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Investigations of disappearances and slayings turn communities upside down.

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A young woman is set on fire in Courtland, Miss., and gains national attention; a mom goes missing in Altoona, Wis., and although her body is found 100 miles away, the killer may be in her own backyard.
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A young soldier in Fort Stewart, Ga., quits a dangerous militia, but his decision has deadly consequences; a cosmetology student in Wenatchee, Wash., disappears from school and is found dead by a river, and no one can believe who killed her.
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A family of five in Cushing, Wis., mysteriously vanishes, leaving behind a 15-year-old boy who has a dark secret; a string of gruesome murders in Augusta, Ga.,terrifies a community and has investigators wondering if a serial killer is on the loose.
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A Georgia teacher vanishes, rattling a small town and prompting a search that lasts over a decade; the disappearance of a college student in Charlottesville devastates her family, until a connection is made to another local disappearance.
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A soldier disappears after a night out; although her body isn't discovered, she is declared dead a year later; an investigator tries an unconventional tactic to find her and her killer.
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A college-bound teenage girl disappears from a department store without a trace; when her body is found, the search for her killer grows into a larger cause; a rideshare driver on a shooting spree terrorizes a Michigan city one night in 2016.
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A family of five goes missing and is later found incinerated in rural Cushing, Wisconsin; the community rallies behind 15-year-old survivor, Bruce Brenizer, but forensic evidence points to a shocking discovery.
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University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham goes missing one night in September and the college town of Charlottesville, Virginia is chilled to its core; while searching for Hannah, investigators are led to an incredible discovery.
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In 2009, Theresa Still is reported missing in the town of Altoona; Theresa's friends and family, reporters, and police all combine their efforts to find out just what happened to their neighbor.
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The small town of Ocilla, Ga., is suddenly thrust into the spotlight when 30-year-old Tara Grinstead mysteriously vanishes; after 12 years of searching, officials hope they finally have an answer to one of the biggest mysteries in South Georgia.
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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation finds itself in the midst of a dangerous terrorist militia while investigating the double homicide of a young couple.
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First responders arrive at the scene of a car fire, and find 19-year-old, Jessica Chambers, who is engulfed in flames; 14 months later, police believe they've finally found her killer.

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