Next Episode of Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen is
"Who, what, where, why and when?" are the essential questions at the heart of every homicide investigation – for detectives but also for journalists chasing the 360-degree story. Investigative correspondent Chris Hansen knows the routine all too well, having won eight Emmy awards for investigative reporting, outstanding coverage of a news story and outstanding coverage of breaking news. Now, in Investigation Discovery's all-new newsmagazine Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen, he brings his unrivaled journalistic skills and criminal insight to an enthralling new series, digging deep into the depths of a killer's mind and bringing life to some of America's most chilling and heart-wrenching homicide cases. Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen premieres on Monday, August 17 at 10/9c only on Investigation Discovery
The disappearance of a 20-year-old woman who was headed home from a July 4th party is investigated in the Season 2 premiere.
The murder of a drag queen by an intruder at a friend's house is investigated.
The murder of a Gulf Harbors, Fla., retiree who enjoyed the company of younger men is investigated.
The case of a young mother who disappeared with her 3-month-old son. The police eventually found her car, a discarded car seat and a corpse burned beyond recognition.
In Topeka, Kan., Mike Sisco and Karen Harkness invite heir parents over to celebrate their upcoming wedding, then, the couple is found shot to death in their own bed.
Chris Hansen reveals what happened to Yale University medical researcher Annie Le who vanished on her way to her laboratory in 2009.
In Canyon, Texas, teenager Fred Moseley disappears while home alone over a long weekend, then his new car is found abandoned on the outskirts of town and his shotgun has gone missing; Chris Hansen investigates a mystery that lasted 10 years.
In St. Augustine, Fla., Jesse Whitley is a small-time scoundrel who drives off on a stormy night, never to return, then his body is found floating in the St. Johns River.
Suffering from mental disabilities, Josh Bailey carves out a decent life for himself, then he disappears, leading his parents to fear he's fallen in with the wrong crowd; Chris Hansen travels to Chapel Hill, N.C., to uncover the true story.
In Taunton, Mass., Jimmy Madonna finds his father, James, shot to death in his vehicle at an industrial park on the day before Thanksgiving.
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