy Sonnenfeld is investigated. Her husband, Kurt, is the chief suspect, but he claims his wife committed suicide.
The apparent accidental death of a respected physician's wife arouses suspicion.
The story of Robin Doan, who at age 10 in 2005 was the only one in her family to survive a home invasion in Pampa, Texas.
The 2012 murder of Danielle Thomas, a financial analyst for Weight Watchers, in Queens, N.Y., is investigated. An accidental cellphone call recorded the victim's horror.
The 2009 death of Olympian Dave Laut is investigated. Laut was shot by his wife, Jane, who claimed her husband continually abused her.
Robert Chambers, aka the "Preppy Murderer", leaves prison after serving 15 years for strangling Jennifer Levin to death, but he soon finds himself back in the headlines.
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.
In 2009, Stephen Nichol calls 911 to report that his girlfriend, Rhonda Casto, has fallen to her death while hiking, and while investigators do not suspect foul play, Casto's friends and family members do.
When Jeanne Bishop's pregnant sister, Nancy, and her brother-in-law, Richard, are murdered, Bishop's life changes forever, and she winds up visiting her sister's killer many times in prison.
Questions persist about why Cory Lovelace's body was discovered in an advanced state of rigor mortis even though her children saw her alive the same morning she was found dead in her bed.