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Wanda Haithcock

S28/EP4 |
Aired: 09/27/2020
When the body of a beloved father is discovered abandoned in a South Carolina home, detectives uncover a toxic love affair with deadly consequences. 43:52

Celestine Payne

S28/EP3 |
Aired: 09/20/2020
The identity of a Jane Doe found dead in a New Jersey park holds the key to unravelling a tangled web of fraud and murder that spanned years and pulled in multiple victims along the way. 43:52

Barbara Cameron

S28/EP2 |
Aired: 09/13/2020
Death hits close to home when a Mississippi father of four is brutally killed on his own front porch. Soon a mother and son turn against one another as detectives work to untangle a murky tale of “he said she said” to close in on a killer. 43:52

Karina Rafter

S28/EP1 |
Aired: 09/06/2020
While investigating the tragic murder of a devoted father in Virginia, detectives must work their way through several disturbing theories and contentious family dynamics to get to the heart-breaking truth. 43:52

Sante Kimes

S27/EP22 |
Aired: 08/30/2020
The mysterious disappearance of an elderly New York socialite is the catalyst for the nationwide investigation into an unusual con duo, who treasure a luxurious way of life above all else, resulting in one of the biggest cases New York has ever seen. 43:52

William Rouse

S27/EP23 |
Aired: 08/23/2020
The truth behind the brutal deaths of a prominent and wealthy couple in Libertyville, IL, remains dormant until 15 years later, when a new police task force exposes a murderer that let money remove their sense of consequence. 43:52

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Who Killed Kenneth Wayne Coates?
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Who Killed Kenneth Wayne Coates?

S28/EP4 Those close to the case of Wanda Haithcock, who was convicted in the fatal shooting of her ex-boyfriend, Kenneth Wayne Coates, discuss the investigation and trial. While her first trial ended in a hung jury, Haithcock was found guilty of murder in her second trial and sentenced to 30 years behind bars.
Who Was Kenneth Wayne Coates?
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Who Was Kenneth Wayne Coates?

S28/EP4 Kenny Coates, the son of murder victim Kenneth Wayne Coates, discusses the case and investigation. Wayne was murdered by his ex-girlfriend, Wanda Haithcock, and his body was found in an abandoned home in Conway, South Carolina on Jan. 24, 2001. Haithcock was sentenced to 30 years in prison without the possibility of parole.
The Case Of Wanda Haithcock
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The Case Of Wanda Haithcock

S28/EP4 Bert von Herrmann, the former Horry County First Assistant Solicitor, opens up about the case of Wanda Haithcock, who was convicted in the fatal shooting of her ex-boyfriend, Kenneth Wayne Coates. Coates was found deceased by a local artist in an abandoned home in Conway, South Carolina on Jan. 24, 2001.
An Exclusive First Look At 'Snapped' Season 28, Episode 4
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An Exclusive First Look At 'Snapped' Season 28, Episode 4

S28/EP4 When the body of beloved father Kenneth Wayne Coates, Sr. is discovered abandoned in a Conway, South Carolina home, detectives uncover a toxic love affair with deadly consequences. Could Wanda Haithcock be connected to the case, and what was she hiding from investigators?
The Case Of Celestine Payne
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The Case Of Celestine Payne

S28/EP3 Retired chief assistant prosecutor Bill Purdy recalls the murder case of Celestine Payne. "The motive in this case was obviously there, and it's kind of sad. These insurance policies weren't a lot of money. That someone would actually kill someone, bash them over the head with a crowbar, for $25,000 is very sad," Purdy says.
Who Was Tara Carter?
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Who Was Tara Carter?

S28/EP3 Rosie Carter, the sister of Tara Carter, recalls the case of Celestine Payne. Tara's body was found on the morning of March 4, 1995 by two joggers at Eastside Park in Paterson, New Jersey. Celestine was later convicted in the young woman's slaying, and she was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.
Who Is Celestine Payne?
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Who Is Celestine Payne?

S28/EP3 Those close the murder case of Celestine Payne discuss the investigation and court proceedings. Payne took a plea deal and was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for two counts of first-degree murder. "It was certainly challenging to put together a death penalty case," says retired chief assistant prosecutor Bill Purdy.
An Exclusive First Look At 'Snapped' Season 28, Episode 3
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An Exclusive First Look At 'Snapped' Season 28, Episode 3

S28/EP3 The identity of a Jane Doe found dead in a Paterson, New Jersey park on March 4, 1995 holds the key to unravelling a tangled web of fraud and murder that spanned years and pulled in multiple victims along the way. What happened to the unidentified teenager, and how did she end up at Eastside Park?
Who Was Barbara Cameron?
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Who Was Barbara Cameron?

S28/EP2 Cassie Daniels, the daughter of murder victim Clyde Daniels II, discusses her father's relationship with his girlfriend Barbara Cameron. On the morning of Jan. 20, 2009, Cameron called 911, and responding officers found Daniels gunned down on his front porch. Cameron later pleaded guilty to Clyde's murder and was sentenced to life in prison.
Who Killed Clyde Daniels II?
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Who Killed Clyde Daniels II?

S28/EP2 Former Pearl River County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Shane Tucker discusses the case of Clyde Daniels II, who was murdered by his girlfriend, Barbara Cameron. When deputies arrived at the crime scene, Cameron said she had found Daniels dead on the front porch. She later pleaded guilty to the slaying and was sentenced to life in prison.
The Murder Of Clyde Daniels II
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The Murder Of Clyde Daniels II

S28/EP2 Pearl River County Sheriff’s Captain Shane Edgar and others close to the case of Barbara Cameron discuss the investigation and court proceedings. Cameron, who pleaded guilty to the murder of her boyfriend, Clyde Daniels II, was ultimately sentenced to life in prison for the 2009 slaying.
Karina Rafter's Daughter Discusses Murder Case
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Karina Rafter's Daughter Discusses Murder Case

S28/EP1 Maja Parrish, the daughter of Karina Rafter, recalls her mother's murder case and trial. At her final sentencing hearing, Parrish was able to read a victim impact statement to her mother. Rafter was found guilty of first-degree murder for killing her estranged husband and Parrish's father, John R. Rafter Jr.
The Case Of Karina Rafter
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The Case Of Karina Rafter

S28/EP1 Those close to the case of Karina Rafter discuss the investigation and trial. Karina was found guilty of first-degree murder for the killing of her estranged husband, John R. Rafter Jr., who was shot to death in his bed in 2016. Karina was sentenced to 23 years in prison for the murder.
The Murder Of John R. Rafter Jr.
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The Murder Of John R. Rafter Jr.

S28/EP1 Prosecutor Susan Parrish recalls the case of Karina Rafter, who was found guilty of the first-degree murder of her estranged husband, John Richard Rafter Jr. His body was discovered in his bed with a shotgun wound to the head by his teenage son on the morning of December 9, 2016.
Exclusive First Look From 'Snapped,' Season 28, Episode 2
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Exclusive First Look From 'Snapped,' Season 28, Episode 2

S28/EP2 In an exclusive first look at "Snapped" season 28, episode two, death hits close to home when Mississippi father of four Clyde Daniels is brutally killed on his own front porch. Soon, a mother and son turn against one another as detectives work to untangle a murky tale of “he said she said” to close in on a killer.
Who Is Kenny Kimes?
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Who Is Kenny Kimes?

S27/EP22 Maria Zone, a former producer for Court TV, discusses the case of Sante Kimes and her son, Kenny Kimes. She said that during her interview with Kenny, he was evasive and did not want to answer questions. Kenny then stopped the interview and asked Zone to get him something to eat. When she came back, he grabbed her and whispered, "This is a hostage situation."