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As its title implies, "Redrum" works in reverse. The true crime series flips the script of traditional mystery programming by starting the stories at the scene of the crimes and working backward to reveal the killers. Told with the help of interviews with friends and family close to the victim -- and sometimes even the killer -- each story integrates the interviews with stylized re-creations to show how investigators piece together a case, tracing a series of intersecting events and relationships that unfolded to arrive at the root of the crime.

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Math teacher Cheryl Trover emerges from a field at daybreak with a story about escaping from a masked intruder who forced his way into her home and murdered her husband, John.
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Reunited with his two sons, Terry King's life seems to be back on track until a fire breaks out at his new Florida home, leaving one person dead and two missing.
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In Kentucky, police officer David Ford receives threatening notes, then he is shot to death in his home weeks later.
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In Boston, 86-year-old Nordella Newson is known as the neighborhood watchdog, regularly confronting prostitutes and drug dealers, then she is found murdered in her apartment, and police must contend with a long list of suspects.
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When Jayme Austin doesn't show up for work one morning, community members begin a search, but investigators fear the worst as they begin to look into her past, finding many possible motives for murder as well as possible suspects.
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In Philadelphia, hardworking John Davis' lifeless body is found slumped over the steering wheel of his van in the parking lot at the bridal warehouse where he is employed, baffling friends and police.
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When firefighters respond to a fire at the home of Ari and Denise Squire, they find Ari's charred, lifeless body, then, another man, Justin Newman, is reported missing, and his last known location will flip this case on its head.
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New college graduate Avis Banks is five months pregnant and engaged to be married when her lifeless body is found in the home she shares with fiancé Keyon Pittman.
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Dan Arnold is a youth minister, while his wife, Donna, plays the church organ, but they harbor dark secrets that spill over into a shocking murder that takes place in the church parking lot.
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After neo-Nazi Jeff Hall is found murdered in his home, police must grapple with a long list of potential suspects.
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When census worker Bill Sparkman is found dead in the woods with the word FED scrawled on his chest, there are many suspects.
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In Clear Lake City, Texas, after befriending newcomer Christine Paolilla, high school students Rachael Koloroutis and Tiffany Rowell are found shot to death along with two other friends.

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