Category Archives: Who Killed Jane Doe?

Death of Angel Doe, girl found dead in a ditch, features on ID’s Real Detective

Real Detective probes thedeath of a 9-year-old girl found dead in the Houston area

Real Detective probes the death of a 9-year-old who became known as Angel Doe

Tonight’s season finale of Real Detective follows investigator Clarence Douglas as he probes the death of six-year-old Raysate Chain Knight — whose body went unidentified for six months after she was found dead in a ditch.

The episode is titled Angel Doe, the name Raysate was known by before she was identified. In it Douglas is determined to find out why her death wasn’t reported and how she ended up being neglected.

Raysate’s body was found on September 9, 2001, showing she had suffered bruising and was malnourished before she died.

She had been killed after sustaining blunt trauma to the head. An autopsy reportedly showed she had suffered from physical abuse for a long period of time.

Her mother Connie Knight, who had a history

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Michelle Busha: Blue Earth State Trooper Hitchhiker Murder On ID’s ‘Jane Doe’

Michelle Busha, the missing hitchhiker who was murdered by state trooper Robert Leroy Nelson more than 30 years ago, will be the subject of a documentary that will air on Investigation Discovery this Tuesday night. Who Killed Jane Doe will follow the case of a Bay City, Texas, teen who disappeard without a trace as her family miles away searched for her whereabouts for many years. The truth of what happened to Michelle Yvette Busha wouldn’t be known until her body was positively identified in 2015. The Who Killed Jane Doe episode detailing the case is “Runaway Jane.”

The Inquisitr brought you the story of Michelle Busha in 2015 after KARE-11 broke the news that the Jane Doe’s identity had

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Remembering the 2005 murder of mother of 3 Pamela Knight

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Pamela Knight went missing on in 2005 and so did her husband. He surfaced a year later in South Carolina, but Pamela’s remains were not discovered until 2012. Husband Paul Knight was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
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The ID channel’s “Who Killed Jane Doe?” on Tuesday featured the East Tennessee case of Pamela Knight.

Pamela Knight, a Knoxville mother of three, was 35 when she disappeared on Oct. 27, 2005, the day of her youngest son Michael’s seventh birthday.

That morning, as Michael lay in bed, Pamela Knight, 35, kissed

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Pamela Knight murder examined on Who Killed Jane Doe?

Pamela Knight's body was found in woods

Pamela Knight’s body lay undiscovered for nearly eight years

This week on Who Killed Jane Doe? the show examines the case of Pamela Knight, whose body was not found for years after she first disappeared.

It was October 27th, 2005 when Pamela Knight from Knoxville, Tennessee, went missing. The 35-year-old mother of three should have been celebrating what was the 7th birthday of her youngest son Michael Knight but she was never seen again.

Pamela Knight

Pamela Knight went missing in 2005

She was last seen heading off in the early hours with her husband in his jeep.  She never turned up for work the next day or collected her kids from school, the jeep was found abandoned in Jacksonville, Florida.

At the time her husband was questioned by police but without a body the case remained

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Paul Knight: Pamela Knight Dead Body Found In Woods Cold Case On IDs ‘Jane Doe’

Investigation Discovery’s Who Killed Jane Doe? is on the case of Pamela Knight tonight. Pamela K. Knight was a mother, who went missing from her Knoxville, Tennessee, home more than a decade ago. Her killer turned out to be her estranged husband, Paul Knight; a petty criminal who spent time in and out of jail. Authorities located the missing mom’s body years later. Who Killed Jane Doe’s episode, “Her Whispering Bones,” will retrace the Knoxville detectives’ steps. Today, Paul Knight is serving time in prison for Pam Knight’s brutal death on top of another sentence that he was already serving.

On Investigation Discovery’s Who Killed Jane Doe?: Mother Disappears Four Days Before Halloween

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Paul Knight: Pamela Knight’s Dead Body Found In Woods On ID’s ‘Jane Doe’

Investigation Discovery’s Who Killed Jane Doe? is on the case of Pamela Knight tonight. Pamela K. Knight was a mother who went missing from her Knoxville, Tennessee, home more than a decade ago. Her killer turned out to be her estranged husband, Paul Knight, a petty criminal who spent time in and out of jail. Authorities located the missing mom’s body years later. Who Killed Jane Doe’s episode, “Her Whispering Bones,” will retrace the Knoxville detectives’ steps. Today, Paul Knight is serving time in prison for Pam Knight’s brutal death on top of another sentence that he was already serving.

On Investigation Discovery’s Who Killed Jane Doe?: Mother Disappears Four Days Before Halloween

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Brenda Gerow: ID’s ‘Who Killed Jane Doe?’, John Kalhauser, Arizona Desert Murder

The cold case murder of Brenda Gerow will air on Investigation Discovery’s latest crime docu-series Who Killed Jane Doe? The show examines cases of missing crime victims, whose bodies eventually turn up with no way of identifying the victim. Authorities say that’s exactly what happened to Brenda Marie Gerow, who vanished without a trace in the early 1980s. For 34 years, her crime was unsolved until DNA evidence and the latest technology helped crack the case. John Kalhauser, the victim’s former friend, is the man police believe committed the murder. On Who Killed Jane Doe’s episode, “Girl Gone West,” you’ll hear from Pima County, Arizona, police detectives and KVOA news reporter Lupita Murillo.

Sun-Scorched Body In The Desert Near Fairgrounds: Who Killed Jane Doe?

On ID’s Who Killed Jane Doe?, detectives will describe the day in 1981 when they found the body of a woman in the Arizona desert. The

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The Parade Preview: What to Watch, Rent or Buy Feb. 27 – March 5

All times Eastern.

MONDAY, Feb. 27
The Obama Years: The Power of Words
Over eight years as Chief of State, Barack Obama delivered more than 3,500 speeches and statements. This one-hour special takes viewers through the defining moments of his presidency through his most memorable moments at the speaker’s podium, with commentary from historians and key members of his inner circle, including former advisors, strategists and speechwriters (8 p.m., Smithsonian Channel).

When We Rise
Guy Pierce, Mary-Louise Parker, Rachel Griffiths and Michael K. Williams headline the cast of this miniseries based on the real-life personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse group of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the most recent legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement (9 p.m., ABC).

TUESDAY, Feb. 28
Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern
The renowned foodie explores the cuisine of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, sampling pork shoulder cooked underground, hearty pastries

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Midseason Premiere Dates For New & Returning Series: 2017 Edition

The 2016-17 TV season is past the halfway point, so here’s our annual list of midseason premiere dates for new series and new seasons of returning shows. The list covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming programs bowing from January 1 through May 31, shows that were on extended hiatus (about two months or more) and some high-profile one-off programs. Please send any additions or adjustments to erik@deadline.com. We’ll update the post regularly as more dates are revealed.

February 28:
Who Killed Jane Doe? (Investigation Discovery, new series)

 

 

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WHO KILLED JANE DOE? (ID) Premieres Tuesday, February 28

Behind the discovery of every Jane Doe are two parallel stories: that of the detectives puzzling out her identity and how she died, and that of her family who know very well who she is but have lost her, now forever. By weaving the two stories together, Who Killed Jane Doe? Embarks on a unique journey of discovery, loss, mystery and resolution.

 

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