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Review: 'The Sons Of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness'

Written by 05 May, 2021

The reasons why true crime stories are so popular is a complex and nuanced discussion, but there are probably two primary reasons. One just have to do with the crime itself and the resulting investigation. Most people can't conceive of murdering someone or planning and committing some complex, often evil crime. So learning the details of someone else's crime is..well not entertaining exactly. But it can be a fascinating story to follow and a great true crime story has everything from loss and revenge to love and redemption. Stories of true crimes are as complex and compelling as the finest novel or scripted movie.

But the second reason for their popularity have to do with the need for justice to be fulfilled. There are tens of thousands of people in America who spend every day consumed by the smallest detail of some crime that has captured their imagination. They can devote hundreds or even thousands of hours into chasing down the next detail, the next person who can put them closer to bringing some sort of resolution to their pet case. Sometimes it's bringing a murderer to justice. Other times it's just determining how the crime was committed or freeing someone who they believe has been wrongly convicted of the crime.

Tracking down the details of any crime can be heady stuff and it quickly the line between determination and insanity can be very hard to discern. There's a temptation to think that if you just spend one more hour going over casefiles or devote time to another phone call that the "truth" of the crime will reveal itself. It's hard for even the most level-headed person to keep their perspective and that's why the detective obsessed with a case until it eats him or her up is such a familiar true crime trope. History is littered with well-meaning people who ended up lost inside a case they couldn't quite solve.

At first glance, watching a four-episode docuseries about the infamous "Son Of Sam" killings feels like overkill. Beginning in the summer of 1976, someone began shooting people in New York City in what seemed to be an almost random basis. At first, the crimes were given the name "The 44-Caliber Killer" due to the type of gun used in the crimes. But a letter eventually was sent to a local newspaper by someone claiming to the suspect. They called themselves the "Son Of Sam" and it was a nickname that seemed to perfectly fit psyche of New York City in the late 1970s. Crime was up, the police were seen as often corrupt and incompetent and the city's tabloid newspapers were at the height of their tawdry glory.

By the time David Berkowitz was arrested by police in August 1977, eight shootings had taken place, resulting in six deaths and seven injuries. Berkowitz quickly confessed and explained that he committed the crimes because of instructions given to him by a demon which had manifested itself into a dog owned by his neighbor Sam. He later admitted that story was false and pled guilty to the crimes. He was sentenced to six life sentences and to be honest, like many people that is pretty much everything I knew about the crimes before I watched the unsettling and often frustrating new Netflix docuseries The Sons Of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness.

Even before David Bertkowitz made his confession, there were growing questions about the details of the police investigation. The Berkowitz confession was a convenient break for police, who had bungled his arrest. An officer had broken into Berkowtz's car and that was how police had obtained the evidence that ultimately led to his arrest. A trial and evidence discovery could have led to all of the tainted evidence being excluded from the case - which could have led to Berkowitz's release. Instead, he confesses to the shootings and initially provides a crazy explanation that involved a demon manifesting himself as the dog of Berkowitz's neighbor.

Maury Terry was writing corporate puff pieces for IBM's in-house magazine when the shootings began, but he quickly became interested in the case. Even more so after Berkowitz was arrested and sentenced to six life terms. Terry quit his job to become a local newspaper crime reporter focused on the Son of Sam case and began writing a series of increasingly critical pieces about the investigation. As he pointed out holes in the Berkowitz confession, he began to fall into a rabbit hole of conflicting stories about Satanic cults, police corruption and the desire of many New Yorkers to just move on, no matter what the problems with the confession.

While The Sons Of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness begins as a recounting of the increasingly unhinged details surrounding the case, it slowly morphs into a telling of the increasing obsession of Maury Terry. The journalist makes some real progress with the case and seems to find substantial proof that Berkowitz didn't commit the crime by himself. He found solid proof of Berkowitz's membership in a cult and lots of circumstantial evidence that other murders took place, including the death of several people who appear to be have been members of the cult.

But he struggled to get police officials to reopen the case and his growing frustration led to an obsession that overwhelmed every aspect of his life. His marriage failed, his health faltered. He struggled to discern the differences between valid clues and unlikely conspiracy theories and by time he of his death he was left with nothing more than his theories and a small group of like-minded investigators.

In the end, The Sons Of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness is as much a story about getting lost in the search for justice as it is a recounting of the details of the Son Of Sam killings. It's a compelling, sad and complex story that is well worth devoting four hours to telling.

The Sons Of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness
premieres Wednesday, May 5th, 2021 on Netflix.

Last modified on Wednesday, 05 May 2021 01:32

Review: 'When Phillip Met Missy'

Written by 28 April, 2021

72-year-old Phillip Snider wasn't one of the most-liked people in the group of older men and women who met for coffee every morning at the local Hartsville, Ohio McDonald's. But he was liked enough that when Roberta - his wife of 52 years - mysteriously died, local residents were reluctant to consider that Phillip might have been responsible for her death. Even though his initial description of her death just sounded insane.

According to Phillip, he took her to Memphis to see Graceland and she died while she was at the hotel. So he hailed down an ambulance, they pronounced her dead and took her body off to be cremated. Not surprisingly, Roberta's brother and her children were less convinced this was the complete story. And once the police became involved, they quickly began to suspect Phillip.

And while all of this was going on, Phillip struck up a friendship with Missy, a woman at least 20 years younger than Phillip. She had just moved to town and seemed unconcerned about the rumors floating around town about Phillip and his missing wife.

It's pretty funny to hear the range of reactions about Phillip's relationship with Missy from the men and women he had coffee with every morning. The reaction from all of the women was that the relationship was "hard to believe" and "kinda gross." The reaction from the men was along the lines of a chuckle and "more power to him."

As you might suspect, there is much more to the story and it's told through the typical true crime story interviews, but also with a large amount of surveillance video and audio. At some point about halfway into the documentary, you might be able to figure out the outlines of what is going on. But it's well worth sticking around to the end because there are some pretty crazy twists and turns along the way.

When Phillip Met Missy premiered Wednesday, April 28th, 2021 on Discovery+.

Last modified on Sunday, 02 May 2021 21:49

Can True Crime TV Help With America's Cold Case Problem?

Written by 22 February, 2021

There are a few familiar sub-genres staples of true crime television. The well-known stories that always bring in a viewing audience, such as Jon Benet Ramsey or the Zodiac Killer. Then there are the cases that feature less-familiar criminals, but ones involving a case so complex it merits a two or three-episode telling (The Chameleon Killer or The Widower). The biggest group are the one-hour recreations of some crime - typically a murder - which can be told and wrapped up in an hour-long episode.

One area that hasn't received much coverage are murder cold cases. Which is unfortunate, since this is a topic which seems like a perfect fit for the true crime television audience. I don't mean a "let's find this fugitive" series like America's Most Wanted. I'm specifically talking about cases that are legitimately unsolved and unlikely to be solved unless some outside force intervenes.

How massive is the cold case problem is America? This piece in the Texas Observer paints a pretty grim picture of the issue:

And all those previously undetected homicides had become part of a larger national problem: a backlog of more than 250,000 unsolved murder cases, a number that increases by about 6,000, nationwide each year. 

This enormous backlog represents what the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) called a “cold case crisis” in a June report. As more and more homicide cases go unsolved, the backlog grows, allowing an estimated 2,000 serial killers nationwide to remain free to kill again. Too few police departments are effectively deploying their resources to stop them.

And then there are the murders that are never solved because the homicide detectives for whatever reason don't expend much effort on the investigation:

Her son, Scott MacPhee, came to his mother’s house to meet Plano police officers that day. He was mystified by what he observed: “It was cold that day, but her coat had disappeared. And two valuable rings she always wore were missing.” He challenged a Plano detective about the missing items, but the response was, according to him, “Old people hide their stuff.” There was blood in the bathroom, in the garage, near her body, and even on her glasses. And yet his mother had no obvious wounds. Officers collected no samples of the blood. Nor did they take photos or videos, he said. No autopsy was ordered by Collin County officials. 

The death investigation seemed like a whirlwind, Scott said: “We found her, the cops show up, the paramedics show up, the CSI department shows up, and they rope things off, they do all their investigation, and the detective says she died of natural causes."


A few years back, TNT briefly had a murder cold case series, but it was built around a team of investigators that tried to solve a specific case. Aside from the fact that it was cumbersome TV format, it was also an expensive approach that only allowed the show to focus on a handful of cases throughout the season.

What I would like to see is a straight-forward murder cold case series. Each episode focuses on one or two cold cases. A basic outline of the facts, some interviews with police, family and friends. And then a highlighting of the type of information that would might lead to a break in the long-cold murder case.

Even better, since the online amateur crime sleuth community is already so active, channel that community and bring them into the show. Give people an opportunity to suggest cases. Build a platform that allows people to interact with the show and each other as they uncover facts. Use the reach of television to engage an already engaged audience and build a new sub-genre of true crime television from scratch.

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Last modified on Monday, 22 February 2021 12:14

This Week In True Crime TV: 02/21/2021-02/27/2021

Written by 21 February, 2021

Here is a rundown of all the new true crime television premiering this week:

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST, 2021:
Evil Lives Here (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "He Still Haunts Me," an extended interview with Gwen Bailey, who married Norman Starnes. She discovered she never really knew him at all and in fact she was his unwilling accomplice.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND, 2021:
Murder In The Middle (Investigation Discovery)
A popular college student is found murdered on the kitchen floor of her family's home in a small Southern town.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD, 2021:
48 Hours On ID (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode "Crosley Green's Hard Time," Crosley Green is convicted of killing a 22-year-old Florida man in 1980 despite no physical evidence tying him the case. A federal judge overturns his conviction in 2018, Yet Green remains in prison as of 2020.

The List Of Ten (Discovery+)
In 2010, a probation officer conducts a routine check on 76-year-old Joseph Naso, in Reno, Nevada. During a search of Naso’s home for probation violations, the officer finds a shocking cache of materials: thousands of pictures of women in hosiery, mannequins dressed in lingerie, and a journal recounting dozens of sexual assaults. But the most important piece of evidence found is Naso’s “List of Ten,” a handwritten list with ten cryptic entries of vague locations, but no names or dates. Investigators fear that they have stumbled upon a hidden serial killer and his list of victims completely by chance. Working against time, investigators have one year to decode the list before Naso goes free.

Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art (Netflix)
A woman walks into a New York gallery with a cache of unknown masterworks. Thus begins a story of art world greed, willfulness and a high-stakes con.  

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 2021:
The Truth In The Casket (Investigation Discovery)
Something is revealed at a funeral.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 2021:
Field Of Nightmares (Investigation Discovery)
The execution-style murder of a beloved maternity ward nurse in a cornfield shakes up a small Indiana town.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 2021:
Fear The Neighbor (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "Hell In Hawaii," a handyman, living rent-free in the home of a generous friend, grows increasingly paranoid about his neighbors. He films them constantly and rights with them incessantly until the conflict escalates out of control and culminates in explosive violence.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH, 2021:
Beyond the Headlines: Surviving Child Abduction And Imprisonment (Lifetime)



 




Discovery+ Orders Children Of God Documentary

Written by 25 January, 2021
Last modified on Monday, 25 January 2021 16:12

This Week In True Crime TV: 02/07/2021-02/13/2021

Written by 08 February, 2021

Here is a rundown of all the new true crime television premiering this week:

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 2021:
Murder After The Big Game (Investigation Discovery)
A 21-year-old beauty pageant queen disappears after attending a Super Bowl watch party.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, 2021:
The Hiding Place (Investigation Discovery)
When 24-yesar-old Catherine's boyfriend takes her and her own family hostage in their own home, her quick-thinking mother hides her in a desperate attempt to save her and everyone else's lives.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH, 2021:
48 Hours On ID (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode "The Trial Of Mary Katherine Higdon," David Bernaud reports on what happened the night Mary Katherine Higdon shot and killed her high school sweetheart, Steve Freeman. The investigation revealed a toxic relationship with allegations of abuse and raised questions about what went wrong.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 2021:
The Millionaire's Mistress (Investigation Discovery)
When 41-year-old Lance Herndon is found brutally murdered, no one knows what to think. To everyone around him, he appeared to be living the American dream.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH, 2021:
Fear Thy Roommate (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode "Panic Room," two old friends reconnect when they end up renting a house together from an absentee landlord. But familiarity quickly turns to frustration, and an abusive relationship escalates to a violent death.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26TH, 2020:
An Affair To Die For (Investigation Discovery)
A forbidden affair between a young female soldier and her married commanding officer reaches a boiling point after they are deployed to Iraq.

Exes And Alibis (Investigation Discovery)
When a woman and her boyfriend are found dead in his Houston apartment, a laundry list of suspects must be eliminated before this crime can be solved.

A Toxic Valentine (Investigation Discovery)
A mother-daughter duo with questionable taste in mind find themselves locked in a deadly game of love and war.


 




Review: 'Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel'

Written by 03 January, 2021

When it comes to reviewing a special like Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel, a lot of the groundwork has already been done. Odds are that if you are thinking of watching the special, you are already familiar with the Ghost Adventures crew. And you likely already have a strong opinion about whether or not you believe that have been regularly finding evidence of paranormal behavior.

And if you are already a regular viewer of the various paranormal shows, then you are likely also already familiar with the Cecil Hotel, an infamous downtown Los Angeles hotel that has been the site of several memorable murders and suicides. And in the 80s, it was also briefly the residence of serial killer Richard Ramirez, nicknamed the "Night Stalker." So as rundown downtown hotels go, this one has a history to it.

Which is why there have already been a number of television specials and episodes about the hotel, which changed its name over a decade ago. It's not that there aren't some odd stories to be told - most notably the 2013 death of Canadian student, Elisa Lam, who was spotted in some bizarre elevator surveillance footage before she disappeared. Only to be found weeks later in the water tower of the hotel. 

But all of these stories have been told before and apparently the reason why the Ghost Adventures crew are going over everything on camera yet again is that for whatever reason, they were given permission to film and roam the hotel at will over several days and nights. I'm guessing that the hotel was empty as part of a pending renovation. But it's not clear why the hotel is empty, only that the cast and crew have unfettered access.

The first half of the special focuses on the Lam case and much of what they show are recaps of the stories you've likely already heard before. The second half focuses on other events and it takes the cast roaming through the rooms once inhabited by various killers and victims. Some psychics and other paranormal investigators make an appearance as the hotel is searched, but the "investigation" is surprisingly lifeless. Voices are heard by different people, but it never seems to be loud enough to be heard on-camera.

Even stranger, the editing of the special is really awkward. Topics are brought up and then forgotten. A couple of scenes feel as if they are missing an opening explanation. I know it's a challenge to produce anything in the middle of a pandemic. But the final results here aren't especially compelling.

If you're already a fan of Ghost Adventures, you'll probably be entertained enough to make watching the special a worthwhile use of your time. But I suspect that anyone who isn't a hardcore fan will find the special to be mundane and forgettable. 

There are some really fascinating new specials on Discovery+. But sadly, Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel is not one of them.

Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel premieres Monday, January 4th. 2021 on Discovery+.

Last modified on Sunday, 03 January 2021 20:33

This Week In True Crime TV: 12/20/2020-12/26/2020

Written by 20 December, 2020

Here is a rundown of all the new true crime television premiering this week:

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20TH, 2020:
Doomsday: The Missing Children (Investigation Discovery)
In the fall of 2019, a boy and his stepsister go missing. Grandparents Larry and Kay Woodcock desperately try to find out what happened to them and why.

Snapped (Oxygen)
In the episode entitled "The Episode You Never Saw," to celebrate its 500th episode, Snapped reveals its never-before-aired pilot, a story swirling with infidelity, a doctor's millions and two twin sisters who are anything but identical.

In the episode entitled "Dana Flynn," the twisted story of a heinous murder plot in Kansas, rife with betrayal and deceit. In an exclusive interview with someone personally involved in the crime, hear a riveting account of the deadly scheme.

American Monster (Investigation Discovery)
In an episode entitled "Out Of His Shell," profiles of killers and kidnappers who committed astonishing crimes while leading ordinary lives.

The Real Murders Of Orange County (Oxygen)
In the episode entitled "A Deadly Double Life, A Tale Of Two Brothers," horrific and salacious cases rock Southern California's wealthy coastal community. From a murder-for-hire gone wrong to families turning on their own, viewers hear the harrowing tales of when privilege leads to problems and greed leads to murder.

Real Life Nightmare (HLN)
In the episode entitled "Missing Skelton Brothers," three young brothers are reported missing the day after Thanksgiving. In a shocking twist, their daddy claims he gave them to an underground group - but investigators say his stories doesn't line up.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 21ST, 2020:
Twisted Sisters (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "The Patio Door," a sibling rivalry takes a deadly turn when a local gang is asked to complete a mission of revenge.

Till Death Do Us Part (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "Some Kind Of Monster," when Manjit Basra and Mukhtiar Panghali settle down and start a family, it seemed like a dream come true. However, this dream, turned into a nightmare that has a heartbreaking ending and leaves everyone with unanswered questions.

Her Last Christmas (Investigation Discovery)
Ashley Benson's body is found in the stairwell of a posh hotel, eventually exposing hidden secrets and leaving a family in shambles.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22ND, 2020:
Murder In The Heartland (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode "Beautiful Mess," bride-to-be Patricia Richmond is found bound and murdered at her future in-laws' home in the resort town of Steamboat Springs, Colo.

Dead Silent (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "Three Miles On Castle Rock Road," a young Native American woman is found near the side of a road in rural Montana; she is badly beaten and barely hanging onto life. Her fasmily's search for justice leads them down an unexpected road.

Murder Under The Christmas Trees (Investigation Discovery)
A bloody crime scene is discovered at a Christmas Tree farm, and police rush to find the killer.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23RD, 2020:
People Magazine Investigates (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "What Happened To Baby Lisa," in 2011, a 10-month baby girl goes missing from her home in Kansas City, Mo. and her family fears she has been kidnapped by a drifter, only to be accused by the police of being responsible for her disappearance. 

Patty Hearst: The Crimes That Changed Us (Investigation Discovery)
Publishing heiress Patty Hearst is taken hostage by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). In 1975 a bank robbery planned by the SLA turns deadly and the FBI places its attention on bank robbery charges, while the murder of Myrna Opsahl goes unsolved.

Silent Nightmare (Investigation Discovery)

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26TH, 2020:
Killer Siblings (Oxygen)

In the episode entitled "Rogers," in this bizarre mid-western saga, a grudge between a shady district attorney and an eccentric local student turns deadly. Dodged investigators work for decades to bring a quartet of brothers to justice.

Kentucky Murder Mystery: The Trials Of Anthony Gray (Investigation Discovery)
A son goes on trial for murder.

An Unlikely Mastermind (Investigation Discovery)



 




HBO Max Releases Trailer For 'Heaven's Gate: Cult Of Cults'

Written by 24 November, 2020

HBO Max has released the official trailer for its upcoming documentary Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults. All four episodes of the limited-run series will premiere on Thursday, December 3rd on HBO Max.

Here is the official logline of the documentary:

The docuseries is a thorough examination of the infamous UFO cult through the eyes of its former members and loved ones. What started in 1975 with the disappearance of 20 people from a small town in Oregon, ended in 1997 with the largest suicide on US soil and changed the face of modern New Age religion forever. This four-part docuseries uses never-before-seen footage and first-person accounts to explore the infamous UFO cult that shocked the nation with their out-of-this-world beliefs. 


 

Last modified on Tuesday, 24 November 2020 22:23

This Week In True Crime TV: 11/22/2020-11/28/2020

Written by 21 November, 2020

Here is a rundown of all the new true crime television premiering this week:

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND, 2020:
Killer In Question (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "The Bingo Queen," viewers get a chance to examine evidence and decide if justice was served in a case where lingering questions remain.

Snapped (Oxygen)
In the episode entitled "The Episode You Never Saw," to celebrate its 500th episode, Snapped reveals its never-before-aired pilot, a story swirling with infidelity, a doctor's millions and two twin sisters who are anything but identical.

In the episode entitled "Dana Flynn," the twisted story of a heinous murder plot in Kansas, rife with betrayal and deceit. In an exclusive interview with someone personally involved in the crime, hear a riveting account of the deadly scheme.

The Real Murders Of Orange County (Oxygen)
In the episode entitled "A Deadly Double Life, A Tale Of Two Brothers," horrific and salacious cases rock Southern California's wealthy coastal community. From a murder-for-hire gone wrong to families turning on their own, viewers hear the harrowing tales of when privilege leads to problems and greed leads to murder.

Real Life Nightmare (HLN)
In the episode entitled "Missing Skelton Brothers," three young brothers are reported missing the day after Thanksgiving. In a shocking twist, their daddy claims he gave them to an underground group - but investigators say his stories doesn't line up.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD, 2020:
Twisted Sisters (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "The Old River Road," a custody battle turns deadly as twin sisters craft a complicated, cross-country conspiracy to do-in the one person standing in their way as the children bear witness to the plan.

Till Death Do Us Part (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "Blood Is Thicker Than Water," the bond between brothers proves to be stronger than the one between a husband and wife. True love takes a tragic, deadly turn.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH, 2020:
Homicide City (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode "Buried Secrets," when a hard-working, pregnant mother vanishes, detectives stumble on a love triangle that may explain the secrets behind her death.

Dead Silent (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "The Torture Chamber," when Lisa Holden gets married and moves to an isolated home in rural Texas, it triggers a long, inexplicable estrangement from her family. But at the root of this painful divide lies something far more evil than her family could imagine. 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH, 2020:
The Murder Tapes (Investigation Discovery)
In the episode entitled "The Back Of the Shed," a backyard shed in a Michigan trailer park holds the answers to a dark secret regarding a missing teenage couple. Police interview their families, but one member is evasive, deepening the mystery and setting off a covert manhunt across the Midwest. 

McMartin Preschool Trial: The Crimes That Changed Us (Investigation Discovery)
When the parents of children in a California preschool are informed that their kids may have been victims of sexual abuse, it sets off a chain of panic and catastrophic events that will put an innocent man on trial for the heinous crimes.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH, 2020
:

Missing At Thanksgiving (Investigation Discovery)
When a man fails to show up to Thanksgiving dinner, the facade of a perfect marriage is shattered, culminating in a devastating discovery on the side of the road.

From In-Law To Outlaw (Investigation Discovery)
When a woman is forced to move in with her adult daughter and son-in-law for health reasons, tensions spiral out of control, and the family's darkest secrets are revealed.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH, 2020:
My Husband The Serial Killer: Evil Lives Here (Investigation Discovery)

Jessica Chamber: An ID Murder Mystery (Investigation Discovery)

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH, 2020:
Killer Siblings (Oxygen)

In the episode entitled "Rogers," in this bizarre mid-western saga, a grudge between a shady district attorney and an eccentric local student turns deadly. Dodged investigators work for decades to bring a quartet of brothers to justice.

Murder Close To Home (Investigation Discovery)

Who Killed The Lyon Sisters? (Investigation Discovery)



 




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