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"Accident, Murder, or Suicide" investigates the deaths that are just a little bit too mysterious. It explores the unbelievable true stories in this hourlong program. Each episode retraces the investigation from the start to the end. Investigators take viewers through the twists, turns, and unexpected surprises as they dissect the red flags, show evidence, and point out the strange behavior that puts everything into question.

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Identical twin sisters are involved in a horrific crash on the island of Maui; one sister miraculously survives after their car plunges over the side of a cliff; questioning if this was a tragic accident or something more ominous.
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When a Texas police detective finds his wife dead from a gunshot wound, his fellow detectives work to uncover if her death was an accident, a suicide, or something more sinister.
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First responders are called to the fatal shooting of a 28-year-old woman; while her estranged husband claims their bizarre sex game ended in suicide, investigators and the victim's family believe the case to be a cold-blooded murder.
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A beautiful young woman is found in her locked apartment with 20 stab wounds; the medical examiner classifies her death as murder but later changes the ruling to suicide, a decision that forces her family into the fight of their lives.
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A frantic woman calls 911 saying her boyfriend shot himself, but the story keeps changing; it takes a risky gambit to unravel the truth.
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A young pastor grieves after his wife dies in a house fire, but when shocking secrets are revealed, a community is shattered; a look at whether or not a prophecy could have predicted her death.
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A terrifying crash off a mountain road leaves one woman dead and her husband injured; the fatal accident raises suspicions as a family fights to expose the real story.
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A young father is found with a fatal gunshot wound; the authorities say it's suicide, but his family knows he would never take his own life; a mother and daughter fight for 40 years to reveal the truth with the help of a dedicated police chief.
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When a former cop discovers his wife shot to death, authorities believe it's suicide; but her family fights back, turning the Texas justice system upside down.
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The beloved wife of a respected pastor dies in a tragic car accident; the community mourns until a congregant commits suicide, triggering an investigation that brings deadly secrets to light.
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A grieving husband claims his wife accidentally fell to her death but investigators become suspicious after learning his first wife also died in a freak accident.
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Paul Holes re-examines the suspicious death of Morgan Ingram; her parents claim she was stalked and eventually murdered, but law enforcement closed her case as a suicide by overdose; experts ask what really happened to this beloved 20-year-old.
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A young woman is found with a fatal head wound and her hand on a shotgun; her fiancé claims she killed herself, but grieving family members insist the suicide scene was staged; the case goes cold until a new prosecutor takes a second look.
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A man discovers the body of his fiancee with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound; her death is ruled a suicide, but authorities are puzzled when they can't find the fatal bullet; then, the discovery of the bullet turns the case upside down.

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