Buried in the Backyard Bonus: Judy Winthrop Remembers Her Son (Season 2, Episode 2)
Judy Winthrop, the mother of David Jackson, remembers her son and his relationship with his young son, Johnny. David went missing on June 25, 1988, and his bones were later found buried in the backyard of an old farmhouse by construction workers. Before his death, David loved spending time with his son by taking him to the beach and teaching him how to fish.
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When the body parts of two missing teens are found in a backyard cornfield, Ohio detectives uncover dark family secrets to track their suspect. The community fears there may never be justice when the man convicted is released from prison.
Buried in the Backyard Bonus: Det. Donna Velazquez On Backyard Burials (Season 2, Episode 2)
Finding human remains buried in a backyard is more common today than it was back in the 1980s, says Detective Donna Velazquez from the Pembroke Pines Police Department. Velazquez, who investigated the disappearance and murder of David Jackson, says killers bury their victims close to home so they can keep their eye on the remains and move them if necessary.
Buried in the Backyard Bonus: Donna Velazquez Investigates David Jackson Case (Season 2, Episode 2)
While investigating the 15-year-old disappearance of David Churchill Jackson, detective Donna Velazquez learns more about Jackson's relationship with his young son Johnny. Velazquez speaks with Jackson's employer and realizes Jackson had taken off nearly an entire month to spend with his son, but he never got the chance to do so before he vanished.
Buried in the Backyard: Human Remains Found In Backyard of Florida Farmhouse (Season 2, Episode 2)
During August of 1989, Frank Toledo, a construction worker, unearths some human remains in the backyard of an old farmhouse in Miramar, Florida. Toledo draws the attention of his boss, who says the construction site was most likely a chicken farm and that the bones were probably from an animal.
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After a husband and wife realize their dogs have been dragging human bones into their backyard, cops learn that a serial killer is using the nearby woods to indulge in his dark fantasies.
Buried in the Backyard: The Missing Persons Case of David Jackson (Season 2, Episode 2)
Detective Donna Velazquez from the Pembroke Pines Police Department is asked to investigate the 15-year-old disappearance of David Churchill Jackson. Above her desk, Velazquez creates a vision board with photographs and information about Jackson. Later, a young man from The Explorers, an organization that allows teenagers to shadow police officers, stops in front of her desk and tells her, "That man is my father."
Buried in the Backyard Bonus: Police Question Kenny Linscott (Season 2, Episode 1)
When Todd Schultz and Annette Cooper disappear, Kenny Linscott goes to the emergency room for a severe laceration on his forearm. In an interview with Linscott's wife, she told police she was suspicious of her husband's injury. Linscott claimed he was injured in an accident, but it was later discovered he had held the young couple's limbs while killer Chester McKnight sawed them off.
Buried in the Backyard Bonus: Remembering Todd Schultz (Season 2, Episode 1)
Greg Schultz, the brother of murder victim Todd Schultz, reflects on their childhood. Greg was the first to notice Todd had gone missing in October of 1982, and he alerted their mother of his disappearance. Police later found Todd's remains along with those of his fiancée Annette Cooper in Hocking River and a nearby cornfield in Logan, Ohio.
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A concerned son asks investigators to help track down his missing father, ultimately sending them on a lengthy game of cat-and-mouse that results in horrific discoveries in two backyards.
Buried in the Backyard Bonus: Dale Johnston Is Arrested (Season 2, Episode 1)
Sandy Schultz, the mother of murder victim Todd Schultz, remembers when law enforcement arrested Dale Johnston for Todd and his fiancée Annette Cooper's slayings. Todd and Cooper went missing from Logan, Ohio, in October of 1982. Their remains were later found Hocking River and a nearby cornfield.
Buried in the Backyard: Authorities Find The Remains Of Annette Cooper and Todd Schultz (Season 2, Episode 1)
After Annette Cooper and her fiancé Todd Schultz disappear from Logan, Ohio, in October of 1982, authorities search Hocking River and a nearby cornfield. A half hour into the search, officers find the young couple's remains. Could a small-town murderer be hiding in plain sight?