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Former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong interviews real femmes fatales whose stories have been featured on ID's "Deadly Women." In each episode, DeLong goes behind prison walls to reveal the candid, sometimes shocking story of love and betrayal from the point of view of the woman herself. DeLong's decorated FBI career included tracking terrorists, working under cover as a gangster's moll and hunting for the infamous Unabomber, and it earned her the reputation as the real-life Clarice Starling, the FBI agent at the center of "Silence of the Lambs" and "Hannibal."

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aired 352 days ago
Ashley Humphrey kills Sandee Rozzo, but claims it was her new husband, Tracey, who wanted Sandee dead.
aired 352 days ago
Patricia Olsen finds her husband, Neil, trampled to death in a barn where he keeps his horse, but investigators soon find evidence of foul play and come to suspect Patricia is involved.
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Susan Bailey, a mother of two, is found stabbed to death in her home with 27 wounds; 17 year old daughter Jennifer and Jennifer's 16 year old boyfriend are charged with the murder.

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