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Disappeared examines the case of Zoe Campos missing since 2013

Disappeared examines the case of Zoe Campos

Disappeared looks into the case of Zoe Campos, who has been missing since November 2013

This week Disappeared examines the case of Zoe Campos, who seemingly vanished one winter evening.

Lubbock, Texas, on November 17, 2013 and a 2 am message was the last that anyone heard from the 18-year-old.

Campos had sent the text to her mom advising her that she was on the way to pick her up from work, but she never appeared.

The next day the family reported Campos missing and on November 21 a member of her family spotted her car being driven by someone else. They tailed them to an apartment block where the hoodie wearing driver fled the scene on foot.

Zoe Campos police flyer, the case is still open

Zoe Campos police flyer, the case is still open

Detectives

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/disappeared-examines-the-case-of-zoe-campos-missing-since-2013/

College assault victims Abby Honold and McLaine Rich detail ordeals in new ID special with Tamron Hall

Abby Honold, who was raped by a fellow student at the University of Minnesota. Pic: Investigation Discovery

Abby Honold, who was raped by a fellow student at the University of Minnesota. Pic: ID

Investigation Discovery tonight debuts a new special with journalist Tamron Hall — focusing on incidents of sexual assault on college campuses.

The hour-long Sexual Assault In College: Tamron Hall Investigates seeks to uncover an overlooked epidemic, with an estimated one in five women experiencing sexual assault during their time at college.

In the special, Hall sits down with sexual assault survivors Abby Honold, who was raped by a fellow student at the University of Minnesota, and McLaine Rich, who was assaulted while at the University of Maryland.

Deadline: Crime host Hall listens to their harrowing stories of survival and how they are trying to help lower the number of sexual assaults among college students.

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/college-assault-victims-abby-honold-and-mclaine-rich-detail-ordeals-in-new-id-special-with-tamron-hall/

TV tonight: ‘American Gods’ unleashes its fury on Starz

TV picks for Sunday, April 30

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“Sexual Assault in College: Tamron Hall Investigates” (8 p.m., Investigation Discovery): In this special, Hall sits down with two sexual assault survivors from the University of Minnesota and the University of Maryland to hear their heart-breaking stories of survival, the pained aftermath of their attacks, and the inspiring steps they’re taking to reduce the number of sexual assaults between college students.  According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, an estimated one in five women will experience sexual assault during college.

“American Gods” (9 p.m., Starz): Neil Gaiman’s seminal novel roars to life in this riveting fantasy series about an impending war between old gods and new. The traditional old deities, with mythological roots from around the world, fear

Read more at: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/04/30/tv-tonight-american-gods-unleashes-its-fury-on-starz/

"Murder Chose Me" star talks about the season finale, his mother and murder

The ArkLaTex and the entire world have been watching a Shreveport detective giving a play by play on how he solved every murder case he touched. The Investigation Discovery series “Murder Chose Me” featuring Rod Demery recently aired it’s season finale focusing on the murder of Demery’s mother.

The show released not only in the U.S. but also on TV in Great Britain and since shows can be watched on the world wide web everybody is learning about Shreveport and the message Demery was hoping people would get from watching his life work.

“There are a lot of messages about forgiveness and a lot of messages about taking care of your neighbor that’s the message that was received,” said Demery.

The message of forgiveness came through loud and clear in the last episode of the season where he takes you on the journey of finding out who killed his mother and why.  When Demery was

Read more at: http://www.ktbs.com/story/35282827/murder-chose-me-star-talks-about-the-season-finale-his-mother-and-murder

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‘Thin Air’ podcast breathes life into missing … – Idaho Statesman

Best friends. True-crime fans. Storytellers.

That’s the simplest description of the Boise duo behind “Thin Air,” a podcast that for the past 16 months has been renewing public interest in cold cases involving missing people from across the United States.

Jordan Sims and Daniel Calderon, both 30-something schoolteachers, have long shared a fascination for reality TV shows such as “Big Brother” and “Survivor,” and true-crime shows such as “48 Hours Mystery,” “20/20,” and “Forensic Files.”

They got the idea to do their podcast when their favorite TV show, Investigation Discovery’s “Disappeared,” went off the air for a few years (it came back in mid-2016).

“To fill the void in our lives,” said Sims, who remembered calling Calderon one night to tell him she had an idea for a podcast — and the name for it.

Another inspiration, she said, was the podcast “Serial,” which blazed a new trail

Read more at: http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/local/community/boise/article147533994.html

Boise teachers, friends, true-crime lovers: Thin Air missing persons …

Best friends. True-crime fans. Storytellers.

That’s the simplest description of the Boise duo behind “Thin Air,” a podcast that for the past 16 months has been renewing public interest in cold cases involving missing people from across the United States.

Jordan Sims and Daniel Calderon, both 30-something schoolteachers, have long shared a fascination for reality TV shows such as “Big Brother” and “Survivor,” and true-crime shows such as “48 Hours Mystery,” “20/20,” and “Forensic Files.”

They got the idea to do their podcast when their favorite TV show, Investigation Discovery’s “Disappeared,” went off the air for a few years (it came back in mid-2016).

“To fill the void in our lives,” said Sims, who remembered calling Calderon one night to tell him she had an idea for a podcast — and the name for it.

Another inspiration, she said, was the podcast “Serial,” which blazed a new trail

Read more at: http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/local/community/boise/article147533994.html

TV highlights: ‘American Gods’ premieres Sunday on Starz

(All times Eastern.)

2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (HBO at 8, Saturday) Joan Baez, ELO, Journey, Yes, Pearl Jam and Tupac Shakur are honored, along with producer-songwriter Nile Rodgers. The ceremony, taped earlier this month in New York, will also feature performances by Alicia Keys, Mary Chapin Carpenter, T.I. and Lenny Kravitz.

White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner (C-SPAN at 9:30) “Daily Show” correspondent Hasan Minhaj will tell the jokes at this year’s event, which will not be attended by President Trump.

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee — Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner (TBS at 10) Samantha Bee toasts the press in this comedy special, taped earlier in the day at her WHCD alternative event in Washington.

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/tv/tv-highlights-american-gods-premieres-sunday-on-starz/2017/04/28/46bf1be8-2b9b-11e7-be51-b3fc6ff7faee_story.html

Owens tie to Zebb Quinn disappearance still a mystery – Asheville Citizen

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Robert Jason Owens will avoid the death penalty after pleading guilty to killing the Codd family.
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ASHEVILLE – Long before Robert Jason Owens was charged in a double homicide, his name had been attached to the Zebb Quinn disappearance and presumed killing 17 years ago.

“What happened to Zebb?” has often been followed by, “What does Owens know?”

Owens pleaded guilty to killing Cristie Schoen Codd, 38, and Joseph “J.T.” Codd, 45, and their unborn child, Skylar, in March 2015. He also pleaded guilty to dismembering their remains. Owens will spend a minimum of 59.5 years to a maximum of 74.5 years in prison without the possibility of parole, according to

Read more at: http://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/crime/2017/04/27/owens-tie-zebb-quinn-disappearance-still-mystery/100992686/