An investigation into the mysterious death of a loving mother leads authorities to uncover a diabolical plot hatched close to home.
Aired: July 7, 2019
When a household is targeted by gunfire twice in a short amount of time, investigators in rural Missouri sift through a community in search of a family’s enemies which leads them to a mastermind pulling strings.
Aired: June 30, 2019
The discovery of a victim’s burning body disrupts the peace one February night and puts investigators on the trail of an elusive criminal whose desire for financial gain led to murder.
Aired: June 23, 2019
After a well-known saddle maker passes away from an apparent heart attack, police find reason to question the natural death after rumors about drugs and embezzlement come to light.
Aired: June 16, 2019
When the body of a newlywed is spotted at the base of a cliff in Glacier National Park, local and federal authorities join forces for an investigation that will put their skills to the ultimate test.
Aired: June 9, 2019
After a beloved father vanishes, his family and the police work tirelessly for four years to find him, until a familiar witness comes forward, leading detectives to finally expose a diabolical conspiracy which may have been paid for by sexual favors.
Prosecutor Christine Callanan reflects on the murder of Julie Martin, who was smothered to death with a pillow in her own home on on February 1, 2017 as part of a murder-for-hire plot. The death was orchestrated by her daughter, Jasmine Harlee, who wanted Martin dead so she could collect insurance money on her mother's behalf.
Jay Pitts, the best friend of Julie Martin, remembers meeting her for the first time in 1989. Martin was killed on February 1, 2017 in a murder-for-hire plot orchestrated by her daughter, Jasmine Harlee. Harlee wanted Martin smothered to death with a pillow in her own bedroom so she could collect insurance money on her mother's behalf.
Gee Gee Litherland-Rhodes, the sister of Jerry Litherland, recalls the moment police informed her that Nanette Litherland was arrested for Jerry's murder. On November 8, 2009, Jerry was gunned down at his farmhouse. To this day, Gee Gee does not forgive Nanette for killing her brother. In 2016, Nanette was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Those close to the investigation of Nanette Litherland open up about the case. On November 8, 2009, Nanette's husband, Jerry Litherland, was gunned down at his farmhouse in rural Missouri. Seven years later, Nanette was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of Jerry.
Daris Almond, a criminal defense attorney for Nanette Litherland, opens about his client's trial and the murder of Nanette's husband, Jerry Litherland. Jerry, a 48-year-old truck driver, was gunned down at his farmhouse in rural Missouri. In 2016, Nanette was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole
On February 1, 2017, beloved local resident 62-year-old Julie Martin meets an unexpected death at her mobile home in Ontario, New York. An investigation into the single mother's passing leads authorities to uncover a diabolical plot hatched close to home. Was Martin's extensive medical history to blame, or was there something more sinister at play?
The Orchard Grove Mobile Home Park in Ontario, New York, is described as a quiet, tight-knit community. But on February 1, 2017, at 9:45 p.m., 62-year-old Susan Moreton and her family and friends notice something alarming. A swarm of cop cars had surrounded the residence of 62-year-old Julie Martin, who is Moreton's younger sister.
On November 8, 2009, Missouri State Highway Patrol Investigator Scott Ashby receives a phone call regarding a homicide investigation in Washington County. At the crime scene, Ashby finds the murder victim, 48-year-old Jerry Litherland, shot dead. The local truck driver's body was located inside the doorway of his farmhouse.
When a household is targeted by gunfire twice in a short amount of time, investigators in rural Missouri sift through a community in search of a family’s enemies, which leads them to a mastermind pulling strings. Who could have wanted Jerry Litherland dead?
Ruthie Ray recalls when she heard that her brother, Tony Fertitta was dead. She had recently lost her husband as well, and says she hope Cindy McKay is never released from jail. 'It's not right,' she says.
Police in Millersville, MD, happened upon what they thought was a mannequin on fire — but it was a human body. After sweeping the neighborhood they discovered Anthony Fertitta's UPS uniform in a trash bag outside an unsuspecting neighbor's house.
A couple who thought they'd never find love again found it in eachother, but dirty secrets arise from a corpse set ablaze. Investigators said they had seen a lot in their careers, but never anything like the crimes of Cindy McKay.
Attorney for Karri Willoughby, Bruce Gardner, recalls meeting with Willoughby and defending her during the trial for the murder of her stepfather, Billy Junior Shaw. In 2012, Willoughby was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison after it was discovered that she had given Junior Shaw a lethal injection of propofol.
District attorney investigator Wade Hill remembers the murder case of Billy Junior Shaw, who was killed by his stepdaughter, nurse Karri Willoughby. On April 22, 2008, Willoughby called 911 to report that Junior Shaw had suffered a potential heart attack. It was later discovered that she had given him lethal injection of propofol.