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Some lies are so life-changing that people are willing to kill to keep the truth from getting out; through twists and turns, investigators dissect how each complex lie turned into a horrific tragedy.

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A wealthy young man stops at nothing to hide his secret life from his family.
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A convicted bank robber finds happiness with a forgiving fiancée, but his criminal past eventually catches up with him, pushing him to deadly extremes.
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A scientific breakthrough leads to cold-blooded murder when a financing scheme built on a web of lies is in danger of being discovered.
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A young entrepreneur decides to cash out and travel the world; after months of strange emails and unreturned phone calls, his family begins to dig deeper into his whereabouts; what they find is a shocking web of lies and deadly deceit.
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A fairy tale romance turns into a deadly nightmare when a husband's secret past surfaces.
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When a husband's dirty secrets are threatened to be revealed, a picture-perfect marriage comes to a tragic end.
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When an arsonist's personal demons ignite a series of deadly fires, a horrifying secret life is ultimately revealed.
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When a young Marine goes missing, NCIS agents uncover a tragic mystery that stuns a Virginia Beach naval base; an online love affair results in the murder of an innocent victim.
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When a lie spins out of control, a day of celebration quickly turns into a West Virginia family's worst nightmare.
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Lies, deception and a love triangle lead to the murder of a wealthy American on a road in Mexico.
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Two detectives discover that Tim Wicks is living in two different communities, but don't know which one is the real Tim and which one is lying; the investigators uncover evidence of embezzlement and fraud that lead to murder.
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A prominent document dealer harbors a dark secret about religious artifacts he has uncovered; with the truth about to break, bombs begin to explode in the local community; detectives race against the clock to find the killer and stop the bloodshed.
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High school sweethearts Lori and Mark Hacking seem to have the picture perfect marriage with medical school and a new baby on the horizon, but when a long-held secret starts to surface, it leaves one of them desperate enough to kill to stop it.

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Uncovering the dark and twisted motives that led to gruesome killings in the pursuit of a deeper understanding of the relationships behind the horrific killings and of the psychology of the people who committed them.