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An investigative team looks into the mysteries behind the case of Dr. Thomas Hicks, who sold babies illegally from his clinic in the 1950s and 1960s, as the "Hicks Babies" begin to reunite to search for answers.

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Jane and Lisa share the news about the exhumation with a group of Hicks babies that have questioned whether Dr. Hicks was in fact their biological father; Sallie and the Hicks babies learn the DNA results.
aired 56 days ago
Wendy and her team encounter unexpected challenges with the exhumation; Sallie struggles emotionally with her decision to exhume; the Hicks babies learn the DNA results; three Hicks babies are connected with biological family.
aired 56 days ago
Stephen Dilbeck gets some shocking information about his birth family from Jane and Lisa; Chris and Sallie work on getting approval of an exhumation that will answer questions for hundreds of Hicks babies.
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Jane and Lisa meet the first Hicks baby, Stephen Dilbeck; Chris and Sallie open the mausoleum in search of birth records rumored to be inside as they work on getting approval of an exhumation.
aired 57 days ago
Jane discovers a suspicious pattern of babies with extremely low birth weights coming out of the clinic; Chris finds out that Dr. Hicks may have hidden birth records in his mausoleum; Diane hopes to meet her biological father.
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After Thomas Hicks sold over 200 babies illegally in the 1950s and 1960s, Jane Blasio works to reunite the stolen babies with biological families while trying to unearth secrets about Hicks himself.

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Having embarked on their own journeys to discover their biological families, TV personalities Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner help others try to track down loved ones. Each episode features two emotional stories of people who have suffered a lifetime of separation and are yearning to be reunited with their birthparents and biological families or find children they had to give up for adoption long ago. In addition to providing emotional support and guidance, Chris and Lisa conduct painstaking searches through public records and utilize current DNA technology in their search for answers. The things they discover and who they find are anything but expected.