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Police reconstruct the life of the murder victim piece by piece in order to uncover the shocking truth.

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In Colorado Springs, Colo., 27-year-old single mother Ashley Melnyczok is murdered in her home; while hunting for clues, police hunt down a cast of dangerous characters and uncover a heinous plot.
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High school freshman Shaniesha Forbes' body is found on a beach in Brooklyn, N.Y.; NYPD detectives discover her social media life includes a list of 1,600 Facebook friends and possible suspects.
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Indle King hasn't seen his wife, Anastasia, since she abandoned him at the Moscow airport; after returning to Seattle alone, King meets with detectives tasked with unraveling the series of events that led to his mail-order-bride's disappearance.
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A couple returns home from a trip to find blood everywhere, signs of struggle and their teenage daughter missing; police stumble across her charred remains in the desert; digital clues soon lead police to a shocking secret and a deadly betrayal.
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28-year-old Michael Sandy is an interior designer living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Michael loves music and making new friends on the internet. But in 2006, Michael's habit of trusting strangers he meets on the web will put his life in jeopardy.
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Thirty-two-year-old Becky Brosnan goes missing; while a Myspace message says she's left to find herself, everyone says Becky would never abandon her children; now, detectives must piece together Becky's life to uncover what really happened to her.
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Tiffanie Adams' body is found in a field; a small-town sheriff must retrace the expectant mother's steps to catch her killer; Tiffanie's online life points the way to a dark secret and a ruthless murderer.
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Professor Tiffany Maher is a faculty favorite, and it's hard to believe she could have any enemies; then, the professor is murdered, leading investigators to discover her secret online life.
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In the wake of a broken marriage, 28-year old Samantha Lezark's efforts to find love again leads to a fatal ending; now, investigators must follow her digital trail through different chat rooms to uncover her killer.
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After losing his dream girl to an older guy, Seath Jackson launches into a bitter social media war with his ex and her new man; soon after, Seath disappears and detectives work to find out if this is a runaway case or something more serious.
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In August 2015, Jeffrey Kebler is found murdered in his Clinton County, Mich., home; in order to track down his killer, detectives must follow a digital trail left behind by the victim.
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Ty Underwood leaves her insular hometown to start fresh, vowing to be forthright with potential suitors about being transgender; her shocking murder exposes chats with anonymous men on a phone app.
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While dating an older man, 18-year old Brittany Clardy's life veers from that of a model student to a lost soul, then she disappears, and her family panics; now, investigators must unravel her complicated life filled with secrets and regret.
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Mikarah Sanders is shot in a home invasion on New Year's Eve; police dive into Sanders' digital world, learning that the killer has been under their noses all along, driven by rage to commit a shocking crime of passion.

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As opposed to its sister series "See No Evil," which details unlawful activity rooted out with the aid of surveillance cameras, "Hear No Evil" uses authentic audio recorded at crime scenes to build each episode's narrative. The recordings, captured by victims' families, investigators and the killers themselves, reconstruct the murderous acts with the aid of first-person testimony, stylized re-enactments and video archive. The result is a series that ultimately lets viewers' imaginations and instinctive fears of the unknown come to the fore.
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