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Denise Huber

Some of the most chilling cases are cases that we can relate to. Denise Huber was doing a normal  thing, going about her normal life and the manner in which she disappeared and the fact it really could have been any one of us is what made this case not only sad but terrifying.


JoJo Dullard

In Ireland, there are a group of cases known as Ireland's Vanishing Triangle. It relates to a group of women who disappearaed from in or around the Leinster area over a period of a few years, mainly from 1993 to 1998. The women did not know each other but their disappearances are often grouped together as they were all young women , who seemingly vanished without a trace, and there were little or no clues left behind. Their cases are still uncolved.


Justine Abshire

In cases and in daily life, we hear. about coercive control. Coercive control is a pattern of acts of assault, threats, humiliation and intimidation or other abuse that is used to harm, punish, or frighten their victim. The victim cannot see clearly sometimes due to the abuse. In Justine's case, her family were determined that they would get justice for their daughter.


Irina Yarmolenko

On the 5th of May 2008, a 911 call was made. A body was found by the Catawba River. The investigation led to the arrest of two men. But did police have all the details? Or is there a lot more to Irina's case?


Claudia Lawrence

There is still no closure for Claudia Lawrence's family but there has been plenty of speculation and mystery surrounding her disappearance. What happened to Claudia Lawrence?

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Surveillance Footage Deemed Crucial

The case was over. He was found guilty. But when surveillance footage was discovered, the Defense sought to have the conviction overturned. They were successful. The Judge ruled that the surveillance footage was crucial evidence that had been withheld from the Defense and as such, a new Trial was ordered. What happened at the second Trial?


SCUBA DIVING-Accident or Murder?

There have been a number of deaths associated with scuba diving that have led to murder Trials.On the 22nd of October 2003, Tina Watson went to explore the Yongala, a shipwreck off the Great Barrier Reef, with her husband of just 11 days, Gabe Watson. But just minutes after they embarked on their dive journey, Gabe retrned to the surface. He was alone.


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