An exclusive prison interview with Timothy McVeigh. He describes how events in his personal life, and in the ever-changing world around him, inspired him to take action against his fellow Americans. Also: survivors of the bombing.
On April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh, a 26-year-old U.S. army veteran, detonates a truck bomb outside the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, claiming the lives of 168 innocent people.
For nine months, in 2002, 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart is the most famous missing child in America. Kidnapped by Brian David Mitchell, she was forced up into a hiding spot in the mountains behind her home, assaulted and forced to be his second "wife." Following the harrowing of her nine month ordeal, including the multiple trips they took to Salt Lake City where she was hidden in plain sight. And the unbelievable end, one of the most incredible kidnapping recoveries in U.S. history.
On June 5th, 2002, Elizabeth Smart is kidnapped from her Salt Lake City home, snatched from her bed at knifepoint by a mysterious man in the middle of the night. To the public it seemed as if she had vanished into thin air, but she was actually taken by Brian David Mitchell, a 48-year-old pedophile. A look at the unbelievable nine month saga with its unforeseeable twists and turns, a police investigation that went sideways, and a family fighting to keep hope alive.
Five college students are found brutally murdered in Gainesville, Florida. However, it takes investigators months – and the discovery of a campsite, a screwdriver and an audiotape - before they can identify who the serial killer was.
Behind the scenes of Selena's red hot career, ambitions, and tragic demise. Rare interviews include her close friend and co-fashion designer, the back-up singer in her band, and a nurse who spoke to Selena and her killer just before she died.
Aaron Hernandez is a star player for the New England Patriots, and at the young age of 23 is set up for greatness. But less than a year later, a body is found riddled with bullets only a short distance from Hernandez's home. Forensic evidence and surveillance footage from the night of the murder, examined in detail in this program, soon tie Hernandez to the crime scene
Part One: Jodi Arias is a pretty, small town waitress and aspiring photographer. Travis Alexander is a handsome, devout Mormon, and successful businessman. Months after their sexually charged romance began, Travis was found brutally murdered in his shower at home. When police find a camera at the scene depicting his murder, a prime suspect comes into view.
Examining the factors that led to the crash that killed John F. Kennedy Jr. and a never-before-seen interview with a person who may have been the last person to speak to JFK Jr., moments before the crash.