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MURDERED: Heather Rich

When a 16-year-old girl goes missing from her bedroom in October of 1996 and days later is found brutally murdered, a small town is shocked to discover not only how she died – but who among them was her killer…

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CONSPIRACY: Phillip Island Part 2

When 23-year-old Beth Barnard is found murdered in her home, investigators immediately suspect another local named Vivienne Cameron who has mysteriously gone missing.

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Three beloved small town Indiana carpenters head to a new job one summer day in 1999 and never make it home.

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MURDERED: J.B. Beasley & Tracie Hawlett

Two 17-year old girls set off one summer night in 1999 for a high school field party, excited to mark the end of summer with friends.

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