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The first three days after somebody is abducted are extremely important. Statistically, the chances of finding the abductee alive diminish significantly after the first 72 hours. "Three Days to Live" chronicles kidnapping cases, using re-creations and first-hand testimony from authorities and loved ones to illustrate what went on -- from the crucial periods early on in the cases, which all feature females who were taken, through the twists and turns the kidnappings took before reaching their conclusions. Journalist SuChin Pak narrates the hourlong series.

Latest episodes

aired 156 days ago
Successful real estate agent Beverly Carter vanishes after meeting a buyer in Little Rock, Ark.; as police investigate they discover a plot to cash in on her wealth which points to several suspects.
aired 156 days ago
911 dispatch receives an alarming call from a missing woman trapped in the trunk of a car; her life, and those of her two young daughters are in danger; investigators work around the clock to locate them before time runs out.
aired 160 days ago
A young girl is taken by a group of masked men after answering a knock at the door; after a string of ransom calls, the police work tirelessly to piece together clues, and race against the clock to find her.
aired 160 days ago
Suburban South Carolina wife and mother, Alice Donovan never returned home after a Holiday shopping trip; two escaped convicts are on a crime spree; police to work hard and fast to find Alice.
aired 160 days ago
When Brenna Machus is abducted and her coworker Joey Orlando is murdered, shock waves run through suburban Dearborn.
aired 160 days ago
13-year-old Alicia Kozakiewicz vanishes from home in a Pennsylvanian suburb; the FBI initiates an intense multi-state investigation; fears run high after the discovery of a sinister plot designed by a child predator on the family computer.
aired 175 days ago
21-year-old Anita Wooldridge is kidnapped from her home in broad daylight in Kokomo, Indiana. Police fear the worst when a violent suspect emerges.
aired 182 days ago
When a cop's daughter fails to return home from a shopping trip, he fears the worst; detectives know they have little time to track down the missing Kansas teen.
aired 818 days ago
Using re-creations and first-hand interviews to delve into the days following an abduction.

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