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'Snapped' Goes Southern All Month Long With 5 New Episodes
The Oxygen series is taking a closer look at some of the wildest true crimes that happened down south.
Although most of the country will still be practicing social distancing in the coming weeks, "Snapped" is heading to the south to investigate killer cases enmeshed with secrets, deception, and southern charm.
This month's slate of true crime investigations includes several unassuming women in the American South who poisoned, shot, and bludgeoned those closest to them. Don't be fooled by their churchgoing, socialite statuses — these women will do whatever it takes to keep their secrets and their true identities under wraps.
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1. "Snapped: Sylvia White" on Thursday, May 7 at 11 p.m. ET
At around 7:45 a.m. on Jan. 21, 1992, town socialite Sylvia White reported to Kinston, North Carolina police that her husband, Billy, a prominent insurance salesman, was missing. She claimed he went to meet with a potential client and never came home.
When Billy was found gunned down on a country road, 20-year-old secrets revealed themselves and cast doubt on Sylvia's once pristine reputation. The question police had: What could Sylvia be hiding?
2. "Snapped: Wendi Mae Davidson" on Sunday, May 10 at 6 p.m. ET
Michael Severance, a U.S. Air Force sergeant from Lee, Maine, met and married his wife, Wendi Mae Davidson, while stationed in West Texas. In January 2005, just four months into their marriage, he was reported missing.
Due to his airman status, his disappearance triggered a multi-agency investigation, and authorities soon discovered that Severance had been poisoned and drowned in a local pond. Did Davidson's southern hospitality have a sinister side?
3. "Snapped: Blanche Taylor Moore" on Sunday, May 17 at 6 p.m. ET
Blanche Taylor Moore was a well-respected member of her North Carolina community with a cool demeanor known for frequenting her church. So when her preacher boyfriend, Raymond Carlton Reid Sr., was hospitalized with a mysterious illness in 1986, she was the last person authorities would suspect.
When Reid died, however, it opened a larger investigation into suspicious deaths dating as far back as 1966, and Moore's hidden dark side came to light.
4. "Snapped: Mary Bruno" on Sunday, May 24 at 6 p.m. ET
The seemingly peaceful life of retired North Carolina couple Mary and Carmine Bruno was shattered when Carmine was found bludgeoned to death in May 2010. The investigation took an unexpected turn, however, when it was revealed that Mary and her house tenant Dennis Roy teamed up for a deadly reason.
Investigators were left sorting fact from fiction on their mission to find out what really happened the day that Carmine's body was found in his garage.
5. "Snapped: Marie Hilley" on Sunday, May 31 at 6 p.m. ET
When a bizarre account of a suspected false identity was reported to Alabama authorities, the long history of Audrey Marie Hilley's criminal career came to light.
A nationwide hunt to track down an evasive woman with a killing streak — whose victims included her husband and very nearly her daughter — ensued, with investigators searching for this 20th-century "Black Widow of Alabama," who used her southern charm as a weapon of deception.