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Latest Episodes

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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INFAMOUS: The Big Ben’s Murder

When Marie Dupe is found brutally murdered during her first overnight shift at the Big Ben’s convenience store, the town of Sydney, Nova Scotia is sent reeling.

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MISSING: Christina Calayca

When Christina Calayca disappeared on a camping trip in Ontario, Canada, in 2007, investigators expected to find her in a few short hours.

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MURDERED: Jenny Low Chang

When 19-year-old Jenny Low Chang is murdered in the library at San Francisco State University, both police and her family are hopeful that her killer will quickly be brought to justice.

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MURDERED: Sharmini Anandavel

When 15-year-old Sharmini Anandavel doesn’t come home from her first day at a new job, her family is immediately suspicious of one of their neighbors.

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: The Family in Anaqua Springs

When Nichol Olsen and her two daughters are found shot in the home they shared with her boyfriend, a theory quickly emerges that lays the blame on Nichol.

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