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"Who Killed Jane Doe?" presents a unique journey of discovery, loss, mystery and resolution. Featuring Investigation Discovery's distinctive stylized re-enactments, each hourlong episode weaves together two parallel stories: that of detectives who gather clues to identify a victim and the manner of death, and that of a family who knows very well who the victim is and is struggling to find her. The emotional tales honor the nameless and offer a final resting place to a missing loved one.

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An unidentified Jane Doe is discovered in the Mojave Desert in Apple Valley, Calif., and it will take nearly 20 years for the case to be solved, bringing to light a twisted tale of love and jealousy.
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The body of an unidentified young woman turns up on the side of a highway in Oklahoma; her name remains a mystery until investigators find a family looking for their missing daughter, who had become ensnared in a suspicious relationship.
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While searching for coyotes in a pasture, ranch hands find the body of a murdered woman in a roadside ditch; meanwhile, a young mother goes missing, and both cases go cold.
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A transient discovers the body of an unidentified teenage girl in a culvert near an Arizona freeway close to the Mexican border; previously, a Washington teenager travels in search of love and attention after a troubled childhood.
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While searching for a lost wallet along a wooded trail in Wildwood, Fla., two all-terrain vehicle riders find a woman's scattered bones instead; meanwhile, family and friends search for their missing loved one.
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A woman's body is found in a tent bag in the Kentucky woods, while a faraway family searches for a missing mother of three; both cases go unsolved for decades, until a man's obsession and a family's determination converge, uncovering the truth.
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After a young woman's body is discovered naked in a Minnesota ditch, investigators embark on a decades-long hunt to identify her; meanwhile, over 1,000 miles away, a despairing family refuses to stop looking for the daughter and sister they love.
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In 2005, Pamela Knight vanishes on her son's birthday, and, years later, two men find the remains of a woman buried under an abandoned shed.
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An unidentified woman's body surfaces in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico; meanwhile, a woman vanishes from her new home in Florida, then, nearly 30 years later, both tales are untangled to reveal a story of love, loss, life, and death.
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A jogger discovers a woman's body off a remote road in Pennsylvania; in the meantime, a woman fails to show up at her godchild's baptism, prompting investigators to launch a search that takes them up and down the East Coast.
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A young woman's body is found in the Arizona desert, while over 2,500 miles away, a young man worries about his missing sister; an investigation into her death begins, and it will take decades to reveal her name and her killer.
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The body of a beautiful woman is found in the Pennsylvania woods at Christmastime, and it's clear her death is no accident; determined to discover the victim's name, officials launch an investigation that spans 10 years.

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