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Never forgetting what happened to loved ones who have been murdered is a way of paying respect, however horrifying and raw those memories may be. The recollections can come in handy too, like when they contain critical clues that help detectives piece together the final hours of the victim's life. This series examines that aspect of homicide cases, with each hourlong story told through the memories of family members, friends, and investigators, plus images from the time of the crime that still haunt and are unforgettable.

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When a young woman disappears after a visit to the mall, and investigators discover from store surveillance footage that she has been abducted, she is found dead in the woods.
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A tip from a missing persons network helps identify the body of a John Doe murder victim, leading investigators to unravel a dark tale of betrayal.
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In the coastal town of Leland, N.C., a missing woman is found dead in a swamp; as detectives speak with the victim's friends and family, they begin to unravel the truth behind a horrifying murder.
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On the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, a young mother goes missing after the Fourth of July; when her body is discovered in the woods, the victim's family dig through the memories of their loved one to provide investigators with critical clues.
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In the suburbs of Atlanta, Ga., a pregnant woman and her fiancé are kidnapped on the night before their baby shower and the fiancé's family receives ransom calls that same night.
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In Rison, Ark., a young woman is abducted from her home in the middle of the night; when investigators dig up her body in the woods, they uncover an appalling murder plot that led to the victim's gruesome demise.
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In Dayton, Ohio, a young mother goes missing after attending a party, and her identical twin becomes convinced there is something deeply sinister afoot.
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In North Port, Fla., police receive a call reporting that a young mother has gone missing; in an effort to find her, detectives follow a trail of incoming 911 calls that reveal a heartbreaking story more horrific than they could have ever imagined.
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Billy Carter raises daughters Crystal and Misty in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina; after a body is found on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, this family's piece of paradise becomes a nightmare they relive again and again.
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In Ohio, a woman is found stabbed to death in her kitchen after she fails to show up for work; her sister is able to help detectives solve the case after a family heirloom is discovered during the investigation.
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Sharon Ord and her family leave Scranton, Pa., to start a new life in Florida; then one of them disappears, turning their dream of a new life into a nightmare.
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In Stamping Ground, Ky., a young woman's dead body is found late at night by her brother and father; when detectives learn the victim was pregnant, they consider it a motive for murder and begin a homicide investigation.

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