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'Accident, Suicide Or Murder' Is Returning With Even More Stunning Case Reveals
On the upcoming season of "Accident, Suicide Or Murder," the Phil Spector case is examined.
What really happened when someones dies isn't always obvious.
"Accident, Suicide or Murder” is back Saturday, Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Oxygen True Crime for a fourth season that reveals the stunning an unexpected truth behind deaths steeped in mystery. Each hourlong episode takes a deep dive into suspicious deaths that were initially suspected to be accidents, suicides or murders.
“Accident, Suicide or Murder” retraces an investigation from start to finish, taking viewers through the twists and turns of these heartbreaking cases – from dissecting the red flags to the undeniable evidence, and strange behavior that put the tragedy in question. Viewers hear from first responders, law enforcement who unremittingly worked the cases, and family members and friends of the victims who never gave up on seeking the truth.
As the investigations unveil facts surrounding the deaths, families demand answers and law enforcement arduously work to find the truth, motives will be exposed and justice will be served. Families finally get the definitive answers to questions about their loved one’s passing.
In the premiere episode, 9-1-1 dispatchers in Milford, N.J., receive an urgent call about a man who had been shot at the home of professional basketball player Jayson Williams during a late-night party. Guests of the party originally claimed that limousine driver Gus Christofi had shot himself with a gun he obtained at the home. However, this curious web of lies quickly unraveled and led detectives on a rocky road to the truth to find justice for the unlikely victim.
“Accident, Suicide or Murder” also investigates the tragic murder of actress Lana Clarkson at the hands of famed music producer Phil Spector and takes a look into Dee Dee Jackson’s fateful death. The ex-wife of Tito Jackson and mother of three died in an apparent accidental drowning in a pool at the home of her then-boyfriend. The cryptic cases continue when what appeared to be a double homicide eventually led police to stumble into a connection to an Internet trend gone wrong. In the search for truth, controversy erupts and family and friends are left to ponder how and why their loved ones met their untimely demise.
Many cases can be ongoing for months, years or even decades. With advances in technology, additional witnesses, exhumations and newly discovered evidence, law enforcement are able to bring closure to the victim’s surviving family members and friends.
“Accident, Suicide or Murder” is produced by Dorsey Pictures. Chris Dorsey and Matthew Watts executive produce.