The 1984 murder of Johnnie Allbritton is still unsolved. Allbritton's daughter, Judy Robinson, pushed for the case to be reopened and to bring her siblings together. Allbritton deserves to be honored and "deserves justice," she says.
Kelly Siegler, while investigating the Brian Shookman disappearance, laments that people believe detectives have all the fictitious tools featured on shows like "CSI" when trying to solve crimes.
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?
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.
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.
Davis County Sheriff’s Department investigators inform Tiffany Mead about her ex-husband Kristopher Ertmann's murder-for-hire plot. In July 2013, Ertmann slashed Mead's throat after she escaped their allegedly emotionally abusive marriage. While Ertmann was in jail awaiting trial, he attempted to arrange her contract killing.
Nicholas Godejohn discusses his "dark side" in an exclusive interview with "Killer Couples." In 2015, Godejohn and his girlfriend at the time, Gypsy Rose Blanchard, executed the murder of Gypsy Rose's mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. Godejohn was later convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison, while Gypsy Rose pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and is currently serving a 10-year sentence.