A beautiful former cheerleader is set ablaze on a desolate road in rural Tennessee, living long enough only to offer first responders one confusing clue about her killer. Years later, a family in Ohio is systematically executed as they sleep in their beds. The family’s young children are left unharmed, leaving investigators to wonder if it’s the family’s possible connection to drugs or a more personal motive that led to the cold-blooded slaughter.
These are some of our country’s most baffling mysteries — but even the greatest of mysteries leave behind clues. Whether it’s investigating a strange disappearance, piecing together an unsolved murder, or exploring a religion’s dark secrets, Oxygen is the destination for hard-hitting investigations that leave no stone unturned. Follow as top-notch investigators break down the cases through interviews, detailed forensics, and crime scene re-enactments to gain new insights into the most compelling mysteries.
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On the morning of July 13, 2011, 32-year-old Rebecca Zahau was found hanging naked and bound from her wealthy boyfriend’s Coronado mansion. Authorities were quick to rule the death a suicide, but strange clues found at the scene — including an eerie message scrawled in black paint on a nearby door — convinced her family that she had died by someone else’s hand. The family filed a million-dollar wrongful death lawsuit against Adam Shacknai, the brother of Zahau’s boyfriend, and the sheriff’s office took a new look into the case, but lingering questions about the 32-year-old’s final moments remained. In this limited series on Oxygen, journalist Billy Jensen joins forces with former prosecutor Loni Coombs and forensic criminologist Paul Holes to take a fresh look at the evidence. Together, they unravel shocking new clues into the mysterious death.
Crystal Rogers’ disappearance has all the elements of a southern thriller: a small town plagued by a string of unsolved murders, a mother’s seemingly unexplained disappearance, a heated feud between families and another mysterious death just over a year later. But Rogers’ disappearance is no work of fiction. This true-crime tale is filled with twists and turns that will keep viewers on the edge of their seat, as one family searches unrelentingly for the truth. Emmy Award-nominated reporter Stephanie Bauer teams up with veteran homicide detective Dwayne Stanton, who has worked on more than 750 homicide investigations, as they seek out new leads to try to bring her family justice.
When college-age men began showing up dead in bodies of water across the country, many of the deaths initially appeared to be accidental drownings. But a team of retired NYPD detectives led by veteran Detective Kevin Gannon believe there may be a more sinister explanation for the deaths after noticing in nearly all the cases smiley face graffiti has been found near the body. In the first season of this Oxygen series, Gannon and his team of skilled detectives work with the victim’s families and top forensic experts to re-examine the suspicious deaths and the circumstances around each fatality to determine whether the cases could be connected to a larger theory they refer to as The Smiley Face Killers.
Two teenage twins mysteriously vanished from the streets of Augusta, Georgia, but the case failed to garner attention for years, leaving the grieving family desperate for answers. The twins, 15-year-olds Dannette and Jeanette Millbrook, spent their final day before they disappeared on March 18, 1990 visiting family, but when their younger sister went out to look for them they were gone. The teens were initially dismissed as runaways but the family never believed they would simply just take off. When the first African American sheriff in Augusta — who grew up just blocks from the Millbrook home — took office decades later, the case recieved a new look and may finally get the attention it deserves. In this Oxygen special, former federal prosecutor Laura Coates and former homicide detective Page Reynolds undercover shocking new clues in what is considered the country’s only unsolved case of missing twins.
At the end of 2017, there were more than 88,000 active missing person cases in the United States. “Searching For” tells the story of three of those cases. Each woman, highlighted in the three-part digital series, disappeared under mysterious circumstances, but recent clues, interviews, and investigative leads bring new promise to the puzzling cases. The series — which once again highlights the talents of Bauer, the same investigative journalist who led the search for Crystal Rogers — examines the cases of Jenna Van Gelderen, a 25-year-old who disappeared while housesitting for her parents in the summer of 2017; Akia Eggelston, a pregnant, single mother who vanished after getting a ride home from a friend in May 2017; and Nancy Moyer, a 36-year-old mother of two, who disappeared from her home in 2009.
A Utah mom of two vanished without a trace — but suspicion soon turned to her husband and his father in a case that gives new meaning to the term dysfunctional family. Susan Cox Powell married her husband Josh Powell when the two were both young. The couple appeared blissfully happy, but by the time Susan disappeared in 2009, the happy façade had begun to crack. A source of tension for the couple was Susan’s father-in-law Steve Powell’s obsession with her and his unwanted sexual advances. The four-hour Oxygen special, hosted by Bauer, includes shocking new interviews, scandalous never-before seen videos, and an intimidate look at the Powell family all leading to a shocking and horrific conclusion no one expected.
On an unseasonably warm Sunday afternoon in December 2011, 23-year-old Phoenix Coldon backed out of the driveway of her Spanish Lake, Missouri home and was never seen by her family again. Her car was later found abandoned in a crime-ridden area of East St. Louis but there was no sign of Coldon. There were few clues to the 23-year-old’s whereabouts, but the years that followed revealed Coldon was living a secret double life. In Oxygen’s two-part special event, investigative journalist Shawndrea Thomas and retired deputy police chief Joe Delia delve into Coldon’s final months before she disappeared, uncovering multiple boyfriends, a secret cell phone, and more as they try to determine whether the 23-year-old willingly disappeared on her own or if she met a more sinister end.
Jehovah’s Witnesses commit their lives to Jehovah, or God, and use their own governing body to guide their daily lives — but some of the organization's policies and practices could potentially help conceal child sex abuse and allow alleged offenders to continue to abuse child victims for years. In this two-part investigative special, investigative journalist Trey Bundy meets with child abuse survivors, an attorney committed to seeking justice, and former leaders of the organization to expose the religion’s policies on child abuse claims and reveal its impact on those most affected by the alleged abuse.
On Dec. 6, 2014, Jessica Chambers, a 19-year-old former cheerleader, was set on fire in her car as it was parked off a rural highway in the small town of Courtland, Mississippi where she had grown up. Chambers was able to get out of the car and walk to the road where first responders described seeing what looked like a “zombie” as the badly burned 19-year-old stumbled toward them. Witnesses say she may have mumbled a clue about her killer before she was taken to the hospital, where she died a short time later. The investigation into her murder would reveal Chambers had her own dark secrets, but it would also spark racial tensions in the small town community after Quinton Tellis was arrested and charged with the murder. This Oxygen series directed by Joe Berlinger includes unprecedented access to Chambers’ parents, Tellis’ family, first responders, and local journalists who covered the case as Tellis was tried, and then re-tried for the crime. But is the right man on trial or is the real killer still at large?
In the dead of the night, eight people were shot “execution-style” in a brutal family massacre that left a small rural Ohio town reeling and questioning who could have carried out the cold-blooded murder of an entire family. For more than two years, they were no answers until a shocking series of arrests of another prominent family in Piketon suggested a possible growing feud between two families, who had once been close friends. In this Oxygen special, legal analyst Beth Karas revisits the disturbing crime from the initial frantic 911 call to the arrests and pre-trial hearings through interviews with local community members, journalists, and law enforcement officers, who reveal family secrets and possible motives in the shocking case.
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