Case 233: Denise Amber Lee

When Nathan Lee arrived at his North Port, Florida home on Thursday, January 17 2008, he immediately knew something was wrong. His two young sons were home alone and his wife, 21-year-old Denise Amber Lee, was missing…

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Case 231: Anna-Jane Cheney

In 1994, 29-year-old Adelaide lawyer Anna-Jane Cheney was looking forward to her dream wedding. But just six weeks before she was due to walk down…

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Case 230: Rubí Frayre & Marisela Escobedo

By December 2008, 16-year-old Rubí Frayre was missing. Exasperated by police disinterest, Rubí’s mother, Marisela Escobedo, took it upon herself to uncover the truth about her daughter’s fate…

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Case 229: The Killer Realtor

On Thursday, November 6 2003, a customer was met with a grisly scene at a motorcycle dealership called Superbike Motorsports in Chesnee, South Carolina…

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Case 227: Mike Williams

The weekend of December 16 2000 was shaping up to be a good one for Tallahassee man Mike Williams. With a romantic getaway planned to celebrate his sixth wedding anniversary…

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Case 226: El Mataviejitas

In 2003, 12 elderly women were killed in their homes in Mexico City. Most were strangled and robbed. Fears arose that a serial killer was on the loose…

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Case 225: Raheel Siddiqui

Semper Fidelis – which means ‘Always Faithful’ is the motto of the United States Marine Corps and a nod to the tight-knit culture the corps is known for…

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Case 224: Evelyn Hartley

On October 24 1953, 15-year-old Evelyn Hartley set out for a babysitting job in her neighbourhood of La Crosse, Wisconsin…

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Case 221: Frank & Carol Hilley

In May 1975, 45-year-old Frank Hilley passed away suddenly at his home in Anniston, Alabama after suffering from severe nausea and stomach cramps…

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Case 220: Hannah Witheridge & David Miller

When the bodies of British tourists 23-year-old Hannah Witheridge and 24-year-old David Miller were found brutally murdered on the remote Thai island of Koh Tao, the police immediately concluded that the killer had to be a foreigner…

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Case 219: Doctor John

Dr John Schneeberger’s charming and gentle manner made him a popular and trusted figure in the tiny Canadian town of Kipling. So when a young woman named Candice accused him of…

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Case 217: Kathleen Marshall

In March 1998, members of the Cat Protection Society in Brisbane, Australia were shocked at the murder of one of their own, a 52-year-old Veterinarian named Dr Kathleen Marshall…

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Case 216: The Itzkovitz Family

Eliahu Itzkovitz spent much of his childhood confined behind the walls of Romania’s Chișinău Ghetto – a place where he and other Romanian Jews were held prisoner by their government…

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Case 215: The One-Man Crime Wave

On May 26 1978, four-year-old Eric Christgen suddenly disappeared while playing in a park in St Joseph, Missouri. The next day, his body was discovered near the Missouri River…

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Case 214: Kevin Hjalmarsson

When the body of four-year-old Kevin Hjalmarsson was found floating on a wooden pallet in Sweden’s Kyrkviken bay, police determined that it wasn’t a tragic drowning, but a cold-blooded murder…

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Case 212: The Forgotten Cannibal

On December 21 1924, itinerant beggar, Vincenz Olivier, knocked on the door of an apartment building on the outskirts of Münsterberg in Weimar, Germany…

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Case 211: Cari Farver

When Omaha mechanic Dave Kroupa met Cari Farver in late 2012, he thought he’d found the perfect woman. Unfortunately, their relationship soon turned sour and when Dave ended things, Cari began to obsessively stalk him…

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Case 210: Jayna Murray

On March 11, 2011, two employees of the Lululemon Athletica yoga store in Bethesda, Maryland fell victim to a brutal attack…

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Case 208: John Chau

In 2018, American missionary John Chau sailed out to North Sentinel, a forested island off the coast of India. He intended to spread the word of God to the Sentinelese…

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Case 206: Julio & Candra Torres

On Tuesday, July 27 1976, 16-year-old Candra Torres and a man named Tom Brown showed up in an Oregon sheriff’s department to report a terrible incident…

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