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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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Candice Delong interviews Ana Trujillo who claims she acted in self-defense when she bludgeoned boyfriend Stefan Andersson to death with a 5-inch stiletto heel.
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In Jacksonville, Fla., Alexandra Tobias is found guilty of shaking her baby to death while playing an interactive game; now, Candice DeLong digs deeper to find out what made Tobias snap.
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Ashley Humphrey kills Sandee Rozzo, but claims it was her new husband, Tracey, who wanted Sandee dead.
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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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After Stephen Schulhoff is bludgeoned to death, his 16-year-old daughter, Courtney, and her boyfriend, Michael Morin, are found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole, but it is still not abundantly clear who swung the bat.
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In Fort Worth, Texas, Deborah Pieringer is convicted of beating and stabbing her parents, Lloyd and Agnes Courtney, to death, but she says she didn't do it.
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Convicted murderer Hank Skinner says he is innocent of murdering girlfriend Twila Busby and her two adult sons on New Year's Eve in Pampa, Texas.
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After 20 patients are murdered in two months, Texas hospital nurse Vickie Jackson is sentenced to life in prison, but now she says she's innocent.
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Teenager John Katehis is convicted of stabbing newsman George Weber to death after meeting him through a Craigslist advertisement offering sex for money.
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Earl Linebaugh and Melissa Harris are found guilty of murdering an elderly woman and her caretaker during a 1995 home invasion, but Harris says she was victimized by ex-boyfriend Linebaugh.
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Candice DeLong interviews convicted murderer Cliff Youens who confesses to stabbing his girlfriend to death in 1986.
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Found guilty of murder, Larry Swearingen sits on death row; but he may be innocent as a result of forensic evidence gone wrong.
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A string of shootings and robberies that leaves two people dead.
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Charles Dean Hood lives with wealthy businessman Ronald Williamson and his girlfriend, Tracie Wallace, then he is accused of killing them in a gruesome double murder.
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When art museum director Barry Horn is found stabbed to death in his Brownsville, Texas, home, a young man alleged to have been his lover is accused of the crime.
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A woman shoots her friend in the neck.
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An ex-wife's murderer is identified.
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Kimberly Parker is accused of masterminding the kidnapping and murder of her husband, Sgt. Elihue Parker, after he is found shot to death in a river.
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When ectrician Daniel Pelosi starts having an affair with socialite Generosa Ammon, he thinks he's won the lottery, then her financier husband turns up dead and Pelosi becomes the chief suspect.
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After a fight, Tyra Whitney rushes to her daughter's defense and kills her boyfriend, LeMarcus Bell, with a hammer.
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Laurie Kellogg is accused of talking four teenagers into murdering her husband, Bruce, and then driving them to his cabin to carry out the plot.

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