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Aphrodite Jones' numerous true-crime books have captivated readers for years. Now, the best-selling author and criminal profiler brings her uncanny instincts to this series that focuses on the compelling cases that commanded the headlines. From the unsolved murder of child beauty-pageant contestant JonBenet Ramsey to the strange circumstances surrounding the deaths of singer Michael Jackson and model Anna Nicole Smith, Jones presents her expert take on the crimes, often accompanied with startling new footage, evidence and interviews.

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A murderer kills Ellen Sherman in her home with her husband away; the investigation uncovers allegations of wife swapping, and the case goes cold until a forensic scientist and a teenager help crack the case.
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Thirty-eight-year-old Danny Coleman's charred remains are discovered 50 miles from home, and the effort to hunt down his killers will take nearly two decades, involving sex, drugs and a voice from the grave.
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Two fraternity brothers are inseparable until after college when their once close friendship ends in murder.
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When 15 year old Annie Kasprzak was found brutally murdered, her foster parents were devastated. It would take a dedicated rookie detective shifting through false leads and digital forensics to uncover the shocking truth of what happened to Annie.
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The charred remains of an unidentified man are discovered in Florida.
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Twenty-one-year-old Rose Goggins goes missing, leaving her 1-year-old son behind, then police find her vehicle but not her body.
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A young woman is killed and her live-in boyfriend fights for his life after being shot twice in the head, then the woman's grieving family is shocked to learn of the sad secret she took to her grave.
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A city worker is gunned down at work.
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A young woman on the verge of marriage with a new job is found dead in her home with "1" scrawled on the wall in lipstick.
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A tax fuel auditor goes missing, and the investigation expands into the disappearance of a long-haul trucker from 13 years earlier.
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A stalker targets a woman who goes missing, and police must prove the victim has been killed even though they cannot find her body.
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When a woman disappears without a trace, police suspect her roommate knows more than he claims, but, without any hard evidence, they become locked in a game of cat and mouse.
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An Alabama man is executed at point-blank range in a partially completed subdivision within hours of arriving in the Atlanta area.
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In Pennsylvania, a parishioner is shot to death while working in the office at her church, sending shockwaves through the congregation.
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A young man is killed at his father's home when a truck falls off its jack crushing his chest, but this apparent accident soon reveals itself to be something more sinister.
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In New York, a teenage boy vanishes without a trace after sneaking out to meet up with friends, leaving everyone in doubt as to whether he ran away or came to a tragic end.
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A woman's torso is found floating in the waters off of Key Biscayne, Fla., and her identity remains a mystery for nearly 25 years until two grown sisters come forward to tell police about the abuse they endured and where it ended.
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A teenage girl is found stabbed to death the morning after a Halloween party; now, 15 years later, the victim's parents are more determined than ever to see her killers punished.
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In Chicago, a driven investigative reporter looks into the unsolved murder of a local teacher, discovering a series of coincidences that point to a suspect as well as two other murders.
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In Las Vegas, Robert Bessey is shot in the neck as he drives to work but survives, and police must piece together a complicated puzzle to find out who ordered a hit on him.
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Corrections officer Elizabeth Begaren and her husband have a confrontation with men following them during which Elizabeth is shot to death.

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