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Investigation Discovery's "Relatively Evil" features fish-out-of-water stories about people who find themselves thrust into seemingly normal families harboring members capable of committing murders or carrying out kidnappings. Newcomers fall victim to the machinations of evil clans, causing them to question reality and their ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Too late, outsiders realize that the roots of the family tree have been poisoned, leading to depravity, treachery and even sadism. Each episode unfolds like a psychological thriller, as relationships become strained, red flags go up, and conflicts between relatives simmer before boiling over into full-blown crimes.

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A brutal murder is committed in front of the Hattenbrun home, and police must focus on several family members to catch the sadistic killer; before long, they discover a shocking truth that no one thought possible.
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After two long-lost brothers connect as young adults, a dark disturbance emerges within the newly blended family unit.
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A picture-perfect marriage ends with a horrific murder; while the killer puts the blame on cold medicine, investigators suspect a different diagnosis.
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Susan Greene, 59, and Dennis Goins, 62, get a new lease on love; after they tie the knot, a gruesome weekend-long crime spree tears their family apart.
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After dating a short time, Tyrone Coles asks Denise Gay to move in with him even though their family members oppose this arrangement; a series of tense confrontations leads to a vicious murder and twisted cover-up.
aired 215 days ago
An early-morning home invasion and double murder appear to be drug-related, then investigators speak to the attack's lone survivor and discover a more sinister motive.

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