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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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aired 146 days ago
In Little Falls, Minn., a retiree's peace is shattered by a home break-in, culminating in a gruesome double homicide; investigators discover audio recordings of the killings, revealing what really happened and the killer's true motives.
aired 146 days ago
A woman is accused of murdering a stranger, and she must clear her name by secretly recording a confession from the man who is allegedly framing her.
aired 146 days ago
Investigators track a counterfeiter to a storage unit where they find audio recordings of him torturing dozens of women; analyzing the tapes, they realize he may be one of the most depraved serial killers in history.
aired 147 days ago
Police make a grim discovery while studying vital clues in the form of audio files captured by a murdered woman's husband.
aired 160 days ago
After a couple's fight ends in murder, a tape recording becomes evidence at trial, then more tapes are found, laying out a history of violence for the jury.
aired 160 days ago
Police investigate the murder of a mother who was gunned down while next to her toddler, then they find a Dictaphone that leads them down a trail of intimate audio recordings to the possible identity of her killer.

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