Marcus s biological father, Anthony Rogers, speaks with Josh Mankiewicz about meeting his son for the first time, and about the new relationship they are forging.
The mystery letter raises questions about the CIA and Marie's murder. Her family wonders if the Agency had anything to do with it. Eight years pass and finally, FBI Agent Rick Haidle reopens the case. Maybe advances in DNA technology will make the difference.
Eighteen years after Marie's murder, Andre goes on trial. Marcus agrees to take the stand and talks about the day he saw his stepfather choking his mother. Andre himself takes the stand to proclaim his innocence. Who will the jury believe?
Andre decides to post fliers at Dockweiler Beach and gives one to a perfect stranger. That man finds Marie's car within seconds of leaving the beach and calls the police. Marie's body is found in the trunk. At first, Andre is the prime suspect -- but then Marie's family receives an anonymous letter.
Marie's husband searches for her. The police start investigating. The FBI does too, looking for signs of espionage. Marie's eight-year-old son, Marcus, remembers 'missing' fliers posted around his neighborhood.
There's a DNA hit and the suspect is Marie's husband, Andre. Marie's son, Marcus Singleton, struggles with a secret he's kept for years. Will he be the star witness against his stepfather?
In the Fall of 1994, Marie Singleton was a newlywed. She and her new husband Andre had four beautiful children. They also had successful jobs -- though Marie's was a secret. When she suddenly vanished, it begged the question -- did her job as an undercover CIA employee put her in harm's way?
Josh Mankiewicz shares his thoughts about tonight's all-new Dateline report, 'Missing Marie.' Dateline airs tonight at 8/7c.
Andre reports his wife, Marie, as a missing person.
Hear more from Andre as he takes the stand and tries to convince the jury of his innocence.
When Marie Singleton -- a wife, mother and businesswomen -- suddenly vanished, authorities wondered if she was a runaway, a victim of crime, or something else? Her secret job in the CIA was revealed, and her son was forced to confront a dark secret of his own. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
The police don't have enough to charge Waseem Daker with murder, but they arrest him for stalking Lottie Spencer. He is convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Nick Smith is grown now, but still holds the memory of the masked man who attacked him, and took his mother's life. The police begin their investigation with few clues, but Waseem Daker soon becomes their focus.
Ten years after the murder of Karmen Smith, Waseem Daker is released from prison. As Lottie Spencer worries about her one-time stalker, one investigator, who never gave up on the case, finally finds the smoking gun that sends Waseem Daker back to court to be tried for murder.
When Waseem Daker is convicted for murder, Lottie Spencer is initially relieved. But she suddenly has second thoughts and does something that will turn the entire case upside down.