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Investigated by Paul Holes: What Happened to Morgan Ingram?

S1/EP9 |
Aired: May 18, 2019
Paul Holes re-examines the suspicious death of Morgan Ingram. Her parents claim she was stalked and eventually murdered, but law enforcement closed her case as a suicide by overdose. What really happened to this beloved 20 year old? 01:05:44

Finger on The Trigger

S1/EP8 |
Aired: May 11, 2019
A frantic woman calls 9-1-1 saying her boyfriend shot himself. But the story keeps changing. It takes a risky gambit to unravel the truth. 43:54

Deadly Prophecy

S1/EP7 |
Aired: May 4, 2019
A young pastor grieves after his wife dies in a house fire. But when shocking secrets are revealed, a community is shattered. Could a prophecy have predicted her death? 43:54

Killer Crash

S1/EP6 |
Aired: April 27, 2019
A terrifying crash off a mountain road leaves one woman dead and her husband injured. But the fatal accident raises suspicions as a family fights to expose the real story. 43:54

Killer Detective

S1/EP5 |
Aired: April 20, 2019
When a Texas police detective finds his wife dead from a gunshot wound his fellow detectives work to uncover if her death was an accident, a suicide, or something more sinister. 43:54

Two Deaths, One Suspect

S1/EP4 |
Aired: April 13, 2019
A grieving husband claims his wife accidentally fell to her death. Investigators become suspicious after learning his first wife also died in a freak accident. 43:54

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Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Morgan Ingram's Former Boyfriend Opens Up About Their Relationship
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Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Morgan Ingram's Former Boyfriend Opens Up About Their Relationship

S1/EP9 Rainer Jundt, Morgan Ingram's former boyfriend, sits down with forensic criminologist Paul Holes and journalist Kelly McLear to discuss their relationship. Morgan was found dead in her bed December 2, 2011, and her death was ruled a suicide by an overdose of the pain medication amitriptyline. Jundt says he never knew Morgan to take drugs recreationally. Describing the 20-year-old as fun-loving and resilient, Jundt does not think Morgan was the type of person who could have taken her own life.
Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Morgan Ingram's Doctor Speaks with Paul Holes and Kelly McLear
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Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Morgan Ingram's Doctor Speaks with Paul Holes and Kelly McLear

S1/EP9 Morgan Ingram's doctor, Lonnie Zeltzer, speaks with forensic criminologist Paul Holes and journalist Kelly McLear about treating Morgan for irritable bowel syndrome. In December 2011, Morgan was found dead in her room after overdosing on amitriptyline, a pain medication that she had been prescribed. Her death was ruled a suicide, but Zeltzer said it did not seem that Morgan was suffering from anxiety or depression.
Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Ryan Ingram Talks About His Sister Morgan
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Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Ryan Ingram Talks About His Sister Morgan

S1/EP9 Ryan Ingram speaks with forensic criminologist Paul Holes and journalist Kelly McLear about his sister Morgan Ingram's mysterious death. The 20-year-old was found dead in her bed on December 2, 2011, and her death was ruled a suicide by an overdose of the pain medication amitriptyline. In the months before her death, Morgan had been terrorized by an unidentified stalker, who Ryan believes killed Morgan. Ryan does not think Morgan died by suicide and contends "police didn't do their job" in catching the unknown assailant.
Accident, Suicide or Murder: Paul Holes and Kelly McLear Reexamine Death of Morgan Ingram
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Accident, Suicide or Murder: Paul Holes and Kelly McLear Reexamine Death of Morgan Ingram

S1/EP9 In a 90-minute special investigation of "Accident, Suicide or Murder," forensic criminologist Paul Holes and journalist Kelly McLear reexamine the death of 20-year-old Morgan Ingram, who was found dead in her bed on December 2, 2011. Morgan's death was ruled a suicide by an overdose of amitriptyline, a pain medication that had been prescribed to Morgan to treat her irritable bowel syndrome. Her parents believe Morgan did not die by suicide, and they theorize she could have been murdered by an unidentified assailant who was stalking the Ingram house in the months before her death. The sheriff's department found no connection between the stalking and her death, but Morgan's family and friends maintain she was killed.
Accident, Suicide or Murder: Morgan Ingram's Mysterious Death
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Accident, Suicide or Murder: Morgan Ingram's Mysterious Death

S1/EP9 On December 2, 2011, Morgan Ingram is found dead in bed by her parents. Though her death was ruled a suicide by an overdose of pain medication, Morgan's parents believe there is no way she could have taken her own life. In the months before the 20-year-old's death, an unidentified stalker had been terrorizing the Ingram home. Could she possibly have been murdered by this unknown assailant? This 90-minute special investigation of "Accident, Suicide or Murder" follows forensic criminologist Paul Holes, journalist Kelly McLear and a team of seasoned crime experts as they re-examine the suspicious death of the Carbondale, Colorado resident.
Paul Holes Joins Accident, Suicide, or Murder for a Special Event on Saturday, May 18th at 6/5c
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Paul Holes Joins Accident, Suicide, or Murder for a Special Event on Saturday, May 18th at 6/5c

S1/EP9 After Morgan Ingram was found dead in her bedroom in 2011, law enforcement closed her case as a suicide by overdose. Over the years, the Ingram family has fought to prove that a person stalking their daughter was ultimately responsible for her death. Now with access to never-before-seen evidence, Paul Holes and his team are determined to find out what really happened Morgan.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder Bonus: Prosecutor Visits Matthew Gailie Crime Scene
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder Bonus: Prosecutor Visits Matthew Gailie Crime Scene

S1/EP8 Luzerne County Deputy District Attorney Daniel Zola recalls visiting the crime scene of Matthew Gailie's murder. As a prosecutor, Zola believes it is necessary to see a crime scene before the body is removed so he can accurately and passionately represent the victim during trial.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder Bonus: Family Remembers Matthew Gailie
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder Bonus: Family Remembers Matthew Gailie

S1/EP8 Family remembers childhood of Matthew Gailie, who was shot to death by his girlfriend Jessica Alinksy. Growing up, Matthew was diagnosed with Addison's disease, but he made a recovery and was able to return to school with his sister, Ariana Gailie.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Police Visit Home of Jessica Alinsky and Matthew Gailie
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Police Visit Home of Jessica Alinsky and Matthew Gailie

S1/EP8 On September 2, 2011, a 911 operator in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, receives a call from Jessica Alinsky, who explains that she and her boyfriend got into a fight and that he died by suicide. Police drive to Alinsky and Matthew Gailie's home, and they find Gaile dead on the floor of their living room from a gunshot wound.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Jessica Alinsky Calls 911
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Jessica Alinsky Calls 911

S1/EP8 Jessica Alinsky calls 911 to report that she found her boyfriend, Matthew Gailie, dead. Alinsky tells the operator that she thinks Matthew "killed himself." Family members, however, do not believe Matthew would have died by suicide, and investigators realize parts of the investigation are not adding up.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder Bonus: Law Enforcement Officials Discovered Nicholas Hacheney’s Multiple Affairs
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder Bonus: Law Enforcement Officials Discovered Nicholas Hacheney’s Multiple Affairs

S1/EP7 Several public officials who worked on the case of Dawn Hacheney’s murder describe Nicholas Hacheney as a man who had multiple relationships with other women while married to Dawn. Some of the people who speak about Hacheney’s lifestyle are Neil Wachter, former Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Kitsap County, Susan Shultz, a former detective at the Bremerton Police Department, Claire Bradley Former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Kitsap County, Scott Rappleye, former Fire Marshal at the Bremerton Fire Department and Gregg Olsen, author of “A Twisted Faith.”