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True stories of dentists involved in murder.

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aired 81 days ago
Dr. Glenn Engleman cares for his South St. Louis neighbors for decades, even as crime increases in the area; when murder strikes several people close to him, detectives discover more going on in Engleman's world than originally believed.

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