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March 26, 2023
Episode 156 – Operation Miranda – The Untold Story of Sheryl Okoro
In 1985, Cheryl Gyant was 10 years old, when she learned she’d been adopted.
What she didn’t realize, was that very same year, her biological mother was experiencing a living nightmare, after being abducted by one of the most notorious serial killing duos in American history…..Leonard Lake & Charles Ng
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July 28th, 2019, was the day Menhaz Zaman was supposed to be graduating from Canada’s York University. Instead police were on their way to his parents home for a welfare check.The call had been made by members of an online community after he’d sent them disturbing photos.
EPISODE 152 – VOODOO DIVORCE – THE MYSTERIOUS DEATHS OF SCOTT DELL & NANCY FILLMORE
A bottle of wine, nostalgic love songs and a late night phone call with an ex…
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Two years later, authorities suspected something else: Poison.
EPISODE 154 – TROUBLE WITH THE PIPES – THE DISAPPEARANCE OF RORI HACHE & KANDIS FITZPATRICK
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EPISODE 151 – JACOB KINN – EVERY PARENT’S WORST NIGHTMARE
In the early morning hours of June Special agents followed a set of tire tracks in a rural field in Bigfork, Minnesota. In the distance, a camper squatted ominously against the treeline. The agents had no idea what they would find inside the camper; they hoped for the best, but were prepared for the worst…
EPISODE 153 – NOWHERE FOR THE DEVIL TO HIDE – THE CRIMES OF DAVID SNOW
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EPISODE 150 – DEADLY DECEPTION – THE CRIMES OF BRETT RYAN
In the spring of 2016, Brett Ryan’s future looked promising. He was living in a waterfront condo, had a job at a Toronto tech firm, and was just days away from his big bachelor party weekend.
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