Ambush in Inglewood

November 17, 2021

When a young music artist on the rise is fatally shot in a parked car outside a Los Angeles recording studio, police first suspect it is an act of random gang violence. But Kevin Harris II was no gangster. In fact, the 21-year-old beat master known as “Track Bully” was about to sign a major recording deal. Was Kevin the victim of mistaken identity or was he killed because of a professional rivalry? His family and police want to know.


Missing in Mesquite

November 10, 2021

When 26-year-old Prisma Reyes fails to pick up her young son from the babysitter, friends and family know immediately that something is very wrong. The devoted single mother was last seen in the afternoon, entering the garage of an ex-boyfriend’s Dallas apartment building, where she appears to be disoriented and distressed. She is never seen again. Where is Prisma? Was she the victim of foul play or did she disappear on her own?


911 Confession

November 3, 2021

After a 911 caller tells police he strangled a woman and left her body on the living room floor of a Michigan home, police find 48-year-old Sara Knight, her body covered with a sheet, her cell phone, and the names of family and friends to contact beside her. The caller is quickly identified as Sara’s husband, Harold “Butch” Knight, who fled to Maine and then vanished into thin air. Six years later Butch Knight remains a fugitive, and Sara’s grieving friends and family continue to fight for justice.


Highway Homicide

October 27, 2021

Late one hot summer night in 2009, Simpson County, MS firefighters respond to the report of a truck burning on the side of the highway. When an investigation ensues, it appears an accelerant was used to set it ablaze. The following day, the truck’s owner, Flynt Lee, is found floating in the Strong River a few miles from his charred truck. Flynt, a devoted firefighter and friend to all, would never hurt anyone. So, who killed Flynt Lee and why?


Pets and the Afterlife

October 20, 2021

Author and paranormal investigator Rob Gutro describes his incredible experiences as a pet medium. Three of Gutro’s former “pet parent” clients share the heartwarming and incredibly specific ways their deceased pets communicated from the other side.


Recruiter on the Run

October 13, 2021

After 22-year-old Cati Blauvelt is found stabbed to death in the basement of an abandoned party house in Simpsonville, SC, her estranged husband, Army Recruiter John Blauvelt, swears he hasn’t seen her in months. Weeks later, John is AWOL, with his new teenage girlfriend in tow. The girlfriend eventually turns up in Oregon but, six years later, John Blauvelt is still on the run, while Cati’s loved ones pray for justice to be served.


Why Kill Betty Jane?

October 6, 2021

In March of 2009, Betty Jane McClellan is shot and killed in her Greene County, Pennsylvania trailer during a home-invasion robbery. Her husband, Jake, survives the attack but questions swirl around his possible involvement. With little evidence for the police to build on, the case goes cold, leaving Betty’s children with only grief and questions. Who would want to kill their mother?


Body of Evidence

September 29, 2021

When Corey Scherbey’s mom finds him dead in his apartment, kneeling face down on his sofa, she’s horrified. Police rule his death an accidental cocaine overdose but Corey’s parents insist their son was a hard-working logger who didn’t do drugs. And they’re baffled about the bloody footprints on the stairway, a bloody fingerprint on his wallet, and the cardboard box in the hallway with the words “Better be a funeral” scrawled on it. They believe their son was murdered.


Sunshine on the Run

September 22, 2021

Between 1996 and 2001, a tight-knit cell of radical environmentalists executes a campaign of eco-terrorism across the Western U.S. The group is responsible for nearly $50 million dollars’ worth of destruction. All members have been apprehended with the exception of one: America’s least known, most wanted fugitive, Josephine Sunshine Overaker.


Who Killed Kia?

September 15, 2021

When 36-year-old Markia Benson fails to show up for work, both her co-worker and boyfriend are concerned. They drive to her apartment where they find Markia has been beaten to death and placed in the bathtub, with scalding hot water running over her body. Since 2016, Markia’s family has pleaded for anyone with information to come forward.


The Girl with the “S” Tattoo

September 8, 2021

On October 5th, 1980, Detective John Williams responds to the scene where a young woman has been found, raped, murdered, and discarded on the side of a remote Nevada road. Investigators have no clue to her identity. With no leads and very little evidence, the case goes cold for 30 years. Now, Detective Joseph Ebert and famed genetic genealogist Barbara Rae-Venter turn to new evolutions in forensic science, and the public, for help finding the nameless woman’s identity…and possibly her killer.


Haunting of Bellaire House

September 1, 2021

Built in 1847 on the banks of the Ohio River, the Bellaire House is reputed to be one of the most haunted houses in America. Since the early twentieth century, it has earned a reputation as a hotbed of paranormal activity, with reports of apparitions, curses, and psychic assaults.


Point Blank Range

August 25, 2021

Tammy Palmer, 39, is ambushed and killed after walking her two children to the school bus. The fatal blow — a shotgun blast fired point-blank into her chest. The suspected killer is her father-in-law, Eugene Palmer, who fled the scene, and has been on the run for the past eight years. Palmer is one of the FBI’S Ten Most Wanted fugitives.


Where’s the Money?

August 18, 2021

Wealthy farmer and businessman, Charles Ewing, is living his best life during a getaway to Hot Springs, Arkansas. He parties with two young women, buys expensive cars, and waves huge wads of cash around town…until he’s found floating in Lake Hamilton, near his new luxury car. Although his death is ruled an accident, Ewing’s daughter, Amery, a young criminal prosecutor, is convinced he was murdered and is looking for justice.


Missing from the Bridge

August 11, 2021

When Kim Flint’s SUV is found abandoned on a Rusk County, Texas, bridge after a one-car accident, her family and law enforcement are mystified as to what happened to the 57-year-old wife and mother. Kim, who suffered from various medical conditions, had given up driving months before. At home, investigators find the house unlocked and her purse and cell phone inside. Extensive searches have turned up no trace of Kim, who appears to have vanished into thin air.


Deadly Intruders

August 4, 2021

Returning from a trip to the local video store on a cold, rainy April morning, 20-year-old Bryan Mace walks into his house and surprises intruders in the midst of a burglary. Bryan is shot dead, then set on fire to cover the crime and destroy any evidence. It has been eighteen years and no one has been charged with this heinous murder.


Jailhouse Ghosts

July 28, 2021

Erected in 1914, the Chester County Jail is a hotbed of paranormal activity. In the past 12 years, administrator Liz Anderson has learned to work alongside several different ghosts who allegedly haunt the jail. When Liz invites members of the Charlotte Area Paranormal Society (CAPS) to investigate the ghostly activity, it comes as no surprise that they, too, have incredible experiences with the spirits.


Body at the Bottom of the Stairs

July 21, 2021

In 2010, popular American University accounting professor Sue Marcum is found bludgeoned to death in her Bethesda, Maryland home. Authorities first suspect a teenager who was arrested for stealing Sue’s Jeep. However, as details unfold, Sue’s long-time friend, Jorge Landeros, becomes the prime suspect. Unfortunately, by the time authorities obtain an arrest warrant, Landeros has fled to Mexico.


Silent Witness

July 14, 2021

In March of 2008, popular high school wrestling coach Garth Rector is gunned down in his Delaware County, Indiana, rental home as he packs for a family vacation to California. When his body is discovered, it’s revealed that the recently separated Rector has been embroiled in more than one affair, leaving the police with multiple persons of interest–but no solid leads emerge. Thirteen years later, his murder remains unsolved. 


Blood & Oil

July 7, 2021

In Centerville, Texas, a 911 operator receives a call from a man named Gerald Wilhelm who reports, in a strangely calm voice, that he just woke up from a nap and found his wife, Janice, dead, in a pool of blood, in the same room where he was sleeping. Gerald claims she must have taken her own life by shooting herself and local law enforcement quickly rules Janice’s death a suicide. However, Janice’s children, Wayne Robeson and Jennifer Davis, can find no physical evidence to support that ruling. They believe their mother was murdered and that her death is connected to oil on her property.


Where’s Alicia?

June 30, 2021

On February 28, 2019, Alicia Griffin leaves her Sacramento apartment to attend a routine doctor’s appointment. Two days later, the organized, hyper-detailed Griffin is spotted wondering through a car wash in Tijuana, where she abandons car, purse, and all identification. She has not been seen since.


Three Dead at Blue Ridge Bank

June 23, 2021

In 2003, an unknown gunman walks into the Blue Ridge Savings Bank in Greer, South Carolina, robs the bank, then forces the lone bank employee and two customers into the break room where he executes all three. For the past seventeen years, David Holtzclaw, the son of the teller, Sylvia, has fought to keep this unsolved case alive.


Demonic Possession

June 16, 2021

Dr. Richard Gallager is a Harvard and Yale-trained, board-certified psychiatrist who evaluates cases of demonic possession on behalf of the clergy. While he claims cases of true possessions are rare, he also maintains that they are real. Dr. Gallagher shares his experiences in his work, the cases that still stick with him still, and what he believes to be the true underpinnings of spiritual attacks.


Fatal Fire

June 9, 2021

Kathy Blentlinger fears she’s being stalked by her own sister-in-law, Suzy, who’s rumored to be setting fires all over town. When Kathy dies in a house fire after an argument with Suzy, her death is ruled a homicide and her brother and sister are convinced Suzy had something to do with it. No one is arrested and Suzy passes away, but Kathy’s brother and sister suspect accomplices still walk the streets.


Two Dead Wives

June 2, 2021

In February 1999, Robert Kalosky finds his wife, Paula, shot to death in their home after returning from running errands. Her death is ruled a suicide but Paula’s brother, John Carbo fights to have the manner of death ruled a homicide, suspecting that Robert was involved in his sister’s death. Eighteen years later, Robert Kalosky’s second wife, Sandra, is found murdered in the same home. Strange coincidence?


Texts from a Killer?

May 26, 2021

Paralegal Maria Jimenez-Rodriguez (29) fails to show up for work after dropping off her daughter at daycare. Her co-workers receive texts from Maria, but later question if she actually wrote them. Maria is never seen again. After police question her trainer, Erik Arceneaux, he flees the area and remains a fugitive from the law.


The Shadow Man

May 19, 2021

The Pracht family has just moved into a rural Nebraska farmhouse when they begin to be harassed and taunted by the ghost of a psychopathic serial killer from the 1890s. How can they rid the house of his spirit?


Two Missing Brothers

May 12, 2021

When Foong Chin fails to return his two young sons, William and Samuel, after his court-approved visitation weekend, Foong’s ex-wife, Hongying, immediately knows something is wrong, and her worst fears are realized. Foong has stolen their sons and vanished across the border into Mexico. Where are the two missing brothers?


Ice Cold Killer

May 5, 2021

On an icy, sub-zero night in a small town in Minnesota, Rachel Anthony’s car is left running for hours outside the liquor store where she works, before anyone realizes she’s missing. She has been abducted. Months later, as the winter snow thaws, a group of teens on horseback find Rachel’s body in a remote back road ditch. Could Rachel’s killer be a local in the area or an unknown traveler who somehow knows the town’s hidden back roads?


The Nameless Victims

April 28, 2021

Upon discovering the discarded skeletal remains of two John Doe’s in a nearly discarded box at the back of a cramped office, Indiana Coroner Scott McCord makes it his business to uncover the identities of two men, who he dubs “Adam and Brad.” Both victims of the notorious midwestern serial killer, Larry Eyler, author and investigative journalist Gera-Lind Kolarik shares how Adam and Brad lost their lives, and ultimately their identities, to Eyler’s sadistic patterns.