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Snapped

  1. Season 0

  2. 604

    Sarah Brady

    In February of 2005, 26-year-old Sarah Brady was nine months pregnant and engaged to her baby's father. Out of the blue, she received a phone call from another expectant mother named Sarah Brody. The woman claimed she had received some of Sarah Brady's gifts from the Babies R Us registry probably a mix-up due to their similar names. After Sarah Brady went to pick up the gifts and met the other woman, she told her fiance she thought she had found a new friend. That evening, her new friend called and said the same mix-up had happened again. But this time, when Sarah Brady went to pick up her gifts, the other woman refused to let her leave. She pulled a knife, and the two Sarah's fought for almost twenty minutes. Finally, Sarah Brady managed to get the knife. She stabbed the other woman, then ran for her and her baby's life.

  3. 606

    Julia Turner

    Julia Lynn Womack was a 911 operator when she met and married Atlanta police officer Glenn Turner in 1993. But it wasn't long before the two began to have serious problems: Lynn spent Glenn's money as fast as he could make it, and she also spent frequent weekends away from home. In March of 1995, Glenn went to the emergency room, complaining of vomiting, diarrhea and nosebleeds. By the next day, he was dead. The official cause of death was an irregular heartbeat. Four days after his funeral, Lynn moved in with another man, firefighter Randy Thompson. She spent Glenn's insurance money on a cruise and expensive presents for Randy. Over the next few years, they had two children together, but their relationship, too, was turbulent. In January of 2001, Randy visited the emergency room. Like Glenn, he was suffering from vomiting and diarrhea. Like Glenn, he was dead within 24 hours. Again, the cause of death was listed as heart disease. Glenn and Randy's mothers convinced police that it was not mere coincidence that their sons died similar deaths while involved with Lynn. Both men were exhumed, and new autopsies revealed crystallized ethylene glycol - a toxin found in antifreeze - in their kidneys. Lynn was arrested for Glenn's murder, and a jury found her guilty in 2004. Shortly after she was sentenced to spend life in prison for Glenn's death, she was charged with Randy's murder. In 2007, she was tried and convicted for his murder, as well.

  4. 607

    Kathleen Denson

    Kathleen Denson was a self-made woman living the good life in one of the wealthiest resort towns in America. A successful furrier with stores in both Vail and Aspen, she had a home in Vail and a ranch in the mountains to retreat to when she wanted a little more privacy. And that came in handy when Denson began dating local playboy Gerald "Cody" Boyd - a hard-livin' and lovin' Texan who'd had a string of rich Aspen lovers. Boyd and Denson spent the next several months at the ranch house doing cocaine and videotaping themselves having sex. But the relationship took an even kinkier turn when Cody also started dating Monica Seebacher, an employee at Denson's Aspen store. In May, the threesome went to Cancun together - on Denson's tab. But, it soon became clear that three was a crowd. One fall evening in 2002, Aspen police responded to a 911 call placed from Denson's ranch. There they found Cody Boyd, shot to death with an antique black-powder pistol that was part of his extensive collection. Kathleen Denson told police she had shot him in self-defense. Police weren't so sure. They charged her with 2nd degree murder. Each day of her trial Denson showed up in a different Armani pants suit. She may have looked good, but her case didn't. Cody was unarmed when he was shot and there was no sign of a prior struggle. Denson's lawyers painted Cody as an out-of-control drug addict, using, as proof, an earlier restraining order taken out by his ex-wife, and an autopsy report that showed Boyd was high on coke when he was shot. The jury believed it. In August of 2003, Denson was acquitted.

  5. 613

    Sharon Daniels

    Elementary school teacher Sharon Daniels was known for being a patient woman. But, her patience wore thin when her preacher husband started abusing her. She first went to the police for help, then later turned to a loaded .38.

  6. 614

    Michelle Michael

    Bored with her job and her marriage, Nurse Michelle Michael thought she had the perfect plan to escape both. She gave her sleeping husband a lethal injection, set fire to the house, and tried to collect the insurance.

  7. 617

    Monique Berkeley

    Monique Berkley's sailor husband survived a year of active duty in the Persian Gulf, but he didn't survive three days at home. Police claim Monique welcomed him back by having her teenage lover shoot him to death.

  8. 619

    Ann Trexler

    Grandma Ann Trexler moved to Florida to spend more time with her granddaughter. When the girl's father decided to move her to Montana, Ann hired a hitman to bring the relocation plan to a dead stop.

  9. 620

    Kerrie Faye Brown

    Nursing home administrator Kerri Faye Brown was on the verge of being fired for cooking the books, but police claim she decided to fire first - into her employer with a .38.

  10. 621

    Tracey Frame

    Tracey Frame's boyfriend signed his house over to her to avoid repossession, but after a bitter breakup, she refused to give it back. Tracey ended the property dispute by shooting her ex and relocating his body to a storm drain.

  11. 622

    Ann Miller Kontz

    When chemist Ann Miller wanted out of her marriage, she called on chemical element #33 - arsenic - to help her become a widow instead of a divorcee.

  12. 624

    Linda Fields

    When her ranch ran on hard times, Linda Fields used her new ranch hand to get back in the black.

  13. 626

    Jeanette Sliwinski

    Beautiful model Jeanette Sliwinski hit bottom and went on a wild ride meant to end in suicide but ended with triple homicide charges instead.

  14. Season 1

  15. 6

    Jill Rockcastle

    John Allen Muhammad, 42, a veteran of the Gulf War in 1991, and his stepson John Lee Malvo, 17, were convicted in 2004 of being the Washington sniper, who had been terrorising America over a period of three weeks. Police found a gun in the suspects car - the criminals had supposedly shot it 13 times. Ten innocent people were killed, and three were wounded. Police also found a scope and a tripod. The criminals probably shot the victims without even leaving the car, as it has an opening in the trunk that allows people to lie hidden and shoot the victims. Experts unanimously agreed that it was John Allen Muhammad who was the force of the criminal tandem. What were the motives of these men, and was one 'guiltier' than the other? Psychologists suppose that John Allen Muhammad is non compos mentis, but find it difficult to explain why the stepson acted in the same way.

  16. 8

    Monique Turrene

    On November 14, 1997, 14-year-old Reena Virk goes to a party at the Craigflower Bridge, near Victoria, Canada. It is there where her 'friends' swarm, burn and beat her down. When she walks away, Kelly Ellard and Warren Glowatski follow her, beat her again and drown her. They are arrested a week later by Saanich Police. The unfolding coverage shocks the country due to the senseless violence of the young crowd. Almost ten years later, Kelly Ellard was convicted of second-degree murder, ending one of the most tragic chapters in Canadian history.

  17. Season 6

  18. 27

    Leslie MacKool

    Leslie Mackool lived a life of privilege until she married an older man with a history of broken marriages, violence and money trouble. When her disapproving mother cut off her allowance, Leslie decided to cut her mother out of her life - permanently.

  19. Season 7

  20. 1

    Ashley Humphrey

    Teen bride Ashley Humphrey gave her new husband exactly what he wanted as a wedding gift. She shot and killed a former love interest who had charged him with assault.

  21. 2

    Larissa Schuster

    When a husband and father fails to show up at work, detectives set out to find if he left on his own, or if someone made him disappear.

  22. 3

    Cindy Sommer

    A young marine dies of an apparent heart attack, but test results reveal arsenic in his system. What drives a wife to poison her husband?

  23. 4

    Mechele Linehan

    Beautiful 33-year-old Mechele Linehan appeared to be the perfect wife and mother. But a secret past would reveal otherwise.

  24. 5

    Beth Carpenter

    When a man is found dead on the side of a road, investigating officers link the crime to a vicious custody battle and a conspiracy to kill.

  25. 6

    Monique Johnson

    When a police officer goes missing, investigators first assume trouble on the job - until they get a tip from the victim's girlfriend.

  26. 7

    Susan Grund

    When a district attorney is shot in his home, key evidence turns family members against each other.

  27. 8

    Lisa Costello

    A rivalry over school bus routes turns deadly when a businessman disappears and his chief competitor becomes the main suspect.

  28. 9

    Jocelyn Dooley

    In the early morning hours of June 6, 2001, 36-year-old casino employee Vol Dooley slipped out the back door of a Shreveport nightclub; it would be the last time he was seen alive in public.

  29. 10

    Renee Poole

    An anniversary celebration turns tragic when a young husband is gunned down during a beachfront robbery.

  30. 11

    Nikki Reynolds

    A teenager accused of stabbing her mother more than 25 times finds herself fighting for her own life.

  31. 12

    Jennifer Hyatte

    After a prison nurse falls in love with an inmate, she soon finds herself facing life on the other side of the bars.

  32. 13

    Rhonda Orr

    After a tragic house fire takes a man's life, police begin to suspect that the blaze was no accident.

  33. 27

    Amanda McGhee

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  34. 28

    Stacey Castor

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  35. 29

    Michelle Hall

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  36. 30

    Elicia Hughes

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  37. 31

    Lynn Turner

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  38. 32

    Esther Wadley

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  39. 33

    Yesenia Patino

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  40. 34

    Carla Hughes

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  41. 35

    Michelle Reynolds

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  42. 36

    Martha Pineda

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  43. 37

    Shannon Crawley

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  44. 38

    Karen Grauber

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  45. 39

    Kelly Cannon

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  46. 40

    Brigette Harris

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  47. 41

    Debra Ridgley

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  48. 42

    Donna Fryman

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  49. 43

    Darlene Gentry

    The gritty true-life crime series, chronicling the lives of female criminals and delving into the circumstances that made them snap. These shocking but true stories turn the expectations about crime and criminals upside down.

  50. Season 8

  51. 1

    Marcia Kelly

    A toxic mother-daughter relationship spills over to the men in their lives, with deadly consequences.

  52. 2

    Linda Henning

    A business woman's life becomes a sci-fi tale, when her new boyfriend's ex is abducted and clues point toward an extraterrestrial motive.

  53. 3

    Shayne Lovera

    A popular professor's death looks like an accident, but turns into a murder mystery with his widow at the centre.

  54. 4

    Courtney Schulhoff

    A modern-day Romeo and Juliet story has a killer ending.

  55. 5

    Kelly Ryan

    A fitness queen turns fugitive when her assistant's body turns up in her car.

  56. 6

    Monique Berkley

    A military wife is caught in a deadly love triangle.

  57. 7

    Wendi Andriano

    The premature death of a cancer victim leaves his wife facing lethal injection.

  58. 8

    Malaika Griffin

    A woman eludes police for six years after a confrontation with her neighbour turns deadly.

  59. 9

    Erika Sifrit

    A young woman's scrapbook offers insight into a shocking crime.

  60. 10

    Amber Trudell

    A yoga instructor's death reveals his girlfriend's secret double life.

  61. 11

    Jessica McCord

    Two bodies in the back of a burning car lead police to the door of a police officer's wife.

  62. 12

    Sarah Kolb

    A teen love triangle ends with a missing girl, a dismembered body and three families changed forever in East Moline, Illinois.

  63. 13

    Adrienne Hickson

    The turbulent relationship between a promising law student and her boyfriend ends with an unexpected act of violence.

  64. 14

    Linda Pedroza

    Forced to choose between her mother and her boyfriend, a Florida teen makes a deadly decision in West Palm Beach, Florida.

  65. 15

    Michelle Hetzel

    A young girl's death is complicated by her lesbian lover and her lesbian lover's husband in Pennsylvania.

  66. 16

    Shawna Nelson

    The motive behind the execution-style murder of a police officer's wife puts a dark new twist on the term "internal affairs".

  67. 17

    Cynthia George

    A beauty queen ends up in the spotlight when a local murder reveals her scandalous secret life, but was she wrongly accused?

  68. 18

    Lisa Whedbee

    A man awakens alone to find a knife-wielding man in his bedroom. But is his absent wife a victim or an accomplice?

  69. 19

    Misty Witherspoon

    In 2005, Misty Witherspoon accidentally shot her police officer husband, Quinn, with his service weapon. But, when police learned the grieving widow had also embezzled money from her church, it wasn't long before they saw a motive to kill.

  70. 20

    Dalia Dippolito

    A beautiful young woman is caught on tape plotting to kill her husband. But was it real or an audition for reality TV?

  71. 21

    Jessica Riggins

    A case study of Jessica Riggins, an Arizona woman who was convicted of the August 2007 shooting death of her husband.

  72. 23

    Courtenay Savage

    A businesswoman seeks revenge and ends up a fugitive.

  73. 24

    Nancy Seaman

    A popular elementary school teacher is accused of murdering her husband with an axe.

  74. 25

    Amy Bosley

    A bookkeeper gets behind on taxes for the family business, and her husband turns up dead before he can learn about her secret.

  75. 26

    Ashleigh Pechaluk

    This hit true crime series profiles the fascinating cases of women accused of murder.

  76. 28

    Mary Winkler

    Who are these women and what drives them to kill? This hit true crime series profiles the fascinating cases of women accused of murder.

  77. 29

    Martha Freeman

    Who are these women and what drives them to kill? This hit true crime series profiles the fascinating cases of women accused of murder.

  78. 30

    Elizabeth Reynolds

    Who are these women and what drives them to kill? This hit true crime series profiles the fascinating cases of women accused of murder.

  79. Season 9

  80. 1

    Sarah Jo Pender

    Indiana native Sarah Pender was trying to live the American dream. She worked full-time at a construction company near downtown Indianapolis to support herself. In July 2000, a friend introduced Sarah to Richard Hull at a concert. The attraction was instant. Within two weeks, Richard had moved in. A former high school football star from nearby Noblesville, Richard had spent the last few years involved in drugs and alcohol. A few days after moving in with Sarah, Richard asked if his friend, Andrew Cataldi, and his girlfriend, Tricia Nordman, could stay with them temporarily. Sarah agreed and the two couples liked the living arrangement enough to move into a house together on August 19, 2000. According to Sarah, Richard and Andrew made a living selling drugs, but soon, the two men were fighting over their business dealings. On October 25th, an employee of the local teamsters union discovered the two bodies in a dumpster behind the headquarters. There was no identification on the victims, but by broadcasting the victims tattoos on the local newscast the following morning, investigators were able to identify them as 26-year-old Tricia Nordman and 25-year-old Andrew Cataldi.

  81. 2

    Joanne Hayes

    On April 26, 2009, Heather Strube and her soon to be ex-husband Steven exchanged custody of their son at a busy Target parking lot. But as Heather strapped her son into his car seat, a person wearing a big black wig and a fake moustache confronted the young mother, then raised a revolver to her head and pulled the trigger. Shocked onlookers watched in horror as the disguised gunman stood over the body for several seconds and then nonchalantly walked out of the parking lot in broad daylight. To detectives arriving on the scene, the calm execution and lack of physical evidence had all the hallmarks of a hit. But who would want the 25-year-old mother dead?

  82. 3

    Ellen Snyder

    When Ellen Snyder's husband Mike disappeared in January of 2002, after nearly nine years of marriage, the couple's friends and family were shocked - especially when Ellen told everyone that Mike had left her for his gay lover. The Snyders had met while working in car dealerships in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ellen, a single mum to a young son, was a service manager, Mike, a master mechanic. The two hit it off and eventually married in 1994. They built a beautiful house together in one of Albuquerque's best neighbourhoods, and, in 1996, Ellen gave birth to a daughter. In June of 2001, however, the couple's fortunes took a turn for the worse. Mike was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and had to quit work. Then, in January of 2002, he vanished. Mike's family was immediately suspicious of Ellen's claim that Mike had run off with a male lover, and reported him missing. However, the case went cold until January of 2010.

  83. 4

    Clara Schwartz

    Baby-faced Clara Schwartz had a comfortable childhood in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C.,until, at the age of fifteen, Clara's mother died. Clara's father - renowned DNA researcher RobertSchwartz - was left to care for her increasingly troubled teenaged daughter. In high school and college,Clara gravitated toward "Goth" groups, and spent her spare time involved in fantasy role-playing gameswith her friends. When her father made his disapproval known, their relationship became strained. Justhow strained became clear when, on December 10, 2001, detectives showed up at Clara's dorm with bad news: her father had been stabbed to death two days earlier. Within days, police had a suspect: 18-year-old Kyle Hulbert, one of Clara's friends. When detectives questioned Clara, she told them her father had abused her for years. Then in 2001, she had befriended Kyle at a Renaissance Fair, and they frequently engaged in fantasy role-play. Clara, in the guise of her fantasy character, told Kyle about her father's abuse, and Kyle vowed to kill her abuser. But Clara's sole defense was that she thought it was just a game. Under questioning, Kyle admitted Clara's story was true, but it was missing a few details - like the fact that he killed Robert Schwartz at Clara's request. He conceded they were playing the fantasy game when she asked, but it was in the real world that she had shown him where her father lived and given him money for the murder. Clara was arrested, and, in 2002, she was found guilty of her father's murder. She was sentenced to 48 years in prison.

  84. 5

    Jennifer Bowan

    In 2009, Jennifer Bowen was a 29-year-old waitress, in Taylor, Texas. She was also recently married to one of her regular customers, Kevin Bowen. Everything seemed to be looking up, except for one thing: she still had to split custody of her daughter with her ex-husband, John David Blattner. Though the two had been separated for years, their divorce was only finalised in 2008 and the issue of custody was still being resolved in the courts. John David was actively pursuing increased visitation with their child. But, in March, John David disappeared two days before their custody court hearing. And it didn't take long for the police to turn their attention to Jennifer. John David was last seen with Jennifer, going for a drive Saturday night. But she insisted she dropped John David off. The police asked Jennifer and her husband, Kevin, to come in for a taped interview. While Jennifer admitted that she and John David had argued the day he disappeared, both insisted that they didn't know what had happened to John since. Then, two weeks later, John David's body was found on an abandoned property just outside of town. He had been shot execution-style with a 9mm pistol. Within hours, officers retrieved the gun from a nearby river. Its serial number was traced back to the former father-in-law of Kevin Bowen. Police were also able to match DNA on a cigarette butt at the crime scene to Kevin. With the evidence stacking up against Jennifer and her husband, police arrested them both on charges of first-degree murder. Just before the trial was scheduled to begin, the couple decided to plead guilty in hopes of receiving lower sentences. As part of their deal, they explained how the murder had occurred. According to Jennifer and Kevin, they had taken John David to the abandoned property to try to dissuade him from seeking additional custody of his daughter. They claimed John David became violent and attacked Jennifer, and that's when Kevin pulled his gun and shot John David.

  85. 5

    Erin McLean

    Surveillance cameras uncover mysteries and misgivings of unfaithful partners. Get ready to view actual true stories, filmed live documenting the pain of a spouse or lover caused by cheaters!

  86. 6

    Regina Williams

    Regina Williams and her boyfriend, Maurice Landis, had what can only be described as a tumultuous relationship. They had their ups and downs, and their biggest down came at a Halloween party in 2004. In fact, the couple began to fight so loudly that they were both asked to leave. The fight boiled until Maurice walked away. Fearing he was walking home to take his anger out on her children, Regina hopped in her GMC Jimmy and chased Landis down the street. He attempted to run into a grassy area, where she followed-striking him into the street, where another car hit him, and killed him on the spot. Although Williams left the scene, she returned and was quickly apprehended. Her blood-alcohol content registered 0.125 percent-well over the legal limit. In March 2006, Regina Williams plead guilty to second degree murder, and for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, but she sought a lesser sentence due to the prior abuse she claimed she suffered at the hands of Landis. The judge didn't take that too much into consideration and sentenced her to 15-years.

  87. 7

    Tyonne Palmer

    Growing up in New Orleans, Tyonne Palmer dreamed of a career in medicine. She received her certification as a nurse's assistant and, after Hurricane Katrina, moved to Houston to rebuild her life. In Houston, 30-year-old Tyonne met 19-year-old William Fuller, a neighbour who suffered from sickle cell anemia. Tyonne helped take care of William, whose father, Tracy Burleson, was pastor of the First New Mount Calvary Baptist Church. Eventually, the married pastor developed more than a passing interest in his son's caregiver. Tracy asked Tyonne on a date - after assuring Tyonne that he and his wife Pauletta were getting a divorce. Charmed by the pastor's attention, Tyonne accepted Tracy's advances and the two became lovers. A few months later, Tracy's marriage would be over, but it wouldn't end in divorce. On May 18, 2010, Pauletta Burleson was shot dead outside her house. Tracy claimed the shooting happened during the short time he'd run to the store to get some snacks. But investigators found no evidence of him having purchased any snacks that night. And when they canvassed the neighbourhood, detectives learned that on the morning of the shooting, neighbors saw Pauletta arguing with Tracy and another woman - a woman whose description matched Tyonne Palmer's.

  88. 8

    Tracey Richter

    Born in Chicago in 1966, Tracey Richter trained as a nurse and by age 22 was married to 31-year-old plastic surgeon John Pitman. The couple had a son, Bert, before their marriage fell apart. Tracey's battle for sole custody of Bert would drag on for years, heating up after she met Australian computer programmer Michael Roberts online. Tracey flew to Australia to meet Michael in person and the two hit it off so well, they got married during her whirlwind trip. Michael returned to Chicago with Tracey. After having two children together, the couple decided to trade big city life for the quieter pace of Early, Iowa. Michael ran his computer business from their home, and the couple settled in to small town life. But their new life wouldn't be peaceful for long.

  89. 9

    Raynella Leath

    Raynella Large was a small town girl, who met small town boy, Ed Dossett in college. The couple fell in love and were married by the summer of 1969. The couple moved to Knoxville, TN, where Ed attended law school, while Raynella began her career working as a nurse. After law school, Ed quickly moved through the ranks and became District Attorney General of Knox County. They both had successful careers and had three children. In October of 1991, Ed fell ill with late stage colon cancer, but he didn't let it get him down. He continued to work, but on July 9, 1992, tragedy struck. Ed died mysteriously, trampled to death by his own cattle. The death was ruled an accident and Raynella was paid double due to the "accidental death" clause in his insurance policy. Six months after Ed's death, Raynella married Ed's childhood friend, David Leath.

  90. 10

    Marni Yang

    Marni Yang was a divorced mother of three working as a real estate agent, bartender, and model, but when Rhoni Reuter and her unborn child were gunned down in October of 2007, every aspect of Marni's life came under scrutiny. The women had one thing in common: an open relationship with former Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle. Marni Yang met Shaun Gayle in 2005 and became his real estate agent, and their business relationship occasionally turned sexual. But Marni became jealous when Shaun's longtime open relationship with Rhoni Reuter changed in 2007: Rhoni became pregnant with his daughter. On the early morning of October 4, Rhoni was just leaving for work when she was surprised at her door by a disguised attacker and shot seven times, twice directly in her stomach. Violent crime was unheard of in the sleepy town of Deerfield, Illinois, so the Deerfield Police Department called in the Lake County Major Crimes Task Force.

  91. 11

    Shannon Baugus

    On the afternoon of Sunday, March 21, 2010, in the sleepy town of Savannah, Tennessee, 911 dispatchers received a call from a distressed 39-year-old woman, Shannon Baugus. Shannon told the dispatcher that she and her husband of four years, horse trainer Eddie Baugus, had been fighting and that she had reached across their bed, grabbed a gun and shot him. The dispatcher heard Shannon call Eddie's name and tell him that she loved him. By the time police arrived, Eddie was dead.

  92. 12

    Nanette Johnston

    When 55-year-old millionaire businessman Bill McLaughlin was shot six times in his Newport Beach home while his 29-year-old girlfriend Nanette Johnston was out Christmas shopping, police knew from the start it was an inside job. The killer had let him or herself into the house using a copy of the house key - which was still in the door - and had dropped a key outside, which had clearly been used to access the gated community in which Bill and Nanette lived. However, no clear suspects emerged until detectives talked to Nanette's ex-husband, who mentioned that Nanette and another man had attended her son's soccer game on the night of the murder, but left early. And the man that was with her wasn't Bill McLaughlin. Instead, it was another boyfriend - 28-year-old former NFL player Eric Naposki. He was also currently working as a bouncer at a nightclub just around the block from Bill McLaughlin's house. Further investigation revealed that Eric owned a 9mm handgun - the same type of weapon used in the murder.

  93. 13

    Rennie Pratt

    Rennie Pratt grew up in Garden City, Kansas with a big heart and a big family, but in 1995 when Rennie was only 13, her 15-year-old sister disappeared. Rennie responded to the tragedy by acting out and getting into trouble. She ended up in foster care until the age of 18, and at 19 she had her first child. She earned her cosmetology license, and eventually moved to Fresno with her boyfriend and child, to live near his family. The couple had two more children, but after nearly 10 years of ups and downs, they eventually called it quits. In the spring of 2008, a few months after Rennie's break up, she met Michael Porcella in a bar outside of Fresno. The two were immediately infatuated with each other. It wasn't long before Rennie left Fresno to move in with Michael in Oakland, and started working at a local barbershop. Their relationship was no fairy tale, though. Drugs were introduced into the equation, which led to frequent arguing, and the police were called multiple times for domestic disputes, with both Rennie and Michael claiming abuse. Despite their differences, the two remained enamored with each other. Eventually, Rennie decided to move out. On April 10th, Rennie called 911 to report that Michael had just been shot.

  94. 14

    Brittany Norwood

    On the morning of March 12, 2011, the manager of the upscale yoga clothing store Lululemon Athletica arrived at work to find a shop of horrors. The back room of the store was covered in blood, and on the floor was the body of one of her best employees, 30-year-old Jayna Murray. Jayna had been stabbed and beaten almost beyond recognition. A whimpering noise led her and a by-stander to the bathroom, where they found another employee, 28-year-old Brittany Norwood, bound and gagged. Brittany also appeared to have been beaten.

  95. 15

    Nicole Abusharif

    When Nicole Abusharif first met Becky Klein, the two hit it off immediately. Becky was Nicole's supervisor at a Chicago nursing home, and when Becky broke off her engagement, Nicole was there to provide friendly support both in and outside of work. Within a few weeks, the two became more than friends. Though Nicole was a tough girl and lesbian from the South Side, and Becky was a former cheerleader raised in an upper class suburb, they found a common ground and built a relationship that lasted more than eight years until March 15, 2007. That morning, Becky didn't make it into work. Her employer knew that something must be wrong for Becky not to call in, so he contacted Nicole, who appeared to be equally baffled. By that weekend, the disappearance was all over the news, and friends and family were searching the city for any trace of Becky. Then, in the couple's garage, police made a gruesome discovery.

  96. 16

    Jessica Hill

    In 2007, Shane and Jessica Hill were going through a rough patch in their marriage. The longtime sweethearts had married in 2002 and had two children, but Shane's job as a truck driver often kept him away from home. While Shane was on the road, the couple's friend and housemate Daniel Blair began tending to Jessica's needs. One afternoon, Shane caught the two together in bed and attacked Daniel in a fury. But, after things calmed down, Jessica agreed to end the affair, and Shane agreed to try to work things out to keep their family intact. But their new beginning would end quickly after a terrible accident occurred on May 28, 2007.

  97. 17

    Taylor Marks

    Taylor Marks had a comfortable middle class upbringing, but she had also been through tragedy. After her father died when she was only 13, Taylor and her mother Kristie moved to Akron, OH where her mother started a successful business. But after graduating high school, Taylor rebelled, refusing to go to college and dating a boy from the wrong side of the tracks. When Kristie pushed her to try harder, Taylor decided she'd had enough and moved in with her new boyfriend, Brian Smith. Much to Kristie's dismay, Brian lived with his mother in North Hill, in an Akron housing project. Despite Taylor's behaviour, Kristie continued to support her daughter. Then Kristie got the call she had been waiting for: Taylor wanted to come back home. Kristie drove to the North Hill apartment complex to pick her daughter up, but their reunion would end in tragedy.

  98. 18

    Stephanie Lazarus

    LAPD detective Stephanie Lazarus had a glamorous beat - she was a superstar on the stolen art squad so it was no surprise when her co-worker, Det. Dan Jaramillo, stopped by her desk on June 5, 2009 to ask her to help him interrogate a suspect who was talking about stolen art. Little did she know, as she walked toward the interrogation room, that she was actually the suspect, and the charge was much more serious than art theft.

  99. 19

    Rachel Wade

    At 19, Pinellas Park, Florida teenager Rachel Wade immediately fell for 19-year old Josh Camacho. But she wasn't the only one. Another teen, 18-year-old Sarah Ludemann, was also swept away by Josh. Both of the girls began dating him, and at first, neither realized their relationship wasn't exclusive. The two girls couldn't have been more different. Rachel was the wild child, living on her own after dropping out of high school and taking a job at Applebee's. Sarah was the good girl - an excellent student who considered Josh not only her first boyfriend, but her first love. When the two girls found out Josh was two-timing them, they didn't get mad at him; instead they became furious with each other. For months, they feuded via vicious voice mails, text messages and MySpace postings. Rachel would call Sarah fat and ugly, asking why Josh would want her. Sarah would come to Rachel's workplace to harass her. Then, on the night of April 14th, 2009, the battle over Josh escalated far beyond name-calling.

  100. 20

    Kara Lounsbury

    Kara Lounsbury never got along with her father, but when his small business made him millions she decided to stay close to home. Kara's parents went through an acrimonious divorce when she was young, and Kara went to live with her mother while her brother Jared went with their father, Hap. She struggled through childhood and even attempted suicide at 16, but Kara eventually got her depression under control and met her husband in college. The newlyweds moved back to her hometown of Hudson, Colorado, and Hap tried to make amends by hiring Kara's new husband Stuart. He also put Kara on the payroll at his successful small business. Despite his efforts, the family remained divided, and would become even more so when Kara accused her brother of stealing from the company, placing a wedge between Hap, Kara, and Jared. Just few months later, Hap and his wife Sue were missing from their church's Wednesday night church meeting.

  101. 21

    Velma Ogden Whitehead

    Velma Ogden grew up in rural northwest Arkansas. Shortly after high school, Velma married and moved to Seattle, Washington. The couple had two children together, but the marriage wouldn't last. As the relationship deteriorated amidst allegations of abuse, Velma's only escape was her work at Boeing's Seattle factory, where she befriended her easygoing co-worker, Ron Whitehead. Once divorced from her first husband, Velma and her two children moved in with Ron. The couple married, and her children began calling Ron "dad." But Velma's idyllic new life wouldn't last, either. As her son, Jon, grew into a teenager, he and Ron clashed more over his schooling, while Velma continued to baby him. Velma also grew more frustrated with Ron's tight control over the family's finances. Then on March 18, 2005, Ron left for work just like any other morning. Except this time, he would never come home.

  102. 22

    Sandra Jesse

    On August 13, 1998, 47-year-old Sandra Jessee left her cancer-stricken husband Jack at home while she ran to get some food and run errands. When she returned, her husband of 14 years was dead - but the cancer hadn't killed him. He had been stabbed to death by an intruder.

  103. 23

    Jennifer Womac

    On Saturday, September 19, 2009, 36-year-old Jennifer Womac and her stepmom Ruth Ann were returning from a morning shopping trip when they found Jennifer's father, Grady Nichols, bleeding to death from a shotgun wound on the back porch of his home.

  104. 24

    Sheila Davalloo

    On Friday, November 8, 2002, 32-year-old Anna Lisa Raymundo was stabbed to death in her condominium in the upscale Stamford, Connecticut neighbourhood of Shippan. For months the murder remained unsolved. Then in March of 2003, a woman named Sheila Davalloo stabbed her husband Paul Christos in an attempted murder. During the investigation of the stabbing, police learned that she had tried to kill Christos so that she could be with her former lover Nelson Sessler. Nelson had broken off a relationship with Shelia and started dating Anna Lisa in 2002.

  105. 25

    Shanterrica Madden

    March 3, 2011, dispatchers in Murfreesboro, Tennessee received a frantic 911 call, but police arrived too late to save 21-year-old Tina Stewart. The caller was Tina's boyfriend of two years, KC Anuna. Both Tina and KC were popular basketball players for Middle Tennessee State University. When police arrived, they found KC in the parking lot, screaming for help and found Tina's roommate, 21-year-old Shanterrica Madden, hiding behind a car.

  106. 26

    Mary Beth Harshbarger

    Born in 1965, Mary Beth Kintner grew up on a sprawling farm in the small rural community of Meshoppen, Pennsylvania. But for much of her life, Mary Beth suffered from violent mood swings. Eventually, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and given medication to control her outbursts. As she grew older, Mary Beth developed a love of the outdoors, which helped her catch the eye of Mark Harshbarger. They shared many of the same interests including hunting.

  107. 27

    Mia Gonzales

    By all appearances, Mia and Abel Gonzales seemed to have a good family and a solid marriage. Living in sunny Southern California, Abel considered Mia's first daughter his own, and the couple had two more beautiful daughters together. But an event in the early morning of Saturday, October 27, 2007 revealed that the Gonzales family was not as happy as most people believed.

  108. 28

    Tonya Ford

    February 10, 2009. It was a little after one o clock in the afternoon when Taylor County, Kentucky EMS received an urgent 911 call. The caller was 35-year-old Tonya Ford. She had come home to find her husband, Officer David Ford, shot in the back of the head.

  109. Season 10

  110. 1

    Teresa Stone

    Teresa Stone was a religious woman with a happy family, but her affair with her pastor would lead to the death of her beloved husband. Teresa Greenawalt and Randy Stone grew up down the street from each other in Independence, Missouri, and when they started dating after he returned from the military, his family was thrilled. The couple soon married and had two kids. All four became active in their church. The arrival of a new pastor in 1999 was exciting for the entire congregation. David Love was a charismatic preacher who encouraged church members to meet with him frequently, and Randy and Teresa both took advantage of his open-door policy. While David counseled Randy occasionally, his meetings with Teresa were far more frequent. And after Teresa suffered a miscarriage in 2004, their daily counseling sessions increased. In 2010, Randy threatened to leave the church and take his family with him because of the mishandling of church funds. Only days later, Teresa found Randy, dead in their shared office. Processing the scene, police found something interesting in the trash can an intimate love note. Police asked Teresa about the note during her interview that night, but she claimed it was of little significance. Skeptical, they let her go for the time being. A month later, they brought her in for two more days of intense interviews, and Teresa finally cracked, admitting to a 10 year affair with Pastor Love. But instead of taking the blame for Randy's death, she pointed the finger at David Love.

  111. 2

    Jane Reth

    In late 1987, Jane Reth was settling into a new life in Sitka, Alaska. She had just married her college sweetheart, Scott Coville, who was working in the town s booming fishing industry. But the newlyweds were struggling to get by. And by May of 1988, Scott's parents had been calling him for weeks with no answer. Eventually, Scott's mother reported him missing. Meanwhile, Jane left Alaska and returned to California. She wrote a letter to Scott's parents detailing the problems in her brief marriage. She also claimed that Scott had simply left one day and she had no idea what happened to him. The mystery of Scott s disappearance would take nearly 22 years to solve. In 2005, Jane's second marriage ended in divorce. But when her ex-husband tried to have their marriage annulled, he told the church investigator a shocking secret. He revealed that Jane had confessed to killing her first husband, Scott Coville. The church investigator contacted authorities in Alaska, who re-opened the nearly 20-year-old case.

  112. 3

    Adrienne Davidson

    Pomona, California. January 1st, 2009. It was around 2am on New Year's Day and 21-year-old Jessica Davidson had just left a friend's party when she received a curious phone call from her mother, Adrienne, asking her to come home. Jessica's boyfriend drove her home and when she arrived, her mother asked if her boyfriend could take her to the police station and so he did. At the station, Adrienne told the police she had shot her husband. Within minutes, squad cars from the Pomona Police Department had been dispatched to Adrienne's house. In the master bedroom, the police found confirmation that Adrienne's husband, Ezra, had been shot in the head. According to Adrienne, her husband had admitted to having an affair about two weeks earlier and she was devastated.

  113. 4

    Amy Bishop

    Amy Bishop was a 45-year-old woman from Braintree, Massachusetts, who was married and had four children. She had completed her undergraduate degree in biology at Northeastern University, and went on to receive her PhD from Harvard. In 2003, she became an assistant professor in the biology department at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. But by February of 2010, Amy was on the outs at the university. Her bid for tenure had been denied, and she would not be teaching again in the fall. On February 12, Amy unexpectedly attended a faculty meeting. Nearly an hour later, three of her colleagues were dead and three others wounded. Amy was apprehended moments after the shooting, but the investigation would reveal startling information about the professor's violent past.

  114. 5

    Christine Paolilla

    Christine Paolilla had a challenging childhood and trouble making friends. In 1988 her father was killed in a construction accident. Later, Christine began to suffer from alopecia - a rare disorder that resulted in Christine losing her hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes. Other children taunted Christine. Things only got worse, when her family moved to Clear Lake, Texas for a fresh start. Much to her mother's dismay, Christine became involved with bad boy Chris Snider and began to experiment with drugs, but when Chris was sent to juvenile detention, Christine felt abandoned. She then met two girls that would become her best friends: Rachel Koloroutis and Tiffany Rowell. Christine's new friends helped the ugly duckling become a swan. Chris Snider was released from juvenile detention and reentered Christine's life, but Tiffany and Rachel did not approve. When the two older girls graduated a year ahead of Christine in 2003, she felt jealous and abandoned once again. Weeks later, Rachel, Tiffany, Tiffany s boyfriend Marcus Precella, and Marcus cousin Adelbert Sanchez were all found dead in the home the girls shared.

  115. 5

    Kelly Forbes

    Surveillance cameras uncover mysteries and misgivings of unfaithful partners. Get ready to view actual true stories, filmed live documenting the pain of a spouse or lover caused by cheaters!

  116. 6

    Jennifer Nibbe

    The shot that would change beautiful, blonde 33-year-old Jennifer Nibbe's life rang out just before 6 a.m. on the morning of August 31, 2010. Jennifer called 911 to say that an intruder had broken into the house where she lived with her 26-year-old husband, Jim Nibbe, and her son from a previous relationship, 16-year-old Brady. Jennifer told the 911 dispatcher that the intruder had shot Jim in the head, then attacked her, but fled when he heard their dog barking. When police arrived, they found Jennifer and her son Brady alive, but shaken; Jim, however, was dead. Over the next ten days, detectives searched for the intruder and poured over the crime scene for clues. Investigators found no evidence of an intruder, but began to suspect Jim's killer was someone who had already been inside.

  117. 7

    Kristi Lunbery

    Kristi Conley grew up in the small mountain town of Burney, California. A good student with lots of friends, in high school Kristi became a cheerleader. When she was a sophomore, she started dating a star athlete on the school's football team, senior Charlie Bateson. In 1988, after Kristi graduated, the couple got married. Soon they had two young daughters, making their financial situation tough. Kristi's grandmother let them live in a small rental home she owned, for free. On the morning of April 17th, 1992, Kristi took her daughters and went to the neighbouring town of Redding to run errands. Charlie, who worked the night shift at the local saw mill, was home sleeping. While in Redding, Kristi's car got a flat tire, so she called Charlie for help. But he never answered. Kristi asked a neighbour to go wake him up. What the neighbour found would change Kristi's life forever - Charlie was dead in the bedroom, a single gunshot wound to the head. When investigators questioned Kristi, she said the home's previous tenants had been drug dealers. Maybe Charlie's death was a case of mistaken identity? But investigators thought the killer was much closer to home - Kristi.

  118. 8

    Katherine Holmes

    Katherine Wiles was a young mother with a promising career in criminal justice, but everything fell apart when a secret admirer decided to help out with her tumultuous divorce. Katherine Holmes was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1984 and grew up in the small town of Smyrna. In high school, Katherine took a job at the local Chucky Cheese and met a boy named Barry Haislip, who developed a crush on her. She graduated in 2002, leaving Barry behind, and attended college with a criminal justice degree in mind. Her plans were derailed in 2006 when Katherine gave birth to a baby girl. With the father out of the picture, Katherine worked hard to support herself and the baby. Soon, a co-worker named Andy Holmes caught her eye. The two started dating, and eventually married in July of 2008. Andy eventually adopted Katherine's daughter, and the two had a child of their own 2010. However, Katherine became frustrated with what she claimed was Andy's lack of ambition, especially in light of their family s growing needs. Katherine then met Billy Pierce at her new job, and the two hit it off. She broke the news to Andy that she wanted a divorce, and, at first, things seemed amicable. But once Katherine and the kids moved in with her new boyfriend, the divorce took a downward turn and custody became an issue. On August 24th, 2011 Katherine's boyfriend, Billy, was unable to accompany her to the custody exchange, so she called someone else: Barry Haislip. Katherine dropped Barry inside the apartment complex and went to the exchange location, but Andy was already there and she decided to go ahead with the exchange. Suddenly, a man emerged and shot Andy once in the back of the head. Andy was rushed to the hospital, and when Katherine was later questioned, she admitted that Barry was the gunman and that she had brought Barry to the apartments that evening.

  119. 9

    Tammy Cole

    Tammy Cole was a quiet woman who liked cars and traveled often for her job as a pipe fitter. But while visiting her sister in Poplar Grove, Illinois, she met Vance Evans, an autoworker for Chrysler who co-owned a popular bar in Tomah, Wisconsin. Vance was outgoing and friendly, and the two started dating. But Vance didn't consider their relationship serious. Tammy, on the other hand, fell deeply in love with Vance. In 2009, when Vance retired from Chrysler, he made plans to move to Tomah to run his bar fulltime. He told Tammy their relationship was over. But Tammy didn't believe him. Meanwhile, Vance moved and began dating another woman in Wisconsin, Mary McClain. On April 26, 2010, after returning home from a job in Virginia, Tammy drove to Vance's home in Tomah. But the night would end in tragedy. Vance was shot once in the head. His girlfriend, Mary, found him on his living room floor in a pool of blood. The house was also filled with natural gas, from a gas line in the kitchen that had been broken. Mary called 911, and told police that earlier he had called her to say that there was a "psycho bitch from Illinois" in his house and he couldn't get rid of her. Vance's family began trying to track down the woman who had been in Vance's home.

  120. 10

    Michelle Gaiser

    Michelle Gaiser was a 38-year old woman who immigrated to Houston from the Philippines as a child. After high school, she started to work for a personal injury law firm, and quickly rose in the ranks of the business. By her late twenties, Michelle was an office manager. Through her position, she was able to meet many local lawyers, including a wealthy personal injury attorney named Jeffrey Stern. By 2008, Michelle and Jeffrey were involved in an illicit affair. But Jeffrey was married. In 2010, a series of assassination attempts on Jeffrey's wife, Yvonne, forced her and her children to move out of their Bellaire home. But one morning Yvonne was in the parking garage of her building when a gunman approached her vehicle. He shot her in the side, but Yvonne survived, playing dead until the gunman left. She then drove to a nearby gas station to get help. While Yvonne was in recovery, the police questioned Jeffrey Stern about who could have wanted to kill his wife.

  121. 11

    Melissa Stredney

    Melissa Stredney was a graduate teaching assistant at Ohio State University when she met 28-year-old Jamie Hart at a local coffee shop. They hit it off immediately and soon began dating. The relationship had its ups and downs, but it moved fast when Melissa told Jamie she was pregnant with triplets. Jamie was ecstatic and soon the couple was engaged. A few months later, Melissa told Jamie she had had a miscarriage. This led to deep depression for Melissa and after months, it was just too much for Jamie, so they broke up and he moved out. Jamie claims that after the split, Melissa would stalk him and on December 14, 2010, she was at it again. It was a little before 8am when 30-year-old Jamie Hart pulled into the parking lot of NCO Financial Services, the office where he worked. As Jamie hurried towards his office door, his ex-fiance, 30-year-old Melissa Stredney confronted him. She had been waiting for him in the parking lot.

  122. 12

    Lisa Gilliam

    Lisa Gilliam was a 42-year-old newlywed starting a new life with local attorney, Larry Gilliam, but everything would change when she called to report his attempted suicide. In 2010 Lisa was contemplating a divorce from her second husband. Her two daughters were grown and out of the house, and Lisa was feeling isolated in her marriage. Larry Gilliam was a former coalminer turned attorney, and Lisa had met him in court working as a probation and parole officer. So when Lisa needed legal advice, she naturally turned to the dashing older man. The two had immediate chemistry, and within months they had started a relationship, despite their pending divorces. Lisa's divorce went smoothly, but Larry's divorce took time, and the resulting alimony payments were steep. The day Larry's divorce finalised in November of 2010, the two got married, and soon after, Lisa discovered that the alimony payments weren't Larry's only financial burden - he was also drowning in debt. From tax liens and school loans to unpaid Corvettes and Harleys, Larry's attorney paycheck wasn't covering their needs. The couple frequently argued, but the newlyweds always made up. That is until a different argument started on January 7, 2011.

  123. 13

    Caren Pressley-Brown

    Caren Pressley-Brown was a single mother from Warrenton, Virginia. Born in 1961, Caren grew up in an upper-middle class Ohio family. After a back injury ended her gymnastics career, Caren turned her competitive drive into a profession in insurance sales. By the summer of 1997, Caren was separated from her first husband. It was then that she had a brief relationship with a business associate named Steven Cosby. Their relationship fizzled, but yielded one lasting result a son, born in May of 1998. Caren decided she would raise the baby on her own and for the first few years was a successful single mother to their son. However, by the time the child was four, he began to ask questions about who his father was. Caren reached out to Steven and introduced him into his son's life. But Caren soon became uncomfortable with the arrangement and a custody battle ensued. In a surprising turn of events, an independent attorney, chosen to represent the interests of the child, reported that Caren's drinking and mental stability were troubling and recommended a change of custody. The judge awarded sole custody of the child to his father. Caren appealed the decision, but was never able to regain custody of her son. In July of 2008, Caren was talking to a friend named Gail Lakritz. Gail joked about hiring a hit man to get rid of their exes, and Caren became very interested. Worried that Caren was serious about hiring a hit man, Gail called the police, who set up an undercover cop to pose as a hit man. Caren came to meet the hit man. She paid him, gave him photos, and detailed instructions on how to get rid of Steven and his family. When Caren left Gail's house, the police arrested her. She pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted capital murder. Caren will remain in prison until her son is 18 years old and his custody is no longer an issue.

  124. 14

    Exondia Salado

    In 2007, 33-year-old Manny Salado and his 35-year-old wife, Exondia, were living in Oklahoma City. Manny was a Navy veteran, who had recently joined the Army Reserve. But that October, their marriage appeared to be in trouble. On October 8, he showed up at the home of a friend, Ricardo del Rosario, asking for a place to spend the night. Manny told his friend that he feared his wife was going to kill him. Shortly after Manny arrived at his friend's house, Exondia called and he decided to head back home. Manny didn't spend the night at Ricardo's - and that's the last time Manny Salado was ever seen. A few days later, a long-time friend of Exondia's, April Stubbs, was helping her pack up when Exondia confessed something unbelievable. Exondia said he was locked in the closet - in a footlocker! April thought it was crazy talk and didn't think too much about it. But the next weekend April knew something was wrong. The next day, she contacted the police. But when police questioned Exondia, she denied it all, claiming her husband came home from basic training, then left several days later. April's story wasn't enough to make an arrest. Without a body, there was nothing police could do. However, over the next year, police worked the case, scouring the area, checking cell phone records and even examined a pair of computers seized from Exondia's home. Police found numerous Internet searches on grisly topics such as butchering humans, castration, killing methods and even human cannibalism. The computer searches were overwhelming and on December 16, 2008, Exondia was arrested in Florida. At trial, Exondia claimed her husband left her for another woman in his native country, the Dominican Republic. But prosecutors also presented Manny's cell phone, passport, and credit cards as proof he didn't leave, but was murdered.

  125. 15

    Narcy Novack

    Just before 8am on Sunday, July 12, 2009, 52-year-old Narcy Novack went upstairs from breakfast at the Hilton hotel in New York, and tripped over her husband, Ben Novack, Jr. His mouth and hands were duct-taped and he was covered in blood. When police arrived, Ben was declared dead and a homicide investigation began. Within 24 hours, detectives discovered that Narcy and Ben's 18-year-marriage had been odd. Narcy had a past life as an exotic dancer and Ben had an extreme obsession with Batman memorabilia. Detectives also learned that Ben had been having an affair with a porn star. On July 17th, police received an anonymous letter claiming that Narcy had arranged Ben's murder and her brother, Cristobal Veliz was the middle man involved. Police went to interview Cristobal, but he blamed May Abad and said had hired a man named Alajandro Garcia to do it. Then in November, 2009, Alajandro Garcia was arrested on charges unrelated to the Novack case and when he was questioned about the Novack murder, he told investigators that a man named Cristobal Veliz had offered him $20,000 to kill Ben Novack and so he hired a man named Joel Gonzales to help him. During the interrogation, Alajandro also said he had killed Ben's mother, Bernice Novack. Alajandro's statement gave police enough evidence for a pair of arrest warrants. On July 8, 2010, Cristobal was arrested in Philadelphia and Narcy was arrested in Miami the same day. Eventually, Cristobal and Narcy were tried on 13 counts, including felony murder. At the trial, Narcy and Cristobal's defense teams tried to pin the murders on Narcy's daughter. However, the jury wasn't convinced due to the testimony of Garcia and Gonzales. They described being hired by Cristobal to beat Bernice to death with a monkey wrench. They also detailed how they were let into Ben's hotel suite by Narcy to beat Ben with dumbbells and slice his eyes with a knife.

  126. 16

    Nancy Gelber

    Houston native Nancy Mancuso was always drawn to books and writing. The wannabe crime novelist began her first novel while still in high school. But it wouldn't be finished until years later, thanks to the help of Joseph Gelber, a man she met in an online singles chat room. When Nancy and Joseph finally met in person, they both saw sparks, and a few months later, Nancy left Houston and moved in with him. The couple married and in 2010, Joseph helped Nancy self-publish her crime novel, Temporary Amnesia, a tale about 50 prostitutes who are abducted, then implanted with bombs in an elaborate scheme to rob $1 million from banks. Ultimately, the mastermind of the sinister plot gets away with it. But while the couple worked on seeing Nancy's dream of becoming a published novelist come true, soon after, their marriage began to unravel. Nancy accused Joseph of having affairs and he no longer recognised the woman he'd married. He filed for divorce, and Nancy decided to take a page out of her own novel. In 2011, she began telling a friend about how she would have someone kill Joseph. The friend went to the sheriff's office. To find out whether Nancy was serious, or just imagining plots for her latest novel, investigators outfitted Nancy's friend with a wire, and recorded a conversation. Nancy once again talked about ways of having Joseph killed. Nancy's friend gave her a number to call to hire a hit man. On December 7, 2011, Nancy met with the hit man, and gave him her wedding ring as a down payment for Joseph's murder. Nancy was charged with solicitation to commit capital murder. At her trial, she testified that she didn't remember meeting with the hit man. She maintained that she never really wanted Joseph killed, and was always thinking up new plots for novels she wanted to write. But the jury didn't buy it. Nancy was found guilty and sentenced to 30 years in prison.

  127. 17

    Rebecca Sears

    Rebecca Sears was a mother of five boys living the suburban dream, but an affair and the savage death of her next-door-neighbour would change everything. Rebecca Sears was living with her husband and five boys in Grovetown, Georgia when Kay Parsons moved in next-door with her husband and son in 2005 and the couples soon became friends. But when the relationship between the two families suddenly went cold, the Parsons put their home up for sale. On March 25th, 2009, a handyman arrived at the Parsons' home to do some repairs, but when he found the back door broken into, he called 911. Inside, it was a horrific scene. A bloody trail led to Kay Parsons body, beaten, and barely alive. Officers contacted David Parsons only to find he was out of town on a business trip. Just as they rushed her to the hospital, Rebecca's oldest son approached officers with strange news: the Sears home had also been broken into. The next day, Kay's family made the difficult decision to turn off her life support. Investigators kept Rebecca's sons Michael and Christopher in mind because of their criminal pasts. The next day, someone from the jail called in with a tip, and it turned out to be Rebecca's own brother. He revealed that Rebecca and David Parsons had been having an affair and he suspected that Rebecca had convinced one of her own sons to murder Kay. Michael had a solid alibi, but investigators leaned on him hard for details in the interrogation room. When they brought Rebecca and her second son Christopher in, he was tight-lipped, but Rebecca revealed all and confessed. Halfway through her interview the recorder ran out of batteries, but when the tape came back on, Rebecca was admitting that she wanted to kill Kay so she could be with David, but also claiming that she never expected Christopher to follow through with it. The two were put into custody, and pleaded not guilty.

  128. 18

    Kathleen Wise

    The morning of June 8, 2011 was just like any other for 60-year-old nurse, Kathleen Wise until she discovered her husband, 71-year-old Kenneth, had died in his sleep at their home in Campbellsville, Kentucky. It was determined that Kenneth, who had heart problems, had suffered a heart attack. Despite the seemingly normal circumstances surrounding Kenneth's death, the coroner took urine and blood samples, and sent them off to a toxicology lab. Kenneth was buried, and life returned to normal. Then the toxicology results came and they were not what the coroner had expected. Not only had Mr. Wise been taking his regular medications, but there was also something else. Kenneth had nearly 30 times the lethal amount of morphine in his system. The coroner alerted the police, who obtained a warrant to exhume Kenneth's body. With the results in hand, the police turned to Kathleen, who had access to morphine at the nursing home where she worked. They brought her in for an interview, and she explained that her husband had not been feeling well and stayed home most of the day. Late that night, Kenneth had woken up with some chest pain, so Kathleen gave him a nitroglycerin pill and some water. When she awoke, he was already dead. After their discussion, Kathleen voluntarily agreed to take a polygraph exam. In the exam, it became clear that Kathleen was lying. Kathleen admitted to giving her husband morphine, but her purpose wasn't to kill him, it was to shut him up. According to Kathleen, Kenneth was verbally abusive and controlling, and she just wanted a night without him nagging her. She said that she didn't think the morphine would kill him, just put him to sleep. The police arrested Kathleen, and indicted her with the murder of her husband. Unable to make her $50,000 bond, Kathleen stayed in jail until her trial on August 1, 2012. At her trial, with no evidence to support her claims of abuse at the hands of her husband, Kathleen was convicted of inte.

  129. 19

    Michelle Knotek

    On a quiet country road in the Pacific Northwest, David and Michelle Knotek lived in an adorable farmhouse with their three daughters in Raymond, Washington. The Knotek's were known to take in friends who needed help and in 1989, the Knotek's took in Kathy Loreno to help with their children in exchange for free board. They also had Michelle's nephew, Shane Watson, living with them because his family couldn't take care of him. In 1994, Kathy's family hadn't heard from her in a while so they notified police. Police turned to Kathy's friend and landlady, Michelle, who claimed Kathy had moved to California with a truck driver she had met. Michelle gave police letters she had received from Kathy so they dropped the case. But in 2001, the police received an outrageous claim from the eldest daughter of Michelle Knotek. She told police she witnessed her parents beat, starve and kill Kathy. The daughter refused to record her statement and she soon went into hiding. The police weren't able to do anything without her statement. Almost two years later, the Knoteks had another tenant, 57-year-old Ron Woodworth, who, suddenly disappeared. Then, two Knotek daughters went to the police in fear of their younger sister being tortured. She was still living at home and they confessed to police everything they had witnessed over the years. Police went to the Knotek home and took the youngest daughter to protective services. The next day, Michelle Knotek forced her husband, David, to go down to the police station to get their daughter. When he arrived, they asked him to answer a few questions, and he confessed to all three murders. When police searched their home, they found Woodworth's remains buried in the Knotek's yard and David admitted to burning the bodies of Kathy and Shane. They were both arrested and charged with murder. David pled guilty and was given the lesser charge of second-degree murder. He was sentenced to less than 15 years.

  130. 20

    Elizabeth Guthrie-Nail

    The youngest of two children, Elizabeth Guthrie grew up outside Waco, Texas. After high school, Elizabeth stayed close to home, studying computers at a local community college. In an online chat room, she met Craig Nail, a computer analyst living in Oregon. Elizabeth travelled to Oregon to meet Craig in person, and, as their relationship deepened, Craig decided to close the 3000km gap between them. He got a job in Texas and the couple married and relocated to Dallas. In 2001, Elizabeth gave birth to a baby girl. But while Elizabeth and Craig doted on their new daughter, their own relationship fizzled. In May 2006, Elizabeth filed for divorce and Craig moved out. But the battle over custody of their daughter continued for months - sending Elizabeth into depression. She began drinking and seeking comfort at local biker bars. Then, on December 26th, 2007, a gunman burst into Craig's home and killed him. Craig's girlfriend was also shot, but survived. Outside Craig's home, police found a beer can tossed by the killer. The DNA on the can, along with cell phones found at Elizabeth's family's ranch in Waco, led police to biker, and ex-con, Mark Lyle Bell. Police learned from Elizabeth's mother that Bell and Elizabeth were not only friends - but after the murder, her mother heard Elizabeth and Bell talking as if they'd plotted the shooting together. In January 2008, Elizabeth, along with Bell, was arrested for Craig's murder. In 2011, Bell pleaded guilty to capital murder in exchange for a life sentence, and his testimony against Elizabeth at her trial. But in September 2012, when Elizabeth went on trial, Bell started backpedalling, claiming he didn't remember anything. When the judge threatened to let the jury hear a transcript of Bell's confession, implicating Elizabeth in the murder plot, Elizabeth's defense decided to fold. She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit capital murder and was sentenced to 50 years in prison, with the possibility of parole.

  131. 21

    Shellye Stark

    Who are these women and what drives them to kill? This hit true crime series profiles the fascinating cases of women accused of murder. Did they really do it? And, if they did, why? Whether the motivation was revenge against a cheating husband, the promise of a hefty insurance payoff, or putting an end to years of abuse, the reasons are as varied as the women themselves. From socialites to secretaries, female killers share one thing in common: at some point, they all just...Snapped!

  132. 22

    Keisha Jones

    Who are these women and what drives them to kill? This hit true crime series profiles the fascinating cases of women accused of murder. Did they really do it? And, if they did, why? Whether the motivation was revenge against a cheating husband, the promise of a hefty insurance payoff, or putting an end to years of abuse, the reasons are as varied as the women themselves. From socialites to secretaries, female killers share one thing in common: at some point, they all just...Snapped!

  133. Season 11

  134. 1

    Amanda Kaur

    By the age of 21, North Dakota native Amanda Kurowski was a struggling single mother of two. In 2005, she met an Air Force airman named Ira Kaur at a local bar. Ira was a small-town boy from Arizona with big dreams. The two hit it off and within months they were married. Ira's steady income helped Amanda support her children. He also took extra part-time jobs and furthered his education to provide for his new family. Eventually, they bought a home, and Ira began the process of adopting his stepchildren. It seemed all was going well for the Kaurs. However, on November 28, 2010, Amanda called 911 and reported that her husband had committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. She told the officers that he had been depressed and had attempted suicide before. At first, several clues seemed to support Amanda's account. However, investigators soon noticed: Ira's body had two gunshots wounds. Then, investigators discovered that Amanda had lied about buying the gun. They also uncovered Amanda's affair with a local rancher. When they brought her in for further questioning, Amanda gave authorities three different accounts of what happened that morning. She ultimately admitted to shooting Ira, claiming it was an act of mercy after his own suicide attempt failed. Further investigation of Amanda's computer revealed internet searches on how to shoot someone. Amanda was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in Ira's death. In 2011, prosecutors made an offer to Amanda: she could plead guilty to first-degree manslaughter and avoid a possible death penalty, if she provided a true account of Ira's death. Amanda accepted and went to court to enter her plea. But she repeated her claim that she shot Ira at his request after a botched suicide attempt. Despite the prosecutors' request to withdraw the deal and go to trial, the judge accepted Amanda's plea and sentenced her to the maximum of 65 years in prison. She will be 60 years old before she is eligible for parole.

  135. 2

    Ruby Ann Ruffolo

    By the time British Columbia native Ruby Ann Juba met John Ruffolo, she had a degree from the University of Victoria and four children from previous relationships. But she hit it off with John and the two married in 1990. Soon after, Ruby gave birth to the couple's only child, Jovanna. While John worked as a prison guard, Ruby invested her family's money in several rental properties. Ruby also enrolled in law school at the University of Victoria. Meantime, John took on a greater role managing the rentals, but was accused of violating local real estate laws. He claimed he unknowingly violated the rules - but was fined $14,000 and lost his prison guard job. In the wake of the lawsuit, John took on several jobs to support his family, but Ruby never pursued a law career. With John working so many hours, including overnight shifts, the couple grew apart. Then, in October 2003, John disappeared. Ruby reported him missing to police. Nearly a week later, a hiker stumbled across John's body in a wilderness area close to his home. Police found drug paraphernalia near his body, making it look like he'd overdosed. But the autopsy revealed while John died of a lethal dose of heroin, coupled with amitriptyline, he was not a chronic drug user. Instead, police suspected he was murdered. According to what former tenants of the Ruffolos told police, Ruby had been trying to find someone to kill her husband. Then, the Ruffolo's handyman reported that not only had Ruby asked him to kill John, he asked her to help move his body. Further investigation revealed that Ruby and one of her tenants had purchased a lethal dose of heroin and then Ruby injected John after sedating him with amitriptyline. Police arrested Ruby, who maintained her innocence. Her first trial ended in a mistrial. At her second trial in November 2010, a judge found her guilty and sentenced her to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years.

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