ET has your first look at the new installment of Discovery Channel’s true crime docuseries, , which travels to Virginia in Murder Isle.
After two seasons in Louisiana, as police tried to solve the cold case of a murdered college student, the series relocates to the Isle of Wight in Virginia.
The isolated farmland community is the setting of a 2004 chilling, cold-blooded homicide, when 28-year-old Carrie Singer was found beaten to death and half naked in a field.
With the residents haunted by the unsolved murder, the county sheriff’s office has decided to re-open the case with the hope to find some real answers. Under the command of Lieutenant Thomas Potter, the case’s original lead investigator Randy Patrick works with a team of skilled investigators as well as a young rookie who believes he can bring a fresh take to the case.
Once again, the series from and Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson
CRIME’S MOST CHILLING CONVERSATIONS CAUGHT ON CAMERA IN DISCOVERY’S ALL-NEW SERIES “THE INTERROGATION ROOM”
Premieres Thursday, January 4 at 10 PM ET/PT
(LOS ANGELES) – Criminal investigations are a tangle of stories and lies – they are puzzles solved by skilled detectives seeking justice. But how do they piece together the truth? It all starts in the interrogation room. Discovery will show what it’s like to be a fly on the wall during the most intense exchanges in the history of crime in THE INTERROGATION ROOM, premiering Thursday, January 4 at 10 PM ET/PT.
From home invasions to murders, THE INTERROGATION ROOM covers all facets of crime and the clever tactics used by detectives to obtain criminal confessions. Step into the rooms with detectives and suspects, and listen, verbatim, to the hair-raising conversations that end with
BODY language experts have revealed the moment parents Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed’s story about their daughter’s disappearance and death started to unravel in front of the world’s media.
In the latest series of Faking It: Tears of a Crime, expert Cliff Lansley discusses the tell-tale signs portrayed by Shafilea Ahmed’s parents during a recording of a documentary about the 17-year-old’s death.
Footage captures the moment Mr Ahmed is questioned whether he had any involvement with his daughter’s disappearance to which he replies: ‘Never. I couldn’t even dream of it.’
But a self-incriminating nod implied otherwise.
After suffering years of honour-based violence – including an attempted forced marriage – Shafilea’s parents suffocated her to death in front of her siblings in 2003.
After almost nine years of lies, deception and deceit the parents of Shafilea were found guilty of
Of the dozens of images of battered, bloodied and tortured victims of murderers and serial killers Kerry Daynes has seen, every single face has stuck in her memory.
The forensic psychologist has studied the lies told by killers and examined evidence from their victims, analysed the violence they have meted out on men, women and children.
But when she realised she had a stalker who was watching her, commenting on what she wore, knew her address and was trawling through her pictures, Kerry began to fear that she too could become one of those images.
Her fears reached their height when after years of harassment online by a man she didn’t know, as well as letters charging her £26,000 for his ‘research’ into her life, she went outside to find her cat was inexplicably dead on the ground and ‘ Jill Dando ‘ had been scrawled on her fence.
This chilling video shows the moment a man who has secretly murdered his wife and cut up her body into several pieces smirks and says “wait and find out” when asked if he has killed her.
Savage Mitchell Quy make the shocking remarks to camera while being quizzed by a journalist over his role in the disappearance of his wife Lynsey Wilson.
Quy spent 18 months lying about his role – acting the heartbroken husband who was desperately seeking any news about the mother of his two children.
In reality the twister murderer had throttled Lynsey at their Southport home in December 1998 and then enlisted his brother to help him hack the corpse into several pieces and dump the parts in different locations.
More than 35 years after a teenage girl came home to find her family brutally slain in their resort cabin, police say the cold case is heating up. Subscribe now to PEOPLE, or pick up this week’s issue, on newsstands now, for more on this case.
In the quiet calm of a Sunday morning on April 12, 1981, 14-year-old Sheila Sharp returned from a sleepover to her family’s cabin in their mountain resort town and found a horror that changed her life forever.
On the living room floor just inside Cabin 28 in Keddie, California, were three dead bodies bound with tape and electrical wire. “They were tied up with blood all over their face,” Sharp tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue, on newsstands now.
Her brother Johnny, 15, was face up; near him was his best friend, Dana Wingate, 17. A third body, Sheila’s 36-year-old mother, Sue,
SILVER SPRING, Md., Jan. 18, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — From obsessed former lovers to unrelenting acquaintances fueled by the thrill of the chase, stalkers can have a range of motivations, but all instill a perpetual fear within their victims. With over three million people falling victim to stalking in the United States each year, this widely misunderstood crime reaches far beyond celebrities and people in the public eye. STALKED: SOMEONE’S WATCHING profiles six emotional stories of stalking victims and explores the twisted psychology of the people who relentlessly pursued them. As the first president to issue a National Stalking Awareness Month proclamation, President Obama earlier this month helped focus national attention on this serious crime and stressed the challenges in recognizing and combating stalking. In recognition of National Stalking Awareness Month, STALKED: SOMEONE’S WATCHING premieres on Monday, January 24 at 10:30 PM ET on Investigation Discovery, America’s leading investigation network and the fastest