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Hell in the Heartland: What Happened to Ashley and Lauria?

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Crime author and investigator Jax Miller and former police investigator Sarah Cailean tackle a mystery that has stumped authorities for nearly two decades -- the confounding cold case of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman, two Oklahoma teenagers who disappeared in December 1999 after the Freeman family trailer was burned to the ground. In the four-part documentary series, the investigators delve into the many strange theories of the case and unravel a much larger story of unsolved murder, allegations of cover-up and corruption, and a truth that proves even more incredible.

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aired 22 days ago
Years of dead ends and unsuccessful searches leave the Bible and the Freeman families in utter despair, but they never give up hope; after a new sheriff takes over the investigation, the case is blown wide open.
aired 22 days ago
With new information about the possible location of the girls' bodies, Jax and Sarah prepare for a dig that could finally provide answers.
aired 22 days ago
After digging into the 1999 murders, Jax and Sarah discover this story is more complicated than it appears; exploring all possible leads, they find serial murderers and drug kingpins who may have been involved.
aired 23 days ago
A fire rips through the Freeman family home on the night of Dec. 30, 1999; while four people are in the house that night, only two bodies are found; investigators discover there's much more to the story than first thought.

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