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From the swampy bayou of Louisiana to the Great Lake o' the Cherokees in Missouri and even rivers and lakes in Georgia, Texas, and Florida, "Swamp Murders" proves that even muddied waters eventually bring secrets to the surface. The premiere episode on June 4 at 10 PM profiles wholesome 19-year-old Kathy Bonney. When Kathy doesn't come home one day, her concerned father, Tom, turns to police for help. But when Kathy's bullet-ridden body is pulled from Virginia's Great Dismal Swamp, detectives discover that Kathy wasn't as angelic as everyone was led to believe - and her father wasn't as clueless as he let on.
Near Asheville, N.C., a young mother is stabbed four times in the chest and left for dead in the French Broad River, but she survives long enough to seek out help and to leave a cryptic clue for detectives.
In Beaumont, Texas, a young woman goes missing from a broken-down car while waiting for her husband's return; the nearby Big Thicket Swamp may hold the answer to her disappearance.
A Lakota teenager disappears from the town of Mobridge, S.D., causing racial tensions to erupt; when her body is found in the shallows of the Missouri River, detectives are confounded on both sides of the divide.
On the morning of her 50th birthday, a woman is found face down in Suqualena Creek near Meridien, Miss.; detectives soon discover the victim's daughter and her best friend are both keeping secrets.
In Crox Springs, La., a young woman disappears from the parking lot of a roadhouse, and her frantic boyfriend suspects she has reconnected with an old flame with deadly consequences.
In Albany, N.Y., a young woman disappears after storming out of the house to find her wayward boyfriend, then her body is found on the banks of the Hudson River.
Kathy Stewart, a 47-year-old mother, goes missing in the morning and is later found murdered in a nearby creek.
A U.S. Army medic enjoys a night out at a dive bar near Fort Bragg, N.C., but she never makes it home; police cannot figure out what happened to her even after dogs pick up her scent in a nearby swamp.
A college student is eager to drive home to see her parents but never makes it there, then her body surfaces in the Oconee River, and detectives come to realize someone has been lying to them.
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