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Who Killed Little Mama?

S3/EP7 |
Aired: January 18, 2020
When an elderly, free spirit comes into a large sum of money she is mercilessly attacked to within an inch of her life. Investigators uncover a twisted trail of addiction, brutality and betrayal with a surprise killer in plain sight. 43:54

Killer Friends

S3/EP6 |
Aired: January 11, 2020
After a divorced mother is found murdered in her home, police discover she had an unusual array of people involved in her life. In order to figure out if one of them was her killer they must separate truth from lies. 43:54

The Kill Club

S3/EP5 |
Aired: January 4, 2020
A beloved member of the local community is brutally murdered with part of his body apparently taken as a souvenir by the killer. Detectives try to make sense of this horrifying crime despite conflicting stories and a possible false confession. 43:54

She Never Came Home

S3/EP4 |
Aired: December 28, 2019
When 19-year-old Kenia disappears, her family immediately begins conducting their own investigation to find her. As the police join them in their efforts, they follow alarming leads that cause them to believe Kenia won't be found alive. 43:54

A Killer App

S3/EP3 |
Aired: December 21, 2019
A crazed rideshare app driver goes on a seven-hour shooting spree, killing six people and critically injuring two. He claims the app took over his body and made him do it, while those suffering the loss of loved ones struggle to understand why. 43:54

Vanished In The Night

S3/EP2 |
Aired: December 14, 2019
After getting a call that a wife and mother had been missing for 10 years, sheriffs launch an investigation that uncovers a threesome relationship, an eerie deathbed confession, and a web of lies spanning a decade that leads them to the truth. 43:54

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Former Deputy Describes Finding Body Of Missing Indiana Teen
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Former Deputy Describes Finding Body Of Missing Indiana Teen

S3/EP8 At 7:45 p.m. on November 2, 2009 in Rockport, Indiana, Ryan Shelby calls 911 dispatch to report that his stepdaughter, 15-year-old Alexis "Lexi" Oesterle, is missing. He claims the last time he saw or heard from her was the day prior, and that the last person to see her alive was Oesterle's mother, Jessica Oesterle. Spencer County Sheriff's Office former deputy Jason Dunsworth arrives at the residence and examines Alexis' bedroom. Noticing her window is partially open, he checks the backyard and finds the body of a young girl.
Remembering Ethel Adamson
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Remembering Ethel Adamson

S3/EP7 Vickie Hodges remembers her fallen friend, Ethel Adamson. Adamson "grew up hard but gentle," and Hodges says she knew how to pinch a penny as well as give it away if need be. Adamson was bludgeoned to death in April 2013 by her own son, Lee Watts, for money.
Investigating The Murder Of Ethel Adamson
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Investigating The Murder Of Ethel Adamson

S3/EP7 Clarksville Police Department Sergeant Eric Ewing reflects on the interview process he took while investigating the murder of Ethel Adamson, a 60-year-old mother who was bludgeoned to death. "It's almost like mental chess game when you're in the interview room working with this person to convince them to tell on themselves," Ewing says.
Man Bludgeons His Mother To Death
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Man Bludgeons His Mother To Death

S3/EP7 Director of Victim Witness Services Lee Ekerman-Caira and Assistant District Attorney Robert Nash reflect on the murder of Ethel Adamson, a 60-year-old woman who was bludgeoned to death by her own son, Lee Watts. Her skull had been crushed by blunt force trauma, and her injuries were significant.
Missing 15-Year-Old Found Murdered In Backyard
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Missing 15-Year-Old Found Murdered In Backyard

S3/EP8 After a sheriff’s deputy discovers missing 15-year-old Alexis “Lexi” Oesterle murdered in the backyard of her family home, investigators must determine whether the victim was killed by a mysterious driver seen lingering outside the house, or someone unexpected.
Remembering Ethel Adamson | Criminal Confessions [307]
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Remembering Ethel Adamson | Criminal Confessions [307]

Remembering Ethel Adamson
Vickie Hodges remembers her fallen friend, Ethel Adamson. Adamson "grew up hard but gentle," and Hodges says she knew how to pinch a penny as well as give it away if need be. Adamson was bludgeoned to death in April 2013 by her own son, Lee Watts, for money.

Man Bludgeons His Mother To Death
Director of Victim Witness Services Lee Ekerman-Caira and Assistant District Attorney Robert Nash reflect on the murder of Ethel Adamson, a 60-year-old woman who was bludgeoned to death by her own son, Lee Watts. Her skull had been crushed by blunt force trauma, and her injuries were significant.

Investigating The Murder Of Ethel Adamson
Clarksville Police Department Sergeant Eric Ewing reflects on the interview process he took while investigating the murder of Ethel Adamson, a 60-year-old mother who was bludgeoned to death. "It's almost like mental chess game when you're in the interview room working with this person to convince them to tell on themselves," Ewing says.

Who Killed Ethel Adamson?
"When Ethel Adamson, an elderly, free spirit, comes into a large sum of money she is mercilessly attacked to within an inch of her life. Investigators uncover a twisted trail of addiction, brutality and betrayal with a surprise killer in plain sight."

Interviewing Suspect In Ethel Adamson's Murder
Sergeant Richard Duke discusses interviewing suspect Lee Watts in connection to Ethel Adamson's murder. Adamson was brutally bludgeoned in August 2013, and she died days later at the hospital from her injuries. She resided in the quiet Nashville suburb of Clarksville, Tennessee, and she was found beaten at her home.
Who Was Patricia Dresser?
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Who Was Patricia Dresser?

S3/EP6 Kathy Hall and Saundra Wren, friends of murder victim Patricia Dresser, recalls their relationships with the slain Indiana mother. Dresser was found deceased at her home in Greenfield, Indiana home on Oct. 13, 2016. It was later discovered she had been strangled to death with a the sash from a robe by her handyman and son's friend, Spencer Spielman.
Car Of Murder Victim Spotted In Indiana
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Car Of Murder Victim Spotted In Indiana

S3/EP6 Duane Davis, the ex-boyfriend and close friend of murder victim Patricia Dresser, remembers how he spotted her stolen car in the hours following her killing. Davis called 911 and tailed the car until police were able to make the traffic stop. Dresser's handyman, Spencer Spielman, was behind the wheel, and a man, Brandon Humphries, was in the passenger seat.
Greenfield Community Shocked By Mom's Murder
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Greenfield Community Shocked By Mom's Murder

S3/EP6 Those involved in the case of Patricia Dresser, a mother who was strangled to death by her son's friend, Spencer Spielman, discuss the community of Greenfield, Indiana, where Dresser lived at the time of her murder. Dresser was found deceased at her home on Oct. 13, 2016.
Interviewing Suspect Lee Watts
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Interviewing Suspect Lee Watts

S3/EP7 Sergeant Richard Duke discusses interviewing suspect Lee Watts in connection to Ethel Adamson's murder. Adamson was brutally bludgeoned in August 2013, and she died days later at the hospital from her injuries. She resided in the quiet Nashville suburb of Clarksville, Tennessee, and she was found beaten at her home.
Who Killed Ethel Adamson?
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Who Killed Ethel Adamson?

S3/EP7 When Ethel Adamson, an elderly, free spirit, comes into a large sum of money she is mercilessly attacked to within an inch of her life. Investigators uncover a twisted trail of addiction, brutality and betrayal with a surprise killer in plain sight.
Detectives Discuss Establishing An Interview Style
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Detectives Discuss Establishing An Interview Style

S3/EP5 Edmond Police Department Detective Mark Oak and Detective F. Marion Cain discuss how they establish their interview styles. Both Oak and Cain interviewed suspects in the murder of Dwite Morgan, a 54-year-old homeless man who went by the name ""Bicycle Bob."" The detectives learned that Morgan had been senselessly killed by 19-year-old Connor Mason, who wanted to start a ""killing club"" with his friends.
Residents Remember Slain Edmond Homeless Man Dwite Morgan
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Residents Remember Slain Edmond Homeless Man Dwite Morgan

S3/EP5 Residents and business owners from Edmond, Oklahoma, remember 54-year-old Dwite Morgan, who went by the name ""Bicycle Bob."" Morgan was bludgeoned and stabbed to death on Oct. 18, 2009 by Connor Mason, 19, who then cut off Morgan's finger and gave it as a ""love offering"" to his ex-girlfriend, Heather Holden (Parker).
What Happened To 'Bicycle Bob'?
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What Happened To 'Bicycle Bob'?

S3/EP5 Detective Mark Oak discusses interviewing Travis Jim, who reported finding the body of 54-year-old homeless man Dwite Morgan (""Bicycle Bob"") in an alleyway in Edmond, Oklahoma. Jim, who was also homeless, had become friends with Morgan after running into him at a free breakfast program run by the First Christian Church.
Missing Indiana Mother's Car Spotted
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Missing Indiana Mother's Car Spotted

S3/EP6 When first responders arrive at the scene of deceased Indiana mother Patricia Dresser's home, they find that her vehicle — a blue Ford Taurus — is missing. The following day, the car is spotted, and investigators pull over two men.
Mother Found Murdered In Indiana Home
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Mother Found Murdered In Indiana Home

S3/EP6 After divorced mother Patricia Dresser is found murdered in her home, police discovered she had an unusual array of people involved in her life. In order to figure out if one of them was her killer, they must separate truth from lies.