July 30, 2022
Join us for the conclusion of our 2-part series on the false conviction of Russ Faria. You’ll learn how Pam Hupp’s greed eventually opened the door for the justice system to right a wrong that should’ve never happened in the first place. And Russ’s mission to make sure it doesn’t happen to anyone, ever again.
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We take a look into a case with so many twists and turns, that it’s made its way into a dramatized series “The thing about Pam.” However, in this version of events, Pam Hupp takes a backseat as we focus on the destruction she left in her wake.
What if you believed your spouse had been replaced by someone else… a lookalike … an imposter?
Suddenly the question “who are you and what have you done with my wife” takes on a whole new meaning.
July, 2015 – Pensacola, Florida. A triple homicide took place in a quiet suburban home.
The murders appeared to have been ritualistic. Part of some sort of witchcraft ceremony coinciding with the recent Blue Moon.
This is the story of a cold case that went unsolved for 25 years – The murder of Sherri Rasmussen. For decades, the killer secretly manipulated evidence and the case file itself…becaues the killer, was on the inside.
Eudy Simealne was a star soccer player for South Africa’s National Women’s Team and a champion for LGBTQIA+ rights. In 2008, she was tragically and brutally murdered because of her sexual identity.
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