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Transporting viewers into what Investigation Discovery calls "a vortex of dark mystery and psychological terror," the docuseries "Dead Silent" delves into actual stories of crimes set in desolate locations. Hourlong episodes portray just how dark and dreary the great outdoors can be when a person is deep in the woods, inside an abandoned house, or along the shores of a sleepy lake, and every snap of a twig and unidentified rustle can be a sign of danger. ID's signature storytelling interweaves commentary from local authorities, true-crime experts, and psychologists, plus first-person accounts from survivors of these crimes.

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After Heather Young and her boyfriend relocate to Michigan's tranquil Lower Peninsula, a nasty fight leads to an explosive and terrifying outcome.
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Friends Liz Reiser and Brandi Hicks go to a video store where they give a ride to a stranger in the parking lot, turning their plans for a movie night into a real-life horror film.
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Recent high-school graduate Stephanie Neiman gives her friend a ride, which ends with Neiman fighting for her life.
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Doug and Rozina Anderson's decision to spend a long weekend in the peaceful woods of Northern California turns out to be a fateful mistake.
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Reeling from a recent breakup, 23-year-old Jacey McWilliams is down in the dumps until she meets a hot, new man; just as they're about to take their relationship to the next level, it takes a horrific turn.
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After fleeing her troubled marriage, Deborah Brown and her children seek refuge at her brother's house in rustic Lebanon, Maine; when a stranger shows up in the dead of night, Deborah and her family are unprepared for what happens next.
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In Santa Cruz, Calif., 19-year-old Linda Jozavich vanishes from work one night in 1979; then, years later, the murder of another local teenager, Lois Sigala, gives investigators a lead that puts them one step closer to solving Jozavich's case.
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Sean Farmer travels to a remote campsite in Virginia for a fishing trip with his friend Scott Johnston, but a mysterious stranger appears, unveiling the area's dark past.
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In search of a fresh start, a young woman relocates to the marshes of the Ocala National Forest in Florida, but the remote paradise soon shows its true colors.
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Young love leads 15-year-old Jessica Keen down an increasingly rebellious path that culminates in a night of grave and unfathomable terror in rural Madison County, Ohio.
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In 1979, a walk in the woods turns out to be a deadly mistake for single mother Marie Huckins; then, 20 years later, her daughter, Patricia, finds herself following in the same fateful footsteps.
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In an Oklahoma town, Amanda Burney and her fiancé, Ethan Walton, run an errand that turns into a run for their lives.
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The remote lakeside town of Bayview, Idaho, is a little too quiet for resident Larry Cragun, and the isolation soon gets to him.
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A picture-perfect dinner for two dissolves into a nightmare for college sophomore Dominique Nicky Hurd and a fellow classmate after they become the targets of a deranged predator.
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A mansion deep in the Georgia woods sparks sinister rumors for years, but no one knows the truth until 1982, when a group's trip to Corpsewood Manor turns deadly.
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Looking for adventure in the secluded high desert of California's Indian Creek, three teenage boys run into a deadly drifter.
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For college sweethearts Ashley Freeman and Mike Grinnan, a late-night drive to a secluded hill leads to a night of terror and a desperate fight for survival.
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Kevin Thorpe and Laura Craig come face to face with evil on the back roads of Northern California.

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