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Led by Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn, On the Case features in-depth interviews and original reporting that go beyond the headlines in search of fascinating mysteries from within our nation's justice system. Each episode is highlighted by Zahn's riveting exclusive interviews, which draw out different viewpoints from the people personally connected to tragedies that rocked their local community and the investigations that attempted to piece together the truth On the Case with Paula Zahn.
The season premiere follows the tragic double homicide of Reeda Roundy and Betty Gray who were found in Roundy's home, along with a satanic message written in blood. It said "Satan Loves You," and appeared to have been part of a carefully planned ritual. Detectives were puzzled, as neither murder had any signs of being ritualistic and both victims appeared to have died without a struggle. But as the investigation unfolded, detectives learned that nothing about the crime was as it appeared. In fact, it would take remarkable police work and insights from the families of both beloved mothers to finally piece together the stunning truth.
When John Greathouse got a call that his stepdaughter, Kelli Bailey, was late for her overnight hospital shift, he immediately went to check on her. When he walked into her home he stumbled into every parent's worst nightmare. He found Kelli sprawled out in the doorway of her bedroom and one touch of her cold ankle left him certain she was dead. John was heartbroken. The young woman he had helped raise had been murdered. As investigators surveyed the scene they found a series of puzzling clues left behind by Kelli's attacker. Could a video tape and a dead man's forged check be the keys to bringing a cold blooded killer to justice?
On a hot Las Vegas morning a few teens on their way to school noticed an abandoned car parked along the dirt path they were taking to school. When they looked inside they witnessed a sight they will never forget. The lifeless body of a woman lying prone in the passenger seat. When investigators arrived it was clear that the woman had been the victim of a homicide. 41-year-old Nancy Menke had been handcuffed and shot to death at point blank range. The mother of four lived just a few miles away. As investigators retraced Nancy's final hours alive they developed a solid theory of the crime, but no suspects. It wasn't until a records clerk in the insurance fraud unit stumbled upon a strange report, that the case was finally blown wide open.
A wave of fear sweeps across Aurora, Colo., after two similar crimes are committed just days apart, and police race to stop a hammer-wielding killer before he strikes again.
A young woman's search for her birth mother ultimately leads her on a quest for justice.
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