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Latest Episodes

When Yessenia Suarez and her two young kids, Thalia and Michael Otto, go missing from their home in Deltona, Florida, all eyes turn to her husband, Luis Toledo.

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: Arnold Archambeau and Ruby Bruguier

When a young South Dakota couple goes missing from the scene of a car accident in 1992, local police launch a large-scale investigation that ultimately ends in tragedy.

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INFAMOUS: The Vernon-Tolland Three

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, multiple young women and girls go missing in the Vernon-Tolland area of Connecticut.

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MURDERED: Tracy Kirkpatrick

When 17-year-old Tracy Kirkpatrick is found murdered in March 1989, investigators struggle to find any evidence pointing to who killed her.

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CONSPIRACY: Theresa Allore

When Theresa Allore vanishes from her college campus in Quebec, Canada, in 1978, local police dismiss her as runaway and force her family to start their own investigation that would span across 45 years.

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MURDERED: David Josiah Lawson

David Josiah Lawson headed off to college in Arcata, California with big dreams…only to be stabbed to death at a party off-campus.

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