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Latest Episodes

When 16-year-old Joseph Kinville III is brutally stabbed to death in a field in his neighborhood in Arcadia, Florida, law enforcement is stumped from the start and his mother is devastated.

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CAPTURED: Bobby Templin

When a young woman mysteriously dies of electrocution… the authorities rule it an accident.

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UPDATE: Pravin Varughese

When 19-year-old Southern Illinois University student Pravin Varughese dies unexpectedly, police quickly rule his death a tragic accident and close the case.

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: Casey MacPherson-Pomeroy and Caleb Guillory

Casey MacPherson-Pomeroy and Caleb Guillory had plans to ring in the new year on the beautiful Caribbean island of Anguilla. But before the proverbial ball could drop, they were both dead.

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MURDERED: The Robison Family

A family is found slaughtered during what was supposed to be a relaxing vacation, and with little evidence to go on, it’s like the killer disappeared into thin air.

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MISSING: Dulce María Alavez

When 5-year-old Dulce María Alavez vanishes from a playground in New Jersey, the whole community pitches in to help search for her.

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