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Catch Up On The Shocking Cases Of 'Accident, Suicide Or Murder'
A shocking new season of “Accident, Suicide Or Murder” premieres May 9 on Oxygen, so here's how to catch up on Season 1.
When a victim's family disagrees with authorities on what caused their loved one's death, an investigation can become something much more painful and sprawling — and sometimes decades may pass with no answers.
Oxygen's hit series “Accident, Suicide or Murder” explores bizarre cases full of mysterious circumstances, confusing evidence, and families fighting for justice.
Season 2 premieres on Saturday, May 9, at 7/6c, with the shocking story of Ellen Greenberg, who was found dead in her apartment with 20 stab wounds — but was still deemed a suicide. “Accident, Suicide or Murder” will look closely at the evidence and follow Greenberg's parents' fight for closure, 10 years after her death.
It's now easier than ever to dive into Oxygen programming, with full episodes available streaming on your TV, smartphone or computer wherever you are. Watch episodes with the Oxygen app, available on iOS and Android, by simply entering your sable, digital or satellite TV subscription information — or take advantage of three free credits Oxygen offers for watching without signing in. Most shows are also available on AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku, and through Chromecast. Individual episodes can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu and Google Play as well.
Shows that are in-season can be streamed live with your Sling TV, Hulu Live TV or YouTube TV subscription. And you can always watch whole episodes right here at Oxygen.com by entering your cable information. Pick the platform that works for you and dig in to the investigations of “Accident, Suicide or Murder.”
Catch up on some of Season 1's most compelling cases now, before the season premiere of “Accident, Suicide or Murder” on May 9 at 7/6c on Oxygen!
Episode 1: “The Sinister Minister”
The Rev. Arthur “A.B." Schirmer, who pastored at a Methodist church in northeast Pennsylvania, had two wives who both suffered unfortunate fates. In July 2008, after apparently suffering a traumatic car wreck, he told state troopers that he and his second wife, Betty, were surprised by a deer in the road.
A suicide in the congregation and inconsistencies between Schirmer's story and the evidence, however, led authorities to the violent, mysterious death of Schirmer's first wife, in a case filled with wild twists and turns that ended with Schirmer sentenced to life in prison.
Episode 3: “Blood Betrayal”
The 1977 murder of Navy veteran Bob Stasiak in Michigan was initially deemed a suicide. The case was revived in 2015, however, when a police chief spoke to the man's widow and learned disturbing information about the man who allegedly found Stasiak's body.
Stasiak's body was found with a rifle nearby and his cousin told police at the time that Stasiak had discussed suicide before. The whole story eventually came to light, however. “Accident Suicide or Murder” chronicles an incredible cold-case investigation in which justice finally comes, almost 40 years late.
Special Episode: “Investigated By Paul Holes: What Happened To Morgan Ingram?”
Twenty-year-old Morgan Ingram was found dead in her bed at home in December 2011. Her grief-stricken parents disagreed with the initial finding of suicide, despite the fact that she allegedly died by an overdose of prescription medication.
She was never depressed, her parents said — and she had been hounded as of late by a stalker. Criminal investigator Paul Holes, who helped hunt down the alleged Golden State Killer, dives deep into Morgan's story in this powerful 90-minute episode of "Accident, Suicide or Murder."