A two-part investigation into stalking is featured, including the victims, the stalkers, the dangers, the long-term psychological damage, and efforts by actress Pauley Perrette to update stalking laws in the age of social media.
It was a case where nothing was as it seemed. When holistic physician Teresa Sievers was brutally murdered inside her Florida home, authorities would find clues to the crime in Missouri, 1100 miles away. Erin Moriarty reports.
The bizarre case of Jake Nolan, who says his psychiatrist cousin Dr. Pamela Buchbinder manipulated him into trying to kill Dr. Michael Weiss, her ex-boyfriend, while the two doctors were battling for custody of their young son.
Det. Lex de Man was on the trail of "The Family" cult leader, Anne Hamilton-Byrne and her husband, when he got a tip that they were in New York. With the help of the FBI, he found them in the Catskills and escorted them home. Peter Van Sant reports.
"The Family," formed in Australia in 1963 by former yoga teacher Anne Hamilton-Byrne, was an apocalyptic cult with some 500 followers and over two dozen children. The children, now adults, tell harrowing stories of child abuse. Peter Van Sant reports.
When Angie Dodge was killed in 1996, police used a public DNA database to find a match to the crime scene DNA. Their efforts backfired when an innocent man named Michael Usry Jr. was found to be a partial match and he became a suspect. Anne-Marie Green reports.
Despite multiple investigations, Kay Wenal's 2008 murder remains unsolved with still no suspect and no motive for the crime. But detectives believe someone out there knows something that can help police crack this case. Erin Moriarty reports.
In a story of race, money and celebrity, O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of killing ex-wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman in 1995. Now free after serving nine years for armed robbery many wonder if he will live out his life quietly. James Brown reports.
A brutal 2008 homicide in Omaha leaves detectives puzzled until another killing five years later reveals a link between all the murders. Police track clues to a local hospital and wonder whether a doctor could be a killer.
In a 1976 ambush in a mansion owned by Texas oilman Cullen Davis, his estranged wife Priscilla was wounded and Priscilla's daughter and boyfriend were killed. Tried for the crime, Cullen Davis was acquitted.
Before her sudden 2016 death, true-crime writer Michelle McNamara, wife of comedian Patton Oswalt, was obsessed with trying to find the serial killer she named "the Golden State Killer" who terrorized Californians between 1979-1986.
In 1990, 8-year-old Jennifer Schuett was abducted from her home and survived a vicious attack in which she was raped and had her throat slashed. Nearly 20 years later, forensic technology helped find her assailant.
In 2015, David Temple's conviction and life sentence for his wife's 1999 murder were overturned because the state withheld evidence from the defense. Richard Schlesinger reports whether Temple will be detained or the charges against him dropped.
What began as a missing persons' case in the late summer of 2016 became the astounding story of serial killer Todd Kohlhepp. To avoid the death penalty, the former real estate broker pled guilty to seven murders.
Twenty years after Gianni Versace's 1997 murder at his Miami Beach mansion, it remains a mystery if he knew his killer, Andrew Cunanan, who murdered four other men—but committed suicide before police could capture him.
With Julie Kibuishi dead in Sam Herr's apartment and Sam nowhere to be found, police thought he had killed her. But Sam's father refused to believe that Sam was guilty and led detectives to another suspect : a friend of Sam's, who, it seemed, knew more.
The murder of 81-year old Marjorie Nugent by her younger companion Bernie Tiede captured the imagination of filmmaker Richard Linklater, who turned it into the 2011 movie "Bernie." But as Linklater later learned, he, too, would become part of the plot.
Shelley Mook, a young Tennessee mother, was last seen by her 6-year-old daughter entering the home of ex-husband Tyler Mook. But with no body, no crime scene and no hard evidence, police couldn't make the case against him. Michelle Miller reports.
Sophia Putney-Wilcox's relationship with her high-school boyfriend Adam Shigwadja had become so abusive that he had been arrested once for threatening her with a knife. But nothing the court could do to separate them worked—until all hell broke loose.
Two SUVs and a motorcycle race down a Texas highway. In this high-speed chase between both the wife and mistress of Bill Hall, his life would hinge on a U-turn and detectives would have to decide if this was reckless driving or murder.
For this serial rapist, it was all about control and fear. To avoid capture, he spread his net wide, choosing his victims from all over the Denver area. Now, he was about to be outsmarted by a pair of female detectives from different police departments.