48 Hours is an American documentary television series that airs on CBS. The series has been broadcast on the network since January 19, 1988.The series airs Saturday nights at 10 p.m. /9 p.m. as part of the network's placeholder Crimetime Saturday block; as such, the series is currently one of only two remaining first-run prime time programs airing Saturdays on the major U.S. broadcast television networks, along with Univision's Sabado Gigante. The program sometimes airs two-hour episodes or two episodes in a row on Saturday night depending on the subject involved or to counterprogram other networks.48 Hours featuring Erin Moriarty has one or more episodes streaming with subscription on CBS All Access, free on CBS, free on YouTube, and 1 other. It's a documentary and mystery show with 892 episodes over 24 seasons. 48 Hours is still airing with no announced date for the next episode or season. It has a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.4 (1,338 votes).
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S01 E01Sep 25, 2004
Written in Blood Sep 25, 2004
S01 E02Oct 2, 2004
The Ghosts of El Segundo Oct 2, 2004
S01 E03Oct 9, 2004
Dark Side of the Mesa Oct 9, 2004
S01 E04Oct 16, 2004
Who Killed Stephanie Crowe? Oct 16, 2004
S01 E05Oct 23, 2004
American Taboo Oct 23, 2004
S01 E06Oct 30, 2004
The Canal Street Brothel; On the Verge of a Verdict Oct 30, 2004
S01 E07Nov 6, 2004
Right to Kill Nov 6, 2004
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Back From the Dead Sep 24, 2005
S02 E02Oct 1, 2005
BTK: Out of the Shadows Oct 1, 2005
S02 E03Oct 8, 2005
Strange Truth Oct 8, 2005
S02 E04Oct 15, 2005
Defending Your Life Oct 15, 2005
S02 E05Jun 3, 2006
Secrets and Lies at Grapevine Lake Jun 3, 2006
S02 E06Oct 29, 2005
Scared to Death Oct 29, 2005
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Jeffrey MacDonald: Time for Truth Nov 5, 2005
S11 E01Apr 30, 1998
Never Forget I Apr 30, 1998 A body unidentified for 30 years. A 15-year-old murder that had a suspect, but not enough evidence for trial. A murder victim whose killer was never found. All three of these cases have one thing in common: new technology is helping to unlock their secrets, bringing relief to worried family members and justice to the criminals. CBS News 48 Hours shows, in three dramatic stories, how new technology is helping investigators solve old crimes, mysteries that were once thought to be unsolveable.They include the identification of a dead woman known only as "Tent Girl," the unsolved murder of a teenager from a quiet town, and the shotgun death of a college student.The Story of Tent Girl: How the Web helped solve a 30-year-old case.The Telltale Shotgun Shell: Scientists try to solve a 15-year-old murder.Who Killed Laura Long?: DNA tests may warm up a murderer's cold trail.
S11 E02May 7, 1998
Revenge May 7, 1998 If you've ever caught your mate cheating, dealt with a rude salesperson, or just had a parking space swiped, you've probably fantasized about the sublime joy of getting even. Maybe you've even experienced it. CBS News 48 Hours takes a look at this powerful emotion. Why is it so tempting? And how should you deal with the often-overwhelming desire to stick it to your fellow humans?
S11 E03May 14, 1998
Who's My Mommy? May 14, 1998 Is it possible to have five parents? With the latest in fertility technology, the answer is yes. But what happens when those people don't agree on who should have custody? That's exactly what happened in the case of little JayCee Buzzanca. CBS News 48 Hours takes a look at this unbelievable case, and some of the controversies surrounding fertility treatments.
S11 E04May 28, 1998
Uproar in Wenatchee May 28, 1998 In most ways, Wenatchee is an unremarkable place, a quiet town of 30,000 nestled in central Washington state. But three years ago, Wenatchee was rocked by allegations that scores of adults there had been part of a conspiracy to sexually abuse children. The case resulted in numerous convictions. Now, many observers are arguing that prosecutors and investigators badly overstepped their bounds, coercing children into making accusations and railroading people into prison. Many of the convictions have been overturned, and the city is being sued.CBS News 48 Hours takes a look at one of the most compelling chapters in the Wenatchee chronicle, the story of Sam Doggett's battle to clear her parents' name.In conjunction with the program, CBS.com examines some of the questions surrounding the issue of child sexual abuse.
S11 E05Jun 11, 1998
Princess Diana: Investigating Tragedy Jun 11, 1998 It has been exactly a year since Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and their driver, Henri Paul, were killed in a horrific car crash in a Paris tunnel. But there are still many unanswered questions about the circumstances surrounding the accident. Monday night, CBS.com, in conjunction with CBS News 48 Hours, took a look at some of the issues.Among the people interviewed:Kes Wingfield, one of the two bodyguards protecting Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed the night of the crash. He tells 48 Hours that he testified to French authorities that two bodyguards were not enough that evening. On the morning of August 30th, Wingfield said he called Mohammed Al Fayed's security headquarters in London requesting more bodyguards, but the request was denied.Rene Delorm, butler and longtime confidant of Dodi Fayed. Speaking for the first time on American television, Delorm says that around the time of the accident, Dodi was becoming increasingly angry at the intrusions of the paparazzi. Did Dodi order his driver, Henri Paul, to speed up to escape the paparazzi the night of the crash? Delorm thinks not, saying that Dodi wanted only to protect Diana.
S11 E06Jun 29, 1998
Free To Kill Jun 29, 1998 CBS News 48 Hours examines the case of Kenneth McDuff, a man who was given an extra chance and used it to kill again. In 1966 McDuff, then 20, brutally murdered three innocent teenagers in his hometown of Rosebud, Texas. He was caught, convicted and sentenced to death. But McDuff got lucky, with dire consequences for others. First, in 1972, the Supreme Court declared capital punishment unconstitutional, sparing McDuff. Then, in 1989, McDuff was paroled from prison. He returned to Rosebud. After he pulled a knife on someone, he was sent back to prison. He was paroled once more. This time he went on to kill at least two others: Between late 1991 and early 1992, he kidnapped and killed two young women, Colleen Reed and Melissa Ann Northrup. He was convicted of the latter crime in 1993 and was sentenced to death. Authorities suspect that he may have killed as many as 14 other women as well. In November 1998, McDuff was executed by injection in Huntsville, Texas. His last words: "I'm ready to be released. Release me." But the question remains: Why was he ever let out?
S11 E07Jul 9, 1998
Eyewitness Jul 9, 1998 Is seeing really believing? Eyewitness testimony can be a decisive factor in a courtroom, but what a witness sees - or more precisely, remembers seeing - is not always what really happened. In "Eyewitness," CBS News 48 Hours examines how faded memories can jam the wheels of justice, convicting the innocent and allowing the guilty to go free.Consider the following situations:Dale and Ronnie Mahan: Two Alabama brothers were convicted of kidnap and rape, largely on the basis of compelling eyewitness testimony from the victim. After more than 13 years in prison, they were released when DNA evidence showed that a semen stain on the victim's clothing did not come from either of them.Anne Pope: Despite the DNA evidence used in the Mahan case, the victim continued to be totally convinced that the Mahans are guilty. When the DNA turned out instead to match that of a man with whom she was having an affair, the district attorney decided to retry the case. Then an even more sophisticated test was performed on another piece of semen-stained evidence; the results didn't match the samples from the Mahans or the boyfriend. Late last year, a judge dismissed all charges against the Mahans, who are now seeking $1 million each from the state.Daniel Rubin: After being wounded in a San Diego bank heist, Daniel Rubin was asked by San Diego police to try to identify his masked assailant using his split-second memories. How reliable could he be?
S12 E01Sep 17, 1998
Kidnapped! Sep 17, 1998 How would you react if your daughters were kidnapped? What if they were taken to another country by your ex-husband, who's been accused of sexually abusing them? Cheryl Lamare had to face this terrifying dilemma. And she's had to face it for nine years. She's been trying to get her daughter Jamie back any way she can. In 1989, he ex-husband Stan Voulgarelis, a Greek citizen, kidnapped their two daughters and took them to Greece. Within a few months, Cheryl was able to retrieve the older one, Ellie. But she couldn't find Jamie, and has been unable to bring her back. Follow her as she tries to get her daughter back with the help of a team of private detectives. 48 Hours reports on a woman who refuses to give up. Follow her to Crete, where she and a team of ex-commandos and detectives try to retrieve her daughter. Will the ex-husband outfox them again? Or will she be reunited with a daughter she last saw nine years ago?
S12 E02Sep 24, 1998
The Curse of Small Town U.S.A. Sep 24, 1998 Methamphetamine is a powerful, cheap drug and it is a growing problem in some surprising parts of America. Unlike crack cocaine, which primarily targeted the inner-city during its reign of terror in the 1980's, crank is making it's mark in Small Town, U.S.A. The drug's users range from middle class and well-educated people to teens -- even mothers who have passed on their addictions to their babies. One of the reasons crank is growing so quickly is that methamphetamine is easily produced in makeshift labs from inexpensive raw materials. In addition, users experience a "high" lasting up to 30 hours -- much longer than many other drugs. "Methamphetamine may be the worst drug ever to hit America," says retired General Barry McAffrey, the nation's Drug Czar. "It's expanding in a very bizarre manner. It's all over the Midwest. It's in Idaho, Arizona, Hawaii, San Francisco, Southern California. It's now showing up in Georgia." Crank's explosive growth is being fueled by mass production labs run by Mexican nationals. Authorities say they produce up to 95% of the crank on America's streets. CBS News 48 Hours took a close look at methamphetamine on Thursday, and found a drug that threatens to tear apart the lives of countless Americans. Could your community be at risk?
S12 E03Oct 1, 1998
Nature's Fury Oct 1, 1998 After ravaging parts of the Caribbean and Florida, Hurricane Georges recharged and slammed into the Gulf of Mexico, flooding the Gulf Coast with rain measured in feet instead of inches. Property damage from the storm -- which once packed 174 mile-an-hour gusts -- are expected to reach the $2 billion mark. With at least 300 confirmed dead in the Caribbean, the human costs are incalculable. But even with such grisly statistics, Hurricane Georges was by no means the most powerful or costly storm to blow through this part of the world. And even in a field as unpredictable as the weather, it is a virtual certainty that the coming years will bring more hurricanes, more damage and more death. What causes these monstrous storms to form? If a hurricane were headed your way, would you know what to do? On Thursday, CBS News 48 Hours took an in-depth look at hurricanes and the path of misery left in their wake.
S12 E04Oct 8, 1998
Save My Child Oct 8, 1998 Imagine that your 11-year-old son has just accidentally set himself on fire, and has burns over much of his body. You would probably want him treated at a pediatric emergency room, which specializes in children's injuries. Six years ago, there were no such facilities. Today there are more than 350, and the field is growing. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is one of the country's busiest, with about 80,000 visits a year. 48 Hours went behind the scenes at Cincinnati Children's Hospital for a firsthand look at two days and nights of fast-paced lifesaving.
S12 E05Oct 15, 1998
Breaking Point Oct 15, 1998 What would you do? Your child is failing school, taking drugs or running away for months at a time? Some parents are responding by taking drastic action, and sending their teen-agers away for months, sometimes years, to special rehabilitation schools.CBS News 48 Hours takes a look at several of these programs.
S12 E06Oct 22, 1998
Torn By Hate Oct 22, 1998 Last month, Americans' sense of security was shattered when a gunman opened fire at a Jewish Community Center in Los Angeles. This crime and similar acts have increased awareness of a growing trend: The number of hate groups is increasing, according to experts. "Last year the number of hate groups went up 20 percent," says Mark Potok, a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks such groups. "It was a dramatic rise." CBS News 48 Hours explores this phenomenon, focusing on the recent shooting in Los Angeles and a Pennsylvania family forced to flee from racists intent on terrorizing them.Survivors' Stories: Victims and their parents speak out for the first time in the aftermath of the shootings at the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Los Angeles. 48 Hours Correspondent Susan Spencer reports.Hate Hits Home: Bonnie Jouhari, a fair housing advocate in Reading, Penn., is threatened by a hate group for her efforts to integrate housing and fight racial harassment. This campaign of intimidation forces Jouhari and her daughter Dani to relocate. Jouhari's enemies find out where she moved and continue their campaign. Find out Jouhari's response to these threats in an exclusive CBS.com interview.
S12 E07Oct 29, 1998
Dad's Double Life Oct 29, 1998 It was 1983. Ohioans Elizabeth and Patrick Welsh seemed to have it all. They were happily married, with two wonderful sons, Chris and Ted. Then Patrick disappeared, leaving behind a suicide note saying that his wife and sons would be better off without him. Chris, Ted and their mother were crushed, but soldiered on, slowly building a new life. Then, in October 1997, Elizabeth received a letter from the Social Security Administration, demanding that she pay back $56,000 in death benefits. Patrick Welsh was not dead, the letter said: someone was using his social security card. Assuming that someone besides Patrick had been using his social security number, perhaps inadvertently, Elizabeth began investigating. With the help of the Internet, good sleuthing, and some luck, Elizabeth discovered that her dead husband was not dead. He was living in Galveston, Texas under the name Tim Kingsbury.CBS News 48 Hours explores the devastating impact of this "Kingsbury's" betrayal and the ripples it sent through the community of Galveston.
S13 E01Sep 23, 1999
Mr. Wonderful Sep 23, 1999 By all accounts, Matt Mathews can be a charming, intelligent man. He could be a good listener and a good parent. He was also a master con man.Over the years, he conned many women, stealing their hearts and then their money. 48 Hours tells the story of "Mr. Wonderful," a man who, to many women, seemed as if he could do no wrong.Correspondent Susan Spencer investigates the tangled web of lies that Mathews relied upon to create his persona. Was he a former pro football player or a doctor? A race car driver? Or a wealthy heir? Even as he was being put on trial, Mathews continued to defraud other women. Spencer talks to one of those women to find out how she why she allowed herself to be deceived, and also looks into Mathews' past to see if she can discover what led him to such a life. With the help of dogged detective work, Mathews is arrested once again. Find out what happened when he went on trial last year.
S13 E02Sep 30, 1999
Torn By Hate Sep 30, 1999 Just seven weeks ago, Los Angeles paramedics Todd Carb and Paul Medina found pandemonium after reports of gunshots at the North Valley Jewish Community Center, at a summer camp for preschoolers.Police identified the gunman as 37-year-old Buford Furrow, a white supremacist armed with a 9-millimeter semiautomatic and a hatred for Jews. In less than a minute, he opened fire on five children and then proceeded to kill a postal worker.48 Hours Correspondent Susan Spencer takes the first television look inside the community center since the shooting took place. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
S13 E03Oct 7, 1999
Why Did Josh Kill? Oct 7, 1999 Last November, 8-year-old Maddie Clifton vanished from her Jacksonville, Fla., home. After a frantic citywide search, she was discovered hidden in the waterbed of a 14-year-old boy who lived across the street. Josh Phillips was put on trial, convicted of first-degree murder, and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But the question remains: Why did he do it? 48 Hours finds out.For seven days, parents Steve and Sheila Clifton held out hope, and with the help of dozens of volunteers searched desperately for their daughter.Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on how Josh was viewed by his family, friends and teachers. Was there any hint that he could end up murdering his playmate?
S13 E04Oct 14, 1999
Fatal Attraction Oct 14, 1999 Thomas Capano had it all. A wealthy, charming lawyer, Capano, 50, moved in the highest circles of Delaware politics and had been encouraged by some to run for state attorney general.But in 1996, Capano's carefully constructed life came crashing down, when he became the suspect in the disappearance of Anne Marie Fahey, the 30-year-old scheduling secretary to the governor of Delaware.How did such a seemingly perfect man end up in this position? With help from crime writer Ann Rule, who has written a book about the case, 48 Hours finds out.To most people around Wilmington, Del., Capano was a role model. But behind the mask, another person lurked. Correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates how the man who had it all ended up being sentenced to die by lethal injection. For three years, Capano tried to elude justice. But with a combination of hard work and extraordinary luck, prosecutors convicted him. Moriarty reports.
S13 E05Oct 26, 1999
Gambling With Your Life Oct 26, 1999 Gambling is one of this country's most popular activities. In 1996, Americans made $586 billion in legal bets. One expert estimates that 4 million people in this country are addicted to gambling. 48 Hours takes a look at this pastime, profiling a recovering gambling addict, a woman whose obsession with scratch-off games has left her deeply in debt, and a cabby who trades online while he drives.Melanie Morgan was a successful radio and TV journalist. Then she started playing poker, in legal games in Seattle. Soon she let everything else go, including her career, her marriage, and even her newborn baby. Correspondent Troy Roberts reports on her long struggle to regain control.A recent study found that 70 percent of day traders lose money. But Kenny Glick is convinced that he can buck those odds. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports on an activity that many critics say is just another form of gambling.Scratch-off lottery tickets are enormously popular in Massachusetts; by one estimate the state makes $800 million from this game. But this form of gambling has its price. Among those in its thrall are Terri Candido of Boston, who is more than $50,000 in debt. Correspondent Harold Dow reports.While he is ferrying fares around New York, cabbie Carlos Rubino, who has a laptop computer in his taxi, trades online and even offers tips. Dow reports from Manhattan's hectic streets.
S13 E06Oct 28, 1999
Deadly Secret Oct 28, 1999 Can a team of dogged detectives solve a 6-year-old disappearance when all of the trails seem to have gone cold? 48 Hours Correspondent Harold Dow reports.In 1994, Russ Smith and his wife Khristine had seemed like the perfect couple. They had been married for eight years and lived a comfortable life in Kalamazoo, Mich., with their 7-year-old daughter Candace. Next-door neighbor Debbie Orosz says that Khristine was a wonderful mother, deeply involved in her daughter's life. A former policeman, Smith, 32 at the time, worked as the service manager of the local Sears automotive department. But in September of that year, Khristine disappeared.
S13 E07Nov 1, 1999
Impossible Mission Nov 1, 1999 On April 3, 1989, 22-year-old Chip Flynn was shot to death in a Central Florida orange grove. Soon after, police arrested Crosley Green, a black man recently released from prison on drug charges. On Sept. 5, 1990, all all-white jury convicted Green, then 32, of first-degree murder. He was sentenced to death. Ever since, he has been on death row. Last year five prominent private detectives got together to try to exonerate Green. They believe he is innocent. 48 Hours Correspondent Erin Moriarty followed them as they revisited crime scenes, reinterviewed witnesses and reinterpreted evidence, in an effort to save Green's life.
S14 E01Sep 21, 2000
Service Please! Sep 21, 2000 America may be moving toward becoming a service economy. But just how good is the service customers get these days?As part of an investigation of growing consumer dissatisfaction in America, 48 Hours goes behind the scenes of some old-fashioned service providers, such as moving, restaurant and telephone companies, and investigates some new, high tech operations.The Price May Be Right: Priceline has become one of the most recognized names on the Internet, thanks largely to an ad campaign featuring the rather unique singing style of William Shatner. 48 Hours Correspondent Erin Moriarty reports on whether this Web discounter is living up to customer expectations. Best Buy? Read Fine Print: When you shop at some Best Buy stores, you may hear an aggressive sales pitch for something you may not even want - not a toy or an appliance or a computer, but a Best Buy performance service plan, a kind of an extended warranty.Sorry Wrong Number: Correspondent Steve Hartman reports on just what type of assistance is served up these days by directory assistance.
S14 E02Oct 5, 2000
Gold Rush Oct 5, 2000 They are drawn to California's Silicon Valley, New York's Silicon Alley, and places all over the country where Internet and high-tech work abounds.These Internet entrepreneurs and employees work long hours for hefty pay. But how long will their good fortune last? In fact, some indications show the market has already slowed some. 48 Hours reports from the frontlines of the Internet frontier.Avici's Coming Out Party: What's it like to be a hotshot Web entrepreneur? Who are these people striking it rich on the Internet? 48 Hours decided to find out. Last summer, Correspondent Erin Moriarty tracked the co-founder of a Massachusetts company taking the very risky gamble of going public. See how Larry Dennison's Avici Systems fared.Are the glory days of the Internet over? For one company, they came to an abrupt halt. In Learning From Boo's Scare, Correspondent Anthony Mason reports on one Internet worker's experience at a glitzy high-spending fashion Web site called Boo.com.Space In The Valley Is Dear: With so many striking it rich, a housing crunch has cropped up in Silicon Valley, where a cool million doesn't buy you much. Harold Dow reports on how high the real estate market has climbed.
S14 E03Oct 12, 2000
The Enemy Within Oct 12, 2000 Why did Vicki Robinson, a single mother and real estate agent with no enemies, disappear?That's the question police initially asked in July 1998. When her daughter vanished, too, and two of her friends were tracked using her mother's credit card, police suspected foul play.As this mystery unfolded, 48 Hours' Peter Van Sant tracked not only what happened in a cold-blooded crime but why. He explored the volatile dynamics of family relationships after a divorce: How could two people so close, grow so far apart - to the point of no return?The elusive truth may lie somewhere between a mother's struggle to raise a daughter alone, and a daughter's need to be loved.Missing: Vicki Robinson was gone. So were her van and her daughter Valessa. Follow the clues analyzed by police.The Confessions: After Valessa Robinson and her two friends were captured, they all confessed - but they didn't tell the same story. Who was telling the truth?Trial and Verdict: In 1999, Valessa's murder trial began. Was she an innocent bystander or a cold-hearted participant? It was up to the jury. What did it decide?The Road Not Taken: Valessa hadn't known her mother had planned for her to attend a school for troubled youth. See what one girl says about the difference the school can make.
S14 E04Oct 19, 2000
Lori Berenson Oct 19, 2000 Lori Berenson was just 26 years old when she was sentenced to life for helping to plan a terrorist attack on Peru's congress. It's a crime she says she did not commit."The charges against me are preposterous and they're obviously false," Berenson said. "I am not a terrorist by any means; quite the contrary I do not believe in any act of terrorism."Peter Van Sant brings an exclusive interview from Peru.Love Crosses Boarders: Jason and Meriam Johnson insist nothing will ever come between them But there are powerful forces trying to pull them apart.Their romance has become an international incident. In the name of love, they've broken laws and defied a royal family. Correspondent Harold Dow reports.
S14 E05Oct 26, 2000
A Grandmother's Mission aka Deadly Truth Oct 26, 2000 Dr. Mary Howell is probably the last person you'd expect to be unraveling a 17-year-old murder case, but it's one that still haunts the 87-year-old still-practicing chiropractor.On the night of June 4, 1983, her daughter Peggy and husband Doug Ryen, both 41, were savagely hacked to death in the affluent California community of Chino Hills, along with their 10-year-old daughter Jessica and a friend who happened to be spending the night, Christopher Hughes. Floyd Tidwell, then the sheriff of San Bernadino County, described it as one of the most brutal, senseless crimes. Howell's grandson, 8 and 1/2-year-old Josh, was also found in the carnage, his throat cut, but somehow he survived. He was rushed to Loma Linda Hospital. While Howell and a frightened community mourned, the search for the killers was on. Initially the sheriff was looking for several people because of the number of victims and the injuries, he said. The killer or killers left no fingerprints; nothing was taken from the Ryen house, except for the family's station wagon. Then they got a break. While searching what they thought was a vacant house next door to the Ryen house, the sheriff's deputies found evidence that someone had been hiding out there. When they checked phone records, they discovered that two phone calls had been made by a Kevin Cooper, a convicted burglar who had escaped from a minimum-security prison nearby two days earlier.
S14 E06Nov 2, 2000
Heroes Under Fire Nov 2, 2000 On December 2, 1999, a vacant warehouse caught fire in Worcester, Mass. As many as 40 firefighters tried to put out the blaze. Some entered the building, trying to rescue a homeless couple believed to be inside. But firefighters searched for them in vain.First two firemen, then two more became lost in the smoky haze. Heavy black smoke, fueled by the petroleum lining of the cold storage lockers, poured from the lockers and into the stairway; it was impossible to see.District Chief Mike McNamee made a tough call: He ordered everyone out. But when it was all over, the fire had claimed six of Worcester's bravest.More than 12 hours passed before the conflageration was finally controlled. Then the nation mourned the fallen heroes at a ceremony attended by firefighters from across the country.In the weeks following the blaze, the building that had taken such a terrible toll on the city finally surrendered to a demolition crew, and the remnants of the old Cold Storage Warehouse were torn down and cleared away.Now, almost a year and a half later, the lot is vacant, with just a thin layer of gravel to mark the outline of where the six-story warehouse once stood. A fence now surrounds the site, and there's a kind of make-shift memorial: tributes, reminders, personal expressions of people touched by this tragedy. Worcester will never forget.
S14 E07Nov 16, 2000
Rage Nov 16, 2000 Have you noticed? Everyone seems angry these days; people are acting out. Newspapers are filled with stories of road rage, air rage - and even teen rage. Are people angrier these days? Is it the stress of modern living? Or is it just that people are talking more about it?Certainly anger is being studied more these days; some take measures to seek solutions so those youthful temper tantrums don't become ceaseless adult tirades.48 Hours explores the many shapes and forms that anger takes, from hostile encounters with strangers, to bitter acrimony with loved ones.When Rage Hits The Road: In Alabama, Shirley Henson pulled out her gun in a roadside altercation with Gena Foster. A split-second decision she made irrevocably changed both of their lives.
S15 E01Sep 28, 2001
At Ground Zero Sep 28, 2001 It's 8:48 on Tuesday morning, two weeks to the minute that the first hijacked jet crashed into the World Trade Center. At Ground Zero, where more than 6,000 people are still missing, the solemn search for any sign of life goes on. But even this vital work must stop to remember the thousands who are lost somewhere in these mountains of debris. Assistant Fire Chief Frank Fellini has been at Ground Zero since the first hours of the attack. "Almost everyone knew someone. I've met five or six firefighter fathers looking for sons and sons looking for their fathers." 48 Hours was granted unprecedented access to both Ground Zero and the command center of New York's Office of Emergency Management. An army of 20,000 city, state and federal workers as well as volunteers are on the front lines, carefully sifting through debris.
S15 E02Oct 5, 2001
Safe at Home? Oct 5, 2001 Like all new mothers, Eviva Dubin, a 31-year-old New Yorker, wants her 8-week-old baby, Harrison, to have everything he could possibly need. So Harrison has his very own gas mask, as does every member of the family. Dubin also is stockpiling antibiotics, all as protection against a chemical or biological terrorist attack. “I think it can be seen as hysterically humorous. I think it can seem extreme,” Dubin tells 48 Hours Correspondent Susan Spencer.“But in the event of a chemical or biological emergency, I don’t want to wait for the Feds to send in the antibiotics and masks to get help. I don’t feel like waiting on line with my child and husband for a mask; it might be too late by then.”
S15 E03Oct 12, 2001
Untold Story of Flight 11 Oct 12, 2001 American Airlines Flight 11 was the flight that changed everything. 48 Hours reports what really happened during the flight, the first to crash into the World Trade Center.
S15 E04Oct 19, 2001
Special Security Oct 19, 2001 On Sept. 13, 48 hours after World Trade Center attack, a bomb scare at Grand Central Station panicked New Yorkers. Almost six weeks later, many people still seem panicked, living with anxiety, with dire predictions of coming attacks and with anthrax now a household word. Dr. Alan Louie, of Arthur D. Little Laboratories had been working on this anti-anthrax foam long before the attacks. 48 Hours'Susan Spencer reports on new efforts to counteract the threat. Two chemicals, mixed with water and used in a fire extinguisher, become an expanding foam that will stick to the walls and cover the floors, making sure that an entire area is safe again.
S15 E05Oct 25, 2001
Double Life Oct 25, 2001 For more than 30 years, Jocko Marcellino and Screamin' Scott Simon have made a living acting like their idols: doo-wop singers from the 1950s . They are the founders of Sha Na Na, the musical group with the grease and the goofy hit television show in the '70s. "They're not the latest hits, but they're the greatest hits," Simon says of the songs the group popularizes. "We're not stars. We didn't write the songs; we didn't sing the original hits." Nevertheless, the group built itself up into headliners, the most memorable of which was probably John "Bowzer" Bauman. Famous for a pose in which he simultaneously flexes a muscle and opens his mouth, Bowzer was that kind of greasy but intensely vulnerable character that really did exist in the '60s and in the '50s. Bowzer and the others are in their 50s now, and their music lives on. Sha Na Na sold millions of records, but they never had a hit of their own. They would interpret the hits of others; in a sense, they were the great pretenders. But it was all in fun, at least until one day, when a greaser with a great voice showed up in Florida fooled a lot of people. Danny C. was not just a great pretender; he was a great imposter, reports Correspondent Bill Lagattuta for 48 Hours..Nothing seemed to stop Gerald Barnes, not even three more arrests and convictions for medical fraud. He didn't just lie to patients and doctors. He lied to his five wives.His last marriage in 1994 was to Lisa Roberts; he told her he was a doctor. "He was very charming," says Roberts. She never doubted that he was a doctor.Gerald Barnes:What drove this personable, smart man to deceive so many people? One psychiatrist who examined him called him "immature, extremely insecure... and depressed." But Barnes claims he was only interested in helping others.
S15 E06Nov 2, 2001
The Rookies Nov 2, 2001 48 Hours tracks new members of law enforcement as they come face-to-face with the real world of law and order. In San Antonio, Texas, three idealistic people take on three demanding jobs; police officer, a prosecutor and a probation officer. Follow them as they wrestle with situations they never anticipated.Ben Flores is fresh out of the police academy, but is he too nice for the mean streets? If he can't toughen up fast, he could lose his life. With help from his veteran partner, Flores quickly learns that good manners don’t cut it when making rounds in the worst part of town. Find out what happens.Cory Isaacs is a rookie prosecutor who has never argued a case before. As he deals with prostitutes, burglars and drug addicts, he learns lessons that he didn’t get in law school.Mimi Mijares gets to work when criminals are released back onto the street. She is a rookie probation officer charged with supervising dangerous criminals. But what is a 56-year-old mother of two doing in a job like this?
S15 E07Nov 9, 2001
Out of Control aka Parent Trap Nov 9, 2001 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder may be the most controversial health issue in the United States. Whether ADHD exists, and how to treat it, have become topics of heated debate among doctors, teachers and parents.48 Hours follows two families struggling with this confusing, difficult condition. Can they help their children before they lose control completely?Grappling With ADHD: Part 1: Erin Moriarty follows two families who are trying to treat behavior problems in their children, using two very different approaches.Part 2: While one family experiments with a new medication, another tries to solve the problem without any drugs at all.The Controversy Over Adderall: Part 1: It's not just children who are struggling. 48 Hours reports on the case of Dawn Branson, a mother. After taking medication for ADHD, she says she had a psychotic reaction; she ended up crashing her car in an accident in which her son died.Part 2: Branson is suing the manufacturer of Adderall, Shire Pharmaceuticals, to improve the warning label. How does the company respond?
S16 E01Sep 20, 2002
Silent Killers II Sep 20, 2002 Silent Killers: Fantastic Pahegs?: After breaking his foot five years ago, Toronto bass player Alfred Gertler got an infection that antibiotics couldn’t cure. Doctors told him he might have to have his foot amputated. But then he read about a radically different way to treat infections. The treatment was in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, at the Eliava Institute in Tbilisi. “It was very strange. But it seemed like a lifeline,” he says. So he went. “They had no heat, no electrical power, no water for much of the day,” says Gertler. What Eliava did have was treatment that worked. They poured an ointment in the wound and within three days, the infection was gone. Susan Spencer reports.Silent Killers: Deadly Food: Whenever 3-year-old Drew Randall is invited to a party near his home in Mansfield, Ohio, his mother, Adrienne, packs him food. A special education teacher, Adrienne isn't just being picky or over-protective, reports Correspondent Erin Moriarty. A bite of the wrong food could kill Drew.Silent Killers: Scary Superbugs: Two years ago, Bobbie Mackeon got a paper cut. She thought it was no big deal. But it got infected. Bobbie, a nurse practitioner, spoke with the doctors at her hospital, and they all figured an antibiotic would take care of it. It didn’t. Nor did the next two antibiotics she tried. “The bug that was in there was eating these antibiotics for breakfast,” she says. With her infection still raging, Bobbie turned to an intravenous antibiotic, which finally did help. But complications then led to potentially fatal blood clots. “The blood clot was about four inches across and it had little bubbles around it, which told us it was infected,” she says. The clots were so severe that her life now depends on high doses of blood thinners, which created new problems. Any injury can now be life threatening, because it is difficult to stop her body from bleeding. Now, instead of running as she used to, she works out, carefully, in her garage. That a tiny infection could spiral into a life-threatening condition doesn’t surprise Michael Shnayerson or Mark Plotkin. In their new book, “The Killers Within,” they explore why antibiotics don’t work the way they used to. Susan Spencer reports.Silent Killers: Meningitis Strikes: In March, 2000, John Kach, a college freshman at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I., was having the time of his life. “I started concentrating on basketball, started to lift, getting my grades up, going to parties, doing my thing,” the young man recalls. Then, the six-foot-four, 210-pound athlete lost everything in a nightmare that began when he was recovering from what he thought was the flu. Peter Van Sant reports.
S16 E02Sep 27, 2002
A Crime of the Mind Sep 27, 2002 Eight years ago, when Jane first walked into his Orlando, Florida, psychiatry practice, Dr. Ronald Malave says he had no idea what he was in for. He ended up accused of having sex with her, a patient with multiple personality disorder. Jane, who asked that her last name not be used, has been married for 13 years, and has raised a teenage daughter. That's remarkable, considering that she's been diagnosed as having as many as eight personalities. Jane had been referred to Malave by a colleague who said he couldn't help her anymore. Before long, Malave understood why. Jane was hearing voices and having psychotic hallucinations. He diagnosed her with a type of schizophrenia, along with the sometimes-controversial condition commonly known as multiple personality disorder. "It's embarrassing, it's mortifying, because I don't have a switch that I can control. I just want the voices to be gone. That's all," she says. "The core Jane would be a polite, apologetic patient," he says. But some of her other personalities were quite different. "Vanessa" was brash and aggressive. "Bridgette" was 16 and preoccupied with sex. A year into therapy, Malave claims, "Bridgette" wanted to have sex with him. Dr. Malave says he told her no. Happily married for 23 years, he was devoted to his wife and two children.
S16 E03Oct 4, 2002
Searching For A Killer Oct 4, 2002 Their faces are instantly recognizable, but John and Patsy Ramsey are famous in a way no one would want. Although they have never been publicly called suspects or charged with the 1996 death of their daughter JonBenet, they are resigned to a painful reality. "We could find the killer tomorrow, he could be arrested, convicted and jailed, and there'd still be 20 per cent of the population would think that we had something to do with it," says John. 48 Hours Investigates is taking a fresh look at the Ramsey case: finding new evidence and new leads, and reporting on the Ramseys' personal story, and their thoughts on what happened in their Boulder, Colo., home on Christmas night in 1996. 48 Hours Investigates will also report on never-before-seen videotapes of the police interrogation of both John and Patsy Ramsey. Erin Moriarty reports.
S16 E04Oct 11, 2002
The Alibi: Disturbing the Peace I Oct 11, 2002 On Sept. 28, 2000, Kim Camm and her two children were victims of a triple murder in New Albany, Ind. They were found shot to death at home in their garage. Kim and her 5-year-old daughter, Jill, were shot in the head. Her son, Brad, 7, was shot in the chest. The murders were reported by Kim's husband, David Camm, a former Indiana state trooper. "In some ways, it still seems like a nightmare that just didn't happen," says Janice Renn, Kim's mother. Three days later, the community mourned for the Camm family. But just hours after the memorial service, police arrested their prime suspect, David Camm, for murdering his wife and two children. Camm, who claims his innocence, has a very good alibi. Eleven witnesses say they were with him at the time of the murder. It's simple police work to suspect the survivor when family members are murdered. But this case quickly became very complicated. David Camm is from a very large, prominent family in the county, and he has what seems like an airtight alibi. On top of that, there's no obvious motive for these murders. So proving what happened behind these garage doors, beyond a reasonable doubt, is going to be very tough. Correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports in this, the firstours report on these murders.
S16 E05Oct 11, 2002
The Alibi: Reasonable Doubt I Oct 11, 2002 When their son-in-law David Camm was arrested, Janice and Frank Renn couldn't believe it. "I just couldn't believe that the person I knew, thought I knew, could do that," says Kim's mother, Janice Renn. But in the 15 months between the killings and the start of Camm's trial, the Renns have become convinced that their son-in-law is a murderer. "There's no way you're going to bring the kids back and my daughter back," says Kim's father, Frank Renn. "No way, no matter what they do with David. But he'll have to suffer, when he dies someday - if it's soon or if it's 40 years from now - he's got to answer to God. The murders of Kim, Brad and Jill Camm have gripped this small Indiana town. And as the trial begins, defense attorney Michael McDaniel knows all eyes are on the courthouse, and on his client. "Right now, David is the only one out there that they can punish," says McDaniel. "My life is on the line," says Camm. "I'm not just fighting for me, it's not just me, I want justice for my wife and my children."
S16 E06Oct 18, 2002
Addictions on All Sides Oct 18, 2002 48 Hours Investigates about addictions.Susan Spencer, explores whether the Washington area sniper is into some kind of addiction of his own: Do serial killers get to the point where they treat their acts of violence as a "fix?" Susan also looks back at a deadly 1990 sniper case in Ohio where the gunman later explained his actions. 48 Hours Investigates also examines other addictions, like being hooked on computer games. Industry analysts are saying that more than 100 million people will be playing these games by 2005. One of the most popular of the new Internet games is Everquest, which actually has the nickname 'Evercrack' because it's so addictive. You'll hear people tonight tell you that it's virtually impossible to stop playing. We also look at shoplifting - a crime for which Winona Ryder faces trial next week. For some people, is shoplifting a habit nearly impossible to kick? Plus the original supermodel, Janice Dickinson, who says she became addicted to fame.
S16 E07Oct 25, 2002
Investigators Oct 25, 2002 48 Hours Investigates reporter Richard Schlesinger found - a veteran crime scene investigator who retired from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office in order to become the lead story editor on the hit show "CSI." Her name is Liz Devine. She was a criminalist for 15 years, working over 800 cases, solving countless murders, and helping convict many notorious criminals. But now she's brought her cases and her expertise to "CSI," where you'll see her at story meetings and with the actors whom she teaches about the real way to handle the forensics. When Richard Schlesinger went to the L.A. Sheriff's office to ask about Liz, a call came in about a quadruple murder case, and the office allowed Richard and our crews to follow the real CSI team while they investigated and solved the crime (you won't believe this) in exactly 48 hours. The story is riveting. You will be there when - and see how - the police solve the multiple murders. It's as good (actually better) than anything you've seen on the TV "CSI."
S17 E01Sep 27, 2003
Tacoma Confidential Sep 27, 2003 For a lot of people in the Pacific Northwest, Gig Harbor is synonymous with the good life. It's a place where local detective Dave Crocker doesn't concern himself too much with violent crime. There's been only one murder here in 60 years. At least that's what people thought before April 2003. What happened in Gig Harbor would not only shake up things in this quaint little town, but also have major repercussions across the bridge in Tacoma, Wash., a big city filled with a lot of dark, little secrets. Correspondent Bill Lagatutta reports.
S17 E02Oct 4, 2003
Kobe Bryant: Full Court Press Oct 4, 2003 "There is no doubt in my mind that she has been taken advantage of by Kobe Bryant. There is no doubt in my mind that Kobe Bryant raped my friend," says JohnRay Strickland, who is talking to 48 Hours Investigates because his friend, Bryant's accuser, can't. A court-imposed gag order says that no one directly involved in the case can speak publicly, but Strickland says that his friend knows that he's talking to 48 Hours Investigates. Correspondent Lesley Stahl reports.
S17 E03Oct 11, 2003
What's Love Got to Do With It? Oct 11, 2003 Robert Epstein, a 49-year-old bachelor and Harvard-trained psychology professor, is determined to fall in love - deep love, even married love - and even if it's with a stranger. But stranger still is how he plans to do it. Epstein, an editor at Psychology Today, has devised what he claims is a scientific experiment, designed to teach two people to fall in love, and make that love last. Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports.
S17 E04Oct 29, 2003
The Law and Mrs. Shelton Oct 29, 2003 Strange things have happened to the men in Catherine Shelton's life. Her husband was convicted of murdering the spouse of one of her former employees. Was she involved? One thing almost everyone agrees on is that this Texas lawyer is very smart, and she's mastered using the law in her own defense. Last fall, Correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports on this story of murder and betrayal.
S17 E05Nov 1, 2003
It's A Big Country Nov 1, 2003 Profiles of country stars Reba McIntire, Shania Twain, Brooks & Dunn and Kenny Chesney.
S17 E06Nov 8, 2003
The Secret Life of Eric Wright Nov 8, 2003 For 12 years, Kathi Spiars gave her heart to a man she first knew as Steve Marcum. She was intrigued by his mysterious past – a past that included time spent as a hitman for the CIA. But then, his stories began to unravel, revealing a lifetime of lies. Even his name was a fraud. Steve Marcum was really Eric Wright. But when Kathi was finally forced to confront the truth about the man she loved, she began a frightening journey, digging into his dark past. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports.
S17 E07Nov 12, 2003
Robert Blake's Real Life Drama Nov 12, 2003 The last time America saw actor Robert Blake, he was locked up in the L.A. County Jail. But last March, after 11 months in solitary confinement, Blake was set free on bail. These days, his life is much sweeter, and he's looking much better -- even though he has to wear an ankle bracelet. Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports. Blake granted a 48 Hours producer and camera crew exclusive access into the Malibu condominium where he's living. He would not sit for a formal interview, but he gave 48 Hours a look into what his life is like as he awaits his murder trial.
S18 E01Sep 25, 2004
Written In Blood Sep 25, 2004 What happened to the Rafay family one summer night in 1994 brought tragedy and mystery to a quiet neighborhood in Bellevue, Wash. On July 13, just after 2 a.m., police were called to a crime that would take them 10 years to bring to justice. "It was a plan. A well-rehearsed, well-thought-out plan," say James Konat, a senior deputy prosecutor in King County. He and a team of detectives have been haunted by the first triple homicide in the history of Bellevue -- and the killers who got away. The search for the truth would lead police to another country, through a web of intriguing clues, including a screenplay describing the murder. In the end, would a sophisticated undercover operation, set up in the make-believe world of crime, catch the real killers? Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports for 48 Hours.
S18 E02Oct 2, 2004
The Ghosts of El Segundo Oct 2, 2004 In July 1957 two young police officers on a routine traffic stop in El Segundo, Calif., a Los Angeles suburb, were gunned down and murdered by a man who the police did not know had just committed robbery and rape at a nearby lover's lane. The gunman fled, triggering one of the largest manhunts in California's history. It would take detectives and modern science close to half a century to bring this case to a startling conclusion. Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports
S18 E03Oct 9, 2004
Dark Side of the Mesa Oct 9, 2004 In the high desert, on the Rockies western slope, the Mesas tower over the town of Grand Junction, Colo., protected from the outside world. But on June 4, 2002, Grand Junction saw the unearthing of a shocking secret at the local landfill. The decomposed body of 34-year-old Jennifer Blagg was found wrapped in a red and black plastic tent. Jennifer and her six-year-old daughter, Abby, had been missing for seven months. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports.
S18 E04Oct 16, 2004
Who Killed Stephanie Crowe? Oct 16, 2004 Fourteen-year-old Michael Crowe of Escondido, Calif. confessed to murdering his 12-year-old sister, Stephanie, in her bedroom in January 1998. But was he telling the truth or was it another man, a drifter named Richard Tuite, who stabbed Stephanie while she slept? 48 HOURS Correspondent Bill Lagattuta has been following this case since it began in 1998 and reports for 48 HOURS MYSTERY: "Who Killed Stephanie Crowe?
S18 E05Oct 23, 2004
American Taboo aka Lost In Paradise Oct 23, 2004 In late 1975, a young Peace Corps volunteer named Deb Gardner arrived in Tonga, and so began a story of adventure and love and ultimately, of murder. Correspondent Susan Spencer talked to many people who still remembered the night of Oct. 14, 1976, when Gardner was stabbed to death in her hut. Those who weren't around then have heard the stories told and retold.
S18 E06Oct 30, 2004
On the Verge of a Verdict Oct 30, 2004 Amber Frey's father, Ron, tells CBS News that for four weeks, Scott Peterson "was the greatest thing that ever happened" in his daughter's life. Contributor Maureen Maher and correspondents Erin Moriarty and Troy Roberts report on the trial and a special mock jury that 48 Hours assembled for a 48 Hours Mystery: "On the Verge of a Verdict."
S18 E07Nov 6, 2004
The Right To Kill Nov 6, 2004 Cherry Hammock says she had no choice but to shoot her husband, Jay. "The reason I pulled the trigger is because he was coming after me," says Hammock, who believes she would have been killed the night her husband died. But Jay's parents, Pete and Wyolene Hammock, bristle at the notion that their son had a violent and dangerous past. They insist that Jay, a skilled mechanic with a fondness for racing high-performance, high-priced motorcycles, didn't deserve to die.
S19 E01Sep 24, 2005
Back From the Dead Sep 24, 2005 It's never happened before on "48 Hours Mystery," and maybe not ever in history. One of a serial killer's presumed victims showed up at her alleged killer's trial. Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports from Rockhampton, Australia. Imagine the nightmare. Five women and girls were missing. Keyra Steinhardt, age 9; Natasha Ryan, 14; Sylvia Benedetti, 19, Beverly Leggo, 37, and Julie Turner, 39, vanished one after another from this picturesque small city in Queensland.
S19 E02Oct 1, 2005
BTK: Out of the Shadows Oct 1, 2005 When Vicki Wegerle was mysteriously strangled in Wichita, Kan., in 1986, her two young children not only lost their mother, but nearly lost their father, Bill, in the crime's aftermath. Many suspected for 18 years that Bill killed Vicki, but the murderer was really Dennis Rader, aka the BTK killer. The Wegerle family shared their story for the first time with Erin Moriarty.
S19 E03Oct 8, 2005
Strange Truth Oct 8, 2005 In the early morning hours of March 21, 2003, Ramona "Mona" Krotine left an office party just outside Cleveland, Ohio, and was never seen alive again. Nearly 24 hours later, she was found in the trunk of her car, beaten and shot to death. Who killed this wife and mother? Correspondent Susan Spencer reports.
S19 E04Oct 15, 2005
Defending Your Life Oct 15, 2005 A Washington state wife and mother was brutally stabbed and murdered as she was preparing to take a bath in her home, while her husband was just feet away, in a nearby room. Police immediately suspected the husband, who was tried twice on murder charges. Incredibly, those verdicts were overturned. Then, he faced a third trial and took a gamble by defending himself. Would his strategy work? "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
S19 E05Oct 22, 2005
Secrets & Lies On Grapevine Lake Oct 22, 2005 David Nixon was in the prime of his life when he was murdered in 2002. A successful businessman with a son from a previous marriage, Nixon loved living the good life in the town of Grapevine, Texas. After his murder, police charged his live-in girlfriend despite what the defense said was a lack of physical evidence. Who killed David Nixon and what was the motive? Was he murdered for living on the edge? Correspondent Troy Roberts reports.
S19 E06Oct 29, 2005
Scared To Death Oct 29, 2005 Police Lt. Jim Barton found his wife, Vickie, murdered execution-style on their farm in Warren County, Ohio, in 1995. With limited physical evidence and no suspects, the investigation lay dormant for nine years until a tip opened up the case. Jim Barton soon found himself under arrest with charges related to the slaying. Prosecutors had a troubling theory: did Jim Barton's ambition to become police chief lead to his wife's murder? Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
S19 E07Nov 5, 2005
Jeffrey McDonald:Time For Truth Nov 5, 2005 During the early morning hours of Feb. 17, 1970, the wife and two children of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald were brutally murdered in the family's home at Fort Bragg. The case gained national attention, leading up to the 1979 conviction of Jeffrey MacDonald, a former Army doctor with the elite Green Berets. Imprisoned for the past 25 years, MacDonald has never waivered from his claims of innocence. Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports.
Season 20CBS All Access | CBS News
S20 E01Sep 23, 2006
Dark Voyage Sep 23, 2006 For Jamie Barnett, the loss of her daughter Ashley has been a nightmare. "On October 14th, 2005, Ashley sailed out of Los Angeles to celebrate her upcoming 25th birthday and one day into that cruise, she was dead," she says. Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports on the mysterious circumstances surrounding Ashley's death and a mother's quest to find answers.
S20 E02Sep 30, 2006
The Informer Sep 30, 2006 What do you do if you find out your best friends got away with murder? That's the question a young man faced in 2002, when a friend confided in him that the death of an elderly woman, ruled an accident, was actually a case of murder. As correspondent Susan Spencer reports, he had to make a tough choice: keep his silence or betray his friends by contacting the police.
S20 E03Oct 7, 2006
Millionaire Manhunt Oct 7, 2006 Lita McClinton was a beautiful young woman who caught the eye of a successful businessman. She soon would marry Jim Sullivan and lived an affluent lifestyle, but the marriage was less than perfect and fell apart nine years later. On the same day a judge was supposed to rule whether Lita could try to make a claim against her husband's multimillion-dollar fortune, she was gunned down in her own home by someone delivering a box of roses. As correspondent Susan Spencer reports, this tale of love, betrayal, wealth and, eventually, murder would lead to an international search for justice.
S20 E04Oct 14, 2006
Dangerous Liaisons Oct 14, 2006 Sandee Rozzo was an outgoing young woman, with dreams of becoming a model and making it big in the movie business. After a troubled romance, Sandee was murdered - shot multiple times just moments after she pulled her car into the garage. As Maureen Maher reports, police eyed suspects and faced one crucial question: would someone kill for love?
S20 E05Oct 21, 2006
Nashville Blues Oct 21, 2006 Authorities try to determine whether a jealous husband killed a country music star.
S20 E06Oct 28, 2006
Scientology - A Question of Faith Oct 28, 2006 There was never a question who committed the murder of Elli Perkins on March 13, 2003. As correspondent Peter Van Sant reports, within hours, police had a confession. His jeans drenched in blood, 28-year-old Jeremy Perkins had just stabbed his mother 77 times.
S20 E07Nov 4, 2006
Memory of Murder Nov 4, 2006 A lawyer murdered and his wife left for dead -- the case that spawned a TV movie a killer tried to block. Peter Van Sant reports.
Season 21CBS All Access | CBS News
S21 E01Sep 29, 2007
The McGuire Diaries Sep 29, 2007 On May 5, 2004, John Runge of the Virginia Beach Police Department got a call from a fisherman stating that he had found a suitcase floating in the Chesapeake Bay. Five days later another suitcase washed up on the shores of Fisherman's Island; inside that suitcase was the torso of white male severed from the waist down. His head and arms were still attached. Later, a third suitcase with body parts was found by a fisherman and his wife. The victim was eventually identified from a sketch: William McGuire, from Woodbridge, N.J.
S21 E02Oct 13, 2007
Storm of Murder Oct 13, 2007 Artists Dinerral Shavers and Helen Hill - he a musician, she an independent filmmaker - may not have known each other. But they both returned to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina with a vision to revive the storm-ravaged city. But as correspondent Erin Moriarty reports, they both fell victims to a storm of murder.
S21 E03Oct 20, 2007
The Sugar Land Conspiracy Oct 20, 2007 For John Flores and his best friend Kevin Whitaker, life was sweet in Sugar Land, Texas. "Sugar Land is very middle class/upper class, white collar," Flores explains. "It's a nice place, everything's new. You hang out with your neighbors. You hang out with your neighbor's kids." But as correspondent Peter Van Sant reports, that sweet life was shattered on the night of Dec. 10, 2003, when Kevin and his family were gunned down in their home.
S21 E04Oct 27, 2007
An Eye For An Eye Oct 27, 2007 When 37-year-old Dr. Brian Stidham was found murdered in the parking lot outside his office on Oct. 5, 2004, it sent a chill through Tucson. Stidham had been stabbed 15 times.
S21 E05Nov 10, 2007
A Time to Kill Nov 10, 2007 Tioga County in upstate New York is the kind of place where people go to escape the problems of the big cities. So when 35-year-old Michele Harris disappeared, it mystified State Police Captain Mark Lester. "A murder in Tioga County, it's a pretty rare occurrence… For an actual person to go missing and not be able to find 'em is extremely rare," he said. "And normally, you would expect at some point along this way we're gonna find her … And we still haven't been able to find her remains." In the early morning hours of Sept. 12, 2001, Michele's van was found at the end of her driveway. "There was a gut feeling I think right from the get-go that something was wrong," Lester told "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Erin Moriarty.
S21 E06Nov 17, 2007
Where's Maddie? Nov 17, 2007 The 2007 disappearance of 4-year-old Madeleine McCann in Portugal is investigated.
S21 E07Dec 1, 2007
Capture the Queen Dec 1, 2007 On July 4th, 1999, Brooke Leigh Henson was reported missing in the small, quiet town of Travelers Rest, S.C., prompting a police investigation to locate the young woman. There was a potential break in the case in 2006, when police got wind of a woman calling herself "Brooke Henson" in New York City. But as correspondent Peter Van Sant reports, as investigators dug deeper they uncovered an intricate web of lies, spun by a woman named Esther Reed.
Season 22CBS All Access
S22 E01Sep 24, 2008
Kidnapped - Shawn Hornbeck's Incredible Story Sep 24, 2008 An interview with Shawn Hornbeck, who was kidnapped in 2002 at age 11 and held captive for more than four years in Missouri before being rescued.
S22 E02Oct 18, 2008
Into Thin Air Oct 18, 2008 When Jean Zapata vanished from her home in Madison, Wis., in 1976, she left behind her daughter Linda, two other children, a lot of friends, and a mystery that would take more than 30 years to solve.
S22 E03Oct 25, 2008
Did the Doctor Kill the Doctor? Oct 25, 2008 A doctor is suspected of murdering another physician.
S22 E04Nov 1, 2008
Blood and Money on Horseshoe Bay Nov 1, 2008 A millionaire's outrageous sex life may have led to his gruesome murder. "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
S22 E05Nov 8, 2008
Vegas Heat Nov 8, 2008 Two Vegas hard bodies' hard partying ways end in an unthinkable murder and the downfall of a fitness powerhouse. "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
S22 E06Nov 15, 2008
Truth on Trial Nov 15, 2008
S22 E07Nov 22, 2008
Sign of the Times Nov 22, 2008 In August 2005, Renee Ohlemacher says she awoke to the screams of her mother. Both her parents had been shot and murdered inside the family's home. Following the murders, police initially focused their investigation on Renee, and even her own relatives cast a suspicious eye on her.
Season 23CBS All Access | CBS News
S23 E01Sep 19, 2009
Seven Days of Rage Sep 19, 2009
S23 E02Sep 26, 2009
The Godfather's Daughter aka Their Father, The Godfather Sep 26, 2009 Mafia chieftain John Gotti's family speaks candidly about life inside the mob. Troy Roberts reports.
S23 E03Oct 3, 2009
Show Me The Money Oct 3, 2009 The story of bank manager Michelle Renee and her daughter, who, in 2000, were kidnapped, taped with explosives and forced to rob the bank she managed.
S23 E04Oct 17, 2009
Caylee Anthony: The Untold Story Oct 17, 2009 It is a case that has captivated the country. In the summer of 2008, Orlando, Fla. toddler Caylee Anthony disappeared, only to be discovered six months later a short distance from her home, her skeletal remains stuffed in plastic bags and her mouth sealed with duct tape. Her mother, Casey Anthony, was charged with the horrific crime after not reporting her daughter missing for a month, and allegedly lying to police. As Casey, now 23, faces a murder trial and the possibility of the death penalty, her parents, Cindy and George Anthony, are standing by their daughter as they search for the truth. And, for the first time, three of Casey's defense lawyers discuss the case in an exclusive interview with CBS News' "The Early Show" anchor Maggie Rodriguez.
S23 E05Oct 24, 2009
Haunted Oct 24, 2009 For seven years Hailey Sisco and her brother, Dustin, have been haunted by the brutal killing of their father Mike Sisco, and his fiancée, Karen Harkness. Even more troubling for the siblings is that no arrests have ever been made and the case remains unsolved. But Hailey believes she knows who was responsible and is determined to prove the unthinkable. Karen and Mike were both divorced with kids of their own when they met, but the couple was undoubtedly a perfect match. They had been dating for about four years when, in July of 2002, they were gunned down while in bed at Karen's Topeka, Kan., home. Both suffered multiple gunshot wounds but no one heard a thing. While Mike and Karen were well-liked and respected with seemingly no enemies, police believed it was a carefully planned murder - one that left them with no concrete clues. There was no forced entry, nothing stolen, and no signs of a struggle. Ever since, Hailey has been relentless in her quest to prove what she believes to be the heartbreaking truth and bring her father's killer to justice. Now, "48 Hours Mystery" brings in private investigators, Paul Ciolino, of Chicago, and Joe Moura, of Boston, to examine the case and the bizarre twist to the murders that some people claim, was there all along. Correspondent Harold Dow reports.
S23 E06Oct 31, 2009
Deadly Prophecy Oct 31, 2009 An investigation is held to determine whether a mother who had visions that she would die just before she had drowned was a suicide or a murder.
S23 E07Nov 14, 2009
A Case for Murder Nov 14, 2009 The last time anyone saw Hugues de la Plaza alive, he was saying goodbye to friends at a San Francisco club after celebrating a recent promotion, in the summer of 2007. The next morning, police found de la Plaza dead in his apartment - stabbed in the neck, chest and stomach. Two years later, family and friends remain consumed by a fight to find the truth.
Season 24CBS All Access | CBS News | YouTube
S24 E01Sep 25, 2010
The Killing Game Sep 25, 2010 In Full: The late Harold Dow's final report on serial killer Rodney Alcala's 40-year odyssey of rape, murder and eluding justice.
S24 E02Oct 9, 2010
email@example.com Oct 9, 2010 A global manhunt for a top doctor after his wife's untimely death. Troy Roberts reports.
S24 E03Oct 16, 2010
The Whole Truth Oct 16, 2010 Did an LAPD cover-up keep an innocent man in prison for 26 years? "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
S24 E04Oct 23, 2010
The One Who Got Away Oct 23, 2010 On Sept. 27, 1992, 19-year-old Jennifer Asbenson, a nursing assistant in Palm Springs, Calif., was running late to work when she missed her bus and accepted a ride from a kind stranger, Andrew Urdiales. So charming was Urdiales, that the next morning she accepted another ride from him without hesitation. Little did she know that this pleasant man was really a serial killer...and that she would be the only one of his victims to survive. Fifteen years after her attack, Jennifer Asbenson, the sole survivor of serial killer Andrew Urdiales, faced him in a Chicago court speaking not only for herself but for the eight other women whose lives he took. A jury convicted Urdiales and sentenced him to death, marking the end of his deadly spree. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports on 48 HOURS MYSTERY "The One That Got Away".
S24 E05Oct 30, 2010
The Preacher's Wife Oct 30, 2010 Since the sudden death of his wife Kari in April 2006, Matt Baker has gone from grieving husband to a murder suspect maintaining his innocence to convicted killer. And it was his lover, Vanessa Bulls, who revealed the dark secrets that helped put him behind bars. With exclusive interviews, police videos and depositions.
S24 E06Oct 30, 2010
Dirty Little Secrets Oct 30, 2010 A preacher's wife is found dead. Now, the other woman reveals his dark, murderous secrets. "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
S24 E07Nov 6, 2010
Taken: The Amber DuBois Story Nov 6, 2010 A predator kills two girls and admits he would kill again. A "48 Hours" exclusive. "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Troy Roberts reports.
Season 25CBS All Access | CBS News
S25 E01Sep 24, 2011
Arturo Gattis Last Fight Sep 24, 2011 The 2009 death of boxer Arturo Gatti is investigated to determine whether he committed suicide or was murdered.
S25 E02Oct 8, 2011
Amanda Knox: The Untold Story Oct 8, 2011 Following the acquittal of Amanda Knox this week, "48 Hours Mystery" will broadcast "Amanda Knox: The Untold Story".48 Hours reveals Knox's personal accounts of cruel manipulation and sexual intimidation while in prison. Plus, never-before-seen video diaries from Amanda's best friend, Madison Paxton, collected over 10 months. Paxton moved to Italy to support Amanda and help fight for her freedom.
S25 E03Oct 15, 2011
Redemption Song Oct 15, 2011 After a murder rocks the Austin, Texas, music scene, a call to police from an angry wife blows the 26-year-old cold case wide open. Tracy Smith reports.
S25 E04Oct 22, 2011
The Killing Fields Oct 22, 2011 Can a Hollywood movie help solve the most notorious killing spree in Texas? Erin Moriarty reports.
S25 E05Oct 29, 2011
Murder in the O.C. Oct 29, 2011 An update on the 1994 murder of millionaire William McLaughlin in his Newport Beach, Cal., home. Former NFL linebacker Eric Naposki was convicted of the crime, but he claims he is innocent and speaks about the case.
S25 E06Nov 12, 2011
Private Needham's War Nov 12, 2011 A decorated soldier who was medievac-ed from Iraq and later diagnosed with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) remembers little of the beating that he gave his 19-year-old girlfriend who died from his hands.
S25 E07Nov 26, 2011
Murder at the Manor Nov 26, 2011 A Cajun millionaire turned English gentleman becomes a suspect in a murder investigation.
Season 26CBS All Access | CBS News
S26 E01Sep 29, 2012
My Dad's Killer Sep 29, 2012 48 HOURS gets underway Saturday, Sept. 29 at 10:00 PM, ET with "My Dad's Killer," which features Richard Schlesinger's report about a daughter who spent a decade certain she knew who killed her father and his fiancé, but couldn't prove it. After 48 HOURS began reporting the story, investigators pushed the case and the killer will now stand trial for murder. It is a story 48 HOURS has been reporting on for five years and the outcome has the potential to rip the family apart.
S26 E02Oct 6, 2012
Friends For Life Oct 6, 2012 An unfaithful husband is shot dead - do his wife and her best friend have a clue? Erin Moriarty reports.
S26 E03Oct 13, 2012
Collision Course Oct 13, 2012 A car crash leaves a young Air Force vet dead - but her boyfriend alive. The crash didn't kill her, what did? Susan Spencer reports.
S26 E04Oct 20, 2012
The Preacher's Passion Oct 20, 2012 An actress is dead and her preacher boyfriend prays for answers. Maureen Maher reports.
S26 E05Oct 27, 2012
Lina's Heart Oct 27, 2012 A beautiful wife and mother is suddenly dead. Would a twin really know if his brother was a killer? Erin Moriarty investigates.
Lina's Heart A beautiful wife and mother is suddenly dead. Would a twin really know if his brother was a killer? Erin Moriarty investigates.
S26 E06Nov 10, 2012
Secrets of the River Nov 10, 2012 A high school dancer and aspiring model is found dead. Did the killer videotape the murder? Peter Van Sant reports.
Season 27CBS All Access | CBS News
S27 E01Sep 28, 2013
The Sweetheart Murders Updated Sep 28, 2013 Two murdered teens, a 32-year search for justice and eight years of reporting by "48 Hours". Troy Roberts has the latest in the investigation.
S27 E02Oct 5, 2013
Spies, Lies & Secrets Oct 5, 2013 All new: A mother battles to prove her son died an American hero. Peter Van Sant reports.
Spies, Lies & Secrets Was Shane Todd's death suicide or murder? A mother battles to prove her son died an American hero. Peter Van Sant reports.
S27 E03Oct 12, 2013
Death at Cottonwood Creek Oct 12, 2013 Did a loving wife slip and fall off a cliff while posing for a snapshot or did her husband want more than a good picture? Peter Van Sant investigates.
Death at Cottonwood Creek Did a loving wife slip and fall off a cliff while posing for a snapshot or did her husband want more than a good picture? Peter Van Sant investigates.
S27 E04Oct 19, 2013
aka Rockefeller Oct 19, 2013 The untold final chapter of the amazing "Clark Rockefeller" story. The con man and accused killer faces off with Erin Moriarty in an all-new network interview.
S27 E05Oct 26, 2013
The Ghosts of Greenwich Oct 26, 2013 An update on the Michael Skakel murder case involving the death of Martha Moxley in Greenwich, Conn., in 1975.
Season 28CBS | CBS All Access
S28 E01Sep 27, 2014
Paradise Lost Sep 27, 2014 The investigation into the 2010 shooting death of Wall Street millionaire John Bender, who was killed in his exotic home in Costa Rica. His wife, Ann, is charged with the crime, but she claims she is innocent.
S28 E02Oct 4, 2014
Mommy Dearest Oct 4, 2014 A report on a woman who was acquitted in the 1992 killing of her husband in Florida, but was charged with the attempted murder of her son in 2011 after he was shot in the neck - with the same gun - in Nevada.
S28 E03Oct 11, 2014
The Hit Oct 11, 2014 An investigation into the death of an entrepreneur who was blown up in his car.
S28 E04Oct 18, 2014
Kristen's Secret Oct 18, 2014 A former middle school athlete accuses a teacher of abuse.
S28 E05Oct 25, 2014
The Pact Oct 25, 2014 15-year-old boy goes to a dance and never returns. Teen killers keep a secret for 41 years – until one of them cracks. Richard Schlesinger investigates.
S28 E06Nov 15, 2014
Prison Diaries Nov 15, 2014 Former reality TV producer on trial for murdering his wife in 2010 speaks with "48 Hours" and turns the camera on himself for a look at life inside a Mexican prison
S28 E07Nov 15, 2014
Devil's Island Nov 15, 2014 An ex-Marine, a secret life and a missing girlfriend -- was it murder? Peter Van Sant Investigates.
S29 E01Sep 12, 2015
Death on the Hudson Sep 12, 2015 An investigation into whether a New York woman killed her fiancé during a kayaking trip on the Hudson River.
S29 E02Sep 26, 2015
Hannah Graham: Deadly Connections [Part 1] Sep 26, 2015 "48 Hours" goes inside the investigation of the death of the UVA student and the evidence that links the alleged killer to other crimes spanning a decade. Susan Spencer reports.
S29 E03Sep 26, 2015
Hannah Graham: Stalked by Evil [Part 2] Sep 26, 2015 "48 Hours" goes inside the investigation of the death of the UVA student and the evidence that links the alleged killer to other crimes spanning a decade. Susan Spencer reports.
S29 E04Oct 3, 2015
The Doctor's Daughter Oct 3, 2015 Hearing her father's screams for help, Jenna Neulander dialed 9-1-1 and summoned first responders to her home. Her father, Dr. Robert Neulander, a prominent obstetrician, was trying to help her mother, Leslie, who was unresponsive in the shower.Eighteen months after Leslie Neulander died, her husband was charged with her murder. One of the key witnesses in the case? Their daughter, Jenna. But does her 9-1-1 call help the prosecution or the defense?
S29 E05Oct 10, 2015
Shadow of Death Oct 10, 2015 A couple shot dead in bed. It looked like a hit job. Was it a business deal gone bad or was the enemy closer to home? "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts investigates.
S29 E06Oct 17, 2015
Vengeance in Vegas Oct 17, 2015 A beautiful mom is murdered while her West Point grad husband was at work. Was someone stalking women in Las Vegas? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
S29 E07Oct 24, 2015
The Hunter: Searching for Kelli Bordeaux Oct 24, 2015 When a young U.S. Army combat medic goes missing, a bounty hunter takes on his biggest case ever. "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts investigates.
Season 30CBS All Access
S30 E01Sep 17, 2016
Death and the Dentist Sep 17, 2016 In his only TV interview, a New York dentist vows that he didn't kill his lover's husband, who happens to be his best friend. Richard Schlesinger investigates.
S30 E02Sep 24, 2016
Killer App Sep 24, 2016 A teenage girl was lured to her death using a smartphone app.
S30 E03Oct 1, 2016
The Mortician, The Murder, The Movie Oct 1, 2016 An investigation into the 1996 murder of a Texas widow that inspired the Jack Black movie "Bernie." At the heart of the probe is whether a mortician killed her and froze her body in order to live off her millions or to end years of abuse.
S30 E04Oct 8, 2016
Killer Performance Oct 8, 2016 A young woman is murdered, police thought her killer was on the run ... or was he? Correspondent Tracy Smith investigates.
S30 E05Oct 15, 2016
Shadow of Death Oct 15, 2016 A stunning new twist in the case of a couple shot dead in bed. It looked like a hit job, but was it? "48 Hours" Troy Roberts and Erin Moriarty investigate.
S30 E06Oct 15, 2016
Driven to Extremes Oct 15, 2016 A Texas-sized case of love, infidelity, road rage and possibly murder. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
S30 E07Oct 22, 2016
Death After Midnight Oct 22, 2016 A Colorado mom of three shot dead in her bedroom -- was it murder or suicide? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
S31 E01Sep 30, 2017
The Widow on Solway Road Sep 30, 2017 One woman, two husbands dead under strange circumstances - could she be that unlucky? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
S31 E02Oct 7, 2017
Moment of Truth Oct 7, 2017 A daughter hears her father’s last words - he was a former NYPD officer & bodyguard to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt - can she help convict his killer?
S31 E03Oct 14, 2017
Operation Murder Oct 14, 2017 Two doctors and a plot to kill -- the man who posed as a hired hit man speaks out for the first time to "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant.
S31 E04Oct 21, 2017
Love, Hate & Obsession Oct 21, 2017 Who wanted a one-time millionaire dead more: the ex-wife or the son? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant has the latest twist in this family drama.
S31 E05Oct 21, 2017
Red Notice For Murder Oct 21, 2017 A Brooklyn woman turns to a New York private eye for help tracking down a Russian beauty she believes robbed and killed her mother. Can they find her? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
S31 E06Oct 28, 2017
Storm of Suspicion Oct 28, 2017 "48 Hours" goes behind the scenes with investigators as they search for a mother of two who vanished just before Hurricane Harvey hit. Correspondent Maureen Maher investigates.
S31 E07Nov 11, 2017
Reality Kills Nov 11, 2017 Was an Atlanta detective's investigation into an alleged rape and shooting death case influenced by cameras following her for a TV reality show? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
S32 E01Sep 29, 2018
Click for a killer: Part 1 Sep 29, 2018 Known as the internet's evil twin, the dark web is a place where services offering hit men-for-hire are just a computer click away."48 Hours" explores the alarming world of murder-for-hire on the mysterious dark web and exposes an international criminal organization in a hunt for a self-described murder mastermind who uses the name Yura.A six-month investigation spans the globe and leads "48 Hours" to information in the U.S. and beyond, about murder plots bought and paid for -- but not yet carried out.Who is Yura? Where is Yura? And can police intervene before someone else gets killed?
S32 E02Sep 29, 2018
Click for a killer: Part 2 Sep 29, 2018 Known as the internet's evil twin, the dark web is a place where services offering hit men-for-hire are just a computer click away."48 Hours" explores the alarming world of murder-for-hire on the mysterious dark web and exposes an international criminal organization in a hunt for a self-described murder mastermind who uses the name Yura.A six-month investigation spans the globe and leads "48 Hours" to information in the U.S. and beyond, about murder plots bought and paid for -- but not yet carried out.Who is Yura? Where is Yura? And can police intervene before someone else gets killed?
S32 E03Oct 6, 2018
Hollywood Horror Story Oct 6, 2018 The girlfriend of a Hollywood producer is brutally murdered. Was she the victim of the Russian mob, the producer’s love life, or was there something in his graphic novel that held the key?
S32 E04Oct 13, 2018
Dead Ringer Oct 13, 2018 Ramon Sosa, was a former pro boxer who owned two gyms in Houston, Texas. He was on top of the world — until he learned someone was trying to hire a hit man to kill him. He came out fighting, helping police in an elaborate sting which meant he'd go down for the count in a most unusual way. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant goes inside the twisted case of a man whose murder was ordered – and who lived to talk about it.
S32 E05Oct 20, 2018
The Fitbit Alibi: Update Oct 20, 2018 A suspect in a murder swears he didn’t do it – can his Fitbit prove he’s innocent? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
S32 E06Oct 21, 2018
Cold-Blooded Killer Oct 21, 2018 A father goes hunting in a Florida lake and vanishes. Many people thought he was eaten by alligators, but not his mother. Seventeen years later, a stunning confession proves she was right all along.
S32 E07Nov 10, 2018
In the Name of Hate Nov 10, 2018 A brilliant Ivy League student is murdered after he went to a California park with a former high school classmate. Was he killed because he was gay and Jewish? Correspondent Tracy Smith investigates.