When the body of a teenage girl is found dumped on the muddy banks of the Trinity River, Texas police identify her as 13-year-old Krystal Baker. Sixteen years pass before Krystal's killer is brought ...
A young woman's night of partying at a roadhouse in Crox Springs, LA takes a sinister turn when she vanishes from the parking lot. Her desperate boyfriend suspects she made a deadly connection with ...
Your Worst Nightmare is a 60-minute ID network true crime show. This narrated show blends reenactments of key events with commentary from law enforcement, criminal justice professionals, ... See full summary »
Fans of the film The Sandlot tour the film locations and re-enact their favorite scenes. They also interview people involved in the original film, and get some great interviews with stories never before told.
David Mark Bresnahan,
This film is about a couple in their mid-thirties, who are at a crossroads in their relationship. The audience is exposed to this within the unique environment of brunch where there are ... See full summary »
Suspenseful. Creepy. Terrifying. Murder by Numbers begins with the grisly discovery of a body and the onset of an investigation. When police think they've solved the case, shocking twists sends each investigation into the depths of evil.
The heartbreaking, mystifying and unbelievable stories of loved ones who have disappeared and the families that never give up hope. Some stories remain unresolved; some reveal tragic ... See full summary »
Christopher Crutchfield Walker,
Good well done series that looks at murders in the south and rural areas.
One good and well done series on ID Discovery is the series called "Swamp Murders". As it always features real life cases of murders and abductions some of the episodes have cases that have been solved other cases have been ones that are not solved, still most all of the ones profiled occur in the deep south in states like Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and the victims as you guessed are often after their abduction and murders taken and their bodies found in thick swamp like forests and on dead end trails many times in rural areas. And this series proves that crimes like murder and abductions happen in rural places in the south just as well as it's not always the crime of the big city and urban areas that gets attention. And the series features interviews from family members and police detectives overall it's one to watch for any real life crime buff!
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