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Making Connections

S1/EP2 |
Aired: 03/29/2020
Bob examines the case’s sensational theories, develops a criminal profile, and seeks permission from the West Memphis Three for new DNA testing. Then, after an exclusive interview related to the case, Bob narrows his focus in his hunt for the truth. 1:27:34

A Notorious Crime

S1/EP1 |
Aired: 03/28/2020
Bob explores the original case’s flaws to lay the groundwork for his evidence-driven investigation. Then, after determining the boys’ final movements, Bob meets with a DNA expert to discuss new technology that might break the case wide open. 1:27:36

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Damien Echols And Jason Baldwin
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The Forgotten West Memphis Three

Damien Echols And Jason Baldwin

S1/EP2 Bob Ruff, an investigative podcaster and host of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three," video chats with Jason Baldwin and Damien Echols to discuss the future of the West Memphis Three case. "It's gonna have to come down to science and forensic testing," Ruff says.
Revisiting The 'West Memphis Three' Crime Scene
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Revisiting The 'West Memphis Three' Crime Scene

S1/EP2 Investigator and host of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three" documentary special Bob Ruff and family friend David Jacoby revisits the place where the bodies of the West Memphis Three victims were found in 1993. Jacoby recalls noticing muddy footprints on the pipe bridge where the victims' bikes were later found.
The Confession Of Jessie Misskelley Jr.
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The Confession Of Jessie Misskelley Jr.

S1/EP2 Bob Ruff, an investigative podcaster and host of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three," discusses the confession of Jessie Misskelley Jr., who admitted — and later recanted — to being involved with the 1993 murders of three 8-year-old boys in West Memphis, Arkansas.
Aunt Remembers Stevie Branch
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Aunt Remembers Stevie Branch

S1/EP2 JoLynn Hicks, the aunt of West Memphis Three murder victim Stevie Branch, sits down with Bob Ruff, an investigator and host of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three." Hicks, who is the sister of Stevie's mother, Pam Hicks, remembers Stevie as a happy child. Hicks said, however, that Branch was afraid of his stepfather, Terry Hobbs.
Injuries On The 'West Memphis Three' Victims
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Injuries On The 'West Memphis Three' Victims

S1/EP1 "The Forgotten West Memphis Three" host and investigator Bob Ruff meets with forensic pathologist Dr. Rebecca Hsu to discuss the autopsies of Steve "Stevie" Branch, Christopher Byers and Michael Moore, who were found dead in a West Memphis, Arkansas, drainage ditch in 1993 with multiple, brutal injuries.
Investigating The 'West Memphis Three' Case
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Investigating The 'West Memphis Three' Case

S1/EP1 Bob Ruff, the host and investigator of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three," goes through the door-to-door notes from the investigation into the West Memphis Three murders. The bodies of three 8-year-old boys, Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers and Michael Moore, were found in a West Memphis, Arkansas, bayou in 1993.
Where Were The 'West Memphis Three' Victims Found?
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Where Were The 'West Memphis Three' Victims Found?

S1/EP1 Bob Ruff, the host and investigator of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three," sits down with retired FBI Supervisory Agent Jim Clemente to analyze the crime scene location where the bodies of three 8-year-olds — Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers and Michael Moore — were found in a West Memphis, Arkansas, drainage ditch in 1993.
What Happened To The 'West Memphis Three' Victims?
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What Happened To The 'West Memphis Three' Victims?

S1/EP1 Forensic pathologist Dr. Rebecca Hsu meets with "The Forgotten West Memphis Three" host and investigator Bob Ruff to go over the injuries of Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers and Michael Moore, three 8-year-old boys who were found dead in a West Memphis, Arkansas, drainage ditch in 1993 with multiple wounds.
Can M-Vac Testing Find More DNA In 'West Memphis Three' Case?
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Can M-Vac Testing Find More DNA In 'West Memphis Three' Case?

S1/EP1 Bob Ruff, the host and investigator of "The Forgotten West Memphis Three," meets with Suzanna Ryan, the laboratory director of Pure Gold Forensics, to discuss M-Vac technology. Ryan breaks down how M-Vac works and how it can collect DNA from decades-old evidence.
Pam Hicks Describes The Last Time She Saw Her Son, Stevie Branch
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The Forgotten West Memphis Three

Pam Hicks Describes The Last Time She Saw Her Son, Stevie Branch

S1/EP1 Pam Hicks, the mother of West Memphis Three victim Stevie Branch, describes the last time she saw her son on May 5, 1993. Shortly after school got out, victim Michael Moore rode his bike over to their house in "full Cub Scout uniform." “He said, ‘Can Stevie go ride with me?’" remembered Hicks.
West Memphis Since The Murders
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The Forgotten West Memphis Three

West Memphis Since The Murders

S1/EP1 Bob Ruff, investigator and host of the "Truth & Justice" podcast, talks about what became of West Memphis, Arkansas, after the 1993 murders of three 8-year-old boys, Stevie Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers. "West Memphis has been shattered and destroyed. It's been burned to the ground so to speak because of this case," Ruff said.
David Jacoby Talks About The Night The Boys Went Missing
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The Forgotten West Memphis Three

David Jacoby Talks About The Night The Boys Went Missing

S1/EP1 Family friend David Jacoby discusses the night the West Memphis Three victims, 8-year-old Stevie Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers, went missing. Jacoby remembers thinking that Branch would be found, and he has never forgotten the case. "I wish I knew what happened, but then again I don't want to know what happened," Jacoby said.
Who Killed The Forgotten West Memphis Three?
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The Forgotten West Memphis Three

Who Killed The Forgotten West Memphis Three?

S1/EP1 Host and investigator Bob Ruff explores the flaws from the original ""West Memphis Three"" case to lay the groundwork for his evidence-driven investigation. Then, after determining the boys’ final movements, Bob meets with a DNA expert to discuss new technology that might break the case wide open. Who killed Stevie Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers?
Timeline Of The West Memphis Three Victims
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Timeline Of The West Memphis Three Victims

S1/EP1 On May 5, 1993 at 2:55 p.m., West Memphis Three victim Stevie Branch was at home with his mother, Pamela Hicks. Shortly after school got out, Michael Moore rode his bike over to Stevie’s house. At about 3:40 p.m., they took off on their bikes. “We don’t know where Christopher was during that 3 to 3:30 time until I spoke with someone named Bobby Posey,” Ruff said.
Motivations For Investigating The West Memphis Case
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Motivations For Investigating The West Memphis Case

S1/EP1 Bob Ruff, investigator and host of the "Truth & Justice" podcast, discusses his motivations for investigation the case of the West Memphis Three. Overall, Ruff wants to find justice for the victims, three 8-year-old boys, Stevie Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers. "Whoever killed them is still out there walking the streets," Ruff said.