A young entrepreneur decides to cash out and travel the world. After months of strange emails and unreturned phone calls, his family begins to dig deeper into his whereabouts. What they find is a shocking web of lies and deadly deceit.
Mr. Right is Deadly Wrong
Aired: August 11, 2019
A fairy tale romance turns into a deadly nightmare when a husband's secret past surfaces.
The Heat of Deceit
Aired: August 4, 2019
When an arsonist's personal demons ignite a series of deadly fires, a horrifying secret life is ultimately revealed.
Aired: July 28, 2019
When a young Marine goes missing, NCIS agents uncover a tragic mystery that stuns a Virginia Beach naval base. How can an online love affair result in the murder of an innocent victim?
Aired: July 21, 2019
When a lie spins out of control, a day of celebration quickly turns into a West Virginia family’s worst nightmare. A chilling 911 call tells one side of the story, but investigators eventually uncover a shocking twist they will never forget.
Murder in Mexico
Aired: July 14, 2019
Lies, deception and a love triangle lead to the murder of a wealthy American on a desolate road in Mexico.
Craig and Stefanie Rabinowitz visited a couple's home for brunch after both had new babies. It should've been a happy occasion, but a friend recalls Craig "almost brooding" — "there was something going on."
When Ed Shin went to work for Joseph Gray, Gray didn't know that Shin had previously tried to hire someone to stage a "home invasion" of the owner of a business he had purchased without paying the owner.
Irvine Police were unable to charge Ed Shin for the kidnapping hoax he attempted on his parents, because no false police report was filed. His roommate at the time reads the "ransom" email aloud.
Chris Smith's family received emails sporadically — with one 7-month break — from Chris. Private Investigator Joe Delu zeroes in on an email in which "Chris" was unable to answer a "security question" from his father.
Among David Miller's many lies to wife Jayne Miller was that he was an attorney at Disney World. Eventually, she couldn't resist confronting him over his untruths, Orlando Sentinel reporter Debbie Salamone says.
During and after Dave and Jayne Miller's wedding, her friends raised doubt about his alleged wealth, based on his shoes, watch and the fact that he moved into her small apartment with her. "Too good to be true," a friend recalls.
Lori Kovach, John Orr's daughter, says she thinks there's a part of her father that doesn't believe he did what he did. A former investigator ruminates on the loss of life and opportunity caused by Orr.
Investigators discovered that John Leonard Orr was aware that they were tracking them. He found a tracking device on his car and decided to "play cat and mouse" with them, according to one former investigator