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Millions of people travel along the 160,000 miles of U.S. highways each day, often passing people they will never encounter again. ID's true-crime series, "Highway to Hell," explores cases involving the drivers who harbor deadly intentions and the hapless travelers who will never reach their destinations. Episodes tell the stories of long-haul trucker Bob Nelson, 59, who fails to return home to celebrate his 25th wedding anniversary, and the shooting death of Dr. Gulam Moonda on the Ohio Turnpike.

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Dr. Gulam Moonda and his wife, Donna, are approached by a gunman while they're on the Ohio Turnpike.
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Truck driver Bob Nelson is on the verge of completing his final cross-country ride and returning home to celebrate his 25th wedding anniversary; when he fails to show, police discover his abandoned truck and a crime scene that raises questions.
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A mother of three takes a trip to a casino, but she fails to return home, and her family launches a search for her and her vehicle.

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