Nightmare Next Door

  • 2011
  • 6 Seasons
  • TV-14

Murder cases set in small American towns are detailed.

Ex-Lover is Questioned in Millionaire Found Brutally Murdered

Lance Herndon was living the American dream in Roswell GA, until the millionaire is found brutally murdered. While this upper class town is reeling from the vicious killing, behind the gates of their upscale communities – investigators find a twisted web.

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Police Question Woman Whose Ex-Husband Comes To Blows With Her New Partner
01:34 — When John Kowalczyk is shot dead, rumors fly in the quiet town of Vienna, VA. Friends can’t imagine who would murder the successful entrepreneur. But (more…)
How Did These Two Men Find A Woman's Dead Body When Police Couldn't?
03:02 — A wife vanishes and her naked body is found dumped in the woods days later. Detectives jump-start a manhunt for her depraved killer.
Cops Question Neighbors About A Brutal Murder
02:01 — Cop questions neighbors about a brutal murder.
Interrogating The Parents Who Found Their Dead Son
02:28 — 39-year-old, Michael Zammitti, Jr., has it all: a loving family, a thriving business, and a comfortable home. But when that life is shattered, police (more…)
The Disappearance Of Popular College Freshman Katherine Foster
00:46 — When 18-year-old freshman Katherine Foster goes missing, terror strikes the heart of the University of South Alabama. Has she been abducted? Raped? Is (more…)
The Moment This Mother Knew Something Wasn't Right With Her Missing Daughter
01:18 — When Shelley Nance is found stabbed to death, the shocking murder sends the community of Lake Highlands, Texas into a panic. Friends are stunned as po (more…)
Does The Family Know Who Did This To Her?
01:40 — Does the family know who did this to her?
Newlywed Wife Reports Airman Husband Missing
02:27 — When Staff Sgt. Michael Severance goes AWOL the community of San Angelo rallies around his new bride. But there is something more sinister behind his (more…)
Female Student Hears Gunshots On Campus
01:25 — When 18-year-old freshman Katherine Foster goes missing, terror strikes the heart of the University of South Alabama. Has she been abducted? Raped? Is (more…)
Having Faith
01:03 — Jennifer Perroto, mother of murder victim Audrey, shares how she dealt with such a tragic loss; Officer Mark Sokolovich encourages families of victims (more…)
Be Proactive
01:02 — Officer Mark Revette and Detective Richard Sypek give advice on being proactive and using your instincts when faced in a dangerous situation; Lori De (more…)
Recovering from Covering a Murder
01:12 — Peter Page explains why he stopped covering murders after the Kristin Huggins case.
Did Neighbors Witness a Murderer for Hire?
03:30 — Two neighbors report seeing the same suspicious man immediately after another neighbor was killed.
The Killer Leaves DNA Evidence
01:55 — When police discover Bob Eidman's secret life, they expose a slew of suspects with the motive for murder.
Body Discovered in Woods
02:03 — Murder in the small, snowbound town of Bangor, Michigan sent shivers up citizens' spines.
Seek Help
01:22 — This family saught comfort in their loss by seeking help and finding a way to forgive.

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