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The Case That Haunts Me

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In this eight-episode series, viewers hear directly from detectives who investigated cases that haunt them to this day. These true-crime stories -- from mysterious vanishings to twisted family murders -- are the "unforgettable cases that disrupt law and order, and keep authorities up at night," says Investigation Discovery.

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A man with no enemies and few friends is found murdered in a quiet Calgary neighborhood, and Detective Peter Bakers must determine who could have done it.
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After cab driver Lucie Turmel is found brutally murdered in the tourist town of Banff, Alberta, RCMP Detective Doug Morrison struggles with no solid leads and thousands of possible suspects.
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After Bruce Firman, 72, is found brutally murdered in his home, Detective Keri Harrison must discover who would want to kill this kind, elderly man.
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The city of Fredericton, Canada, reels after 8-year old Jackie Clark goes missing; determined to find her, Detective Mike Richards pushes the boundaries of police protocol.
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Ottawa Detective Bob Pulfer needs evidence to convict the man he believes murdered Louise Ellis, and he makes an unorthodox decision to have a civilian go undercover.
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To solve a brutal triple homicide in Chatham, Ontario, Detective Peter Baker must follow the trail of missing guns.
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Scott Dell's death looks like a suicide, but Detective Ken Leppert digs a little deeper and begins to suspect Dell has been murdered.
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Jennifer Teague, 17, goes missing, and her body is later found dumped near a secluded parking lot; Detective Greg Brown turns to the townspeople in Teague's community to help him find her killer.

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