On a cold, sunny morning in January 1957, Leonard Prescott, a 39-year old construction worker, was driving into the town of Willow Springs, Illinois, when he noticed two strange-looking objects underneath a bridge railing. He stopped to get a better look and told himself they must be department store mannequins. He drove off, but his […]
When Seath Jackson disappeared, detectives went into his life on social media to find out if he got involved with the wrong people. When facts point them in the direction of his ex-girlfriend, Amber, his friend William helps police find out what happened. This was a good choice for the season finale of the show. […]
Online dating is murder…at least it is in this episode of Grave Mysteries. Dr. Tiffany Maher is an accomplished woman: a chemistry professor at Northeastern State University. She is intelligent, sociable, and has many friends. Living in a small town in Oklahoma can make it difficult to find romance, so Tiffany decides to give online […]
A missing person? Check. A murder? Check. Stellar police work? Well… In this, the finale of Gone, we ask ourselves if we are being overly critical or are most of these cases prolonged due to less than stellar investigatory work. Dena Raley-McCluskey was feeling positive about life when she didn’t show up for her first […]
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