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South Pointe High grad to appear in episode of TV crime documentary series

Rock Hill fans of “Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda” may see a familiar face if they are watching the show Wednesday.

Former Rock Hill resident Austin Hutchinson, 21, a 2014 graduate of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, plays Joseph Brown, a murder suspect, in an episode of the crime documentary television series.

“Homicide Hunter” follows the cases of Lt. Joe Kenda, a homicide detective for the Colorado Springs, Colo., police department. Kenda explores old cases while reenactments provide insights to his thought process, according to a description of the episode.

Hutchinson’s episode, titled “Review Mirror,” is set to air at 9 p.m. Wednesday, during the show’s seventh season. A representative with Jupiter Entertainment, which produces the show, confirmed that Hutchinson will appear on Wednesday’s episode.

“Homicide Hunter” airs on the Investigation Discovery, or ID, channel.

Hutchinson said he has attended classes at the Actor’s Lab in Charlotte, an acting school that

Read more at: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/article174109471.html

Investigation Discovery’s ‘Son Of Sam’ Crime Documentary Revisits David Berkowitz Case

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Investigation Discovery revisits the crimes of David Berkowitz in a compelling new documentary Son of Sam: The Hunt For a Killer. The two-hour special celebrates the manhunt and capture of one of America’s most notorious killers. David Berkowitz terrorized the city of New York in the 1970s as he targeted and killed six youths and badly injured seven more during a shooting spree.

 

Son of Sam: The Hunt for a Killer will lay out the case by bringing you crime archival footage and first-person testimonies from those who lived through it.

 

Expect to hear from survivors: Robert Violante and Carl Denaro. Son of Sam: The Hunt For a Killer will also tell the stories

Read more at: http://tvcrimesky.com/2017/07/28/investigation-discoverys-son-of-sam-crime-documentary-revisits-david-berkowitz-case/418

Documentary Covers 1971 Disappearance – Yankton Press & Dakotan

Rita Allen knows that there’s nothing she can do to bring her sister, Cheryl Miller, back into her life.

She can, however, tell her story. That’s what compelled her to participate in a documentary entitled “Gone” that will air at 8 p.m. Monday, July 31, on the Investigation Discovery channel.

“Teenagers Cheryl Miller and Pam Jackson go out to enjoy the first day of summer break in the small town of Vermillion, South Dakota and vanish,” reads the description of this episode on the Investigation Discovery website. “Although rumors spread for years, the families never gave up

Read more at: http://www.yankton.net/community/article_706978e0-7410-11e7-88d7-27673e98a80f.html

Documentary Covers 1971 Disappearance

Rita Allen knows that there’s nothing she can do to bring her sister, Cheryl Miller, back into her life.

She can, however, tell her story. That’s what compelled her to participate in a documentary entitled “Gone” that will air at 8 p.m. Monday, July 31, on the Investigation Discovery channel.

“Teenagers Cheryl Miller and Pam Jackson go out to enjoy the first day of summer break in the small town of Vermillion, South Dakota and vanish,” reads the description of this episode on the Investigation Discovery website. “Although rumors spread for years, the families never gave up

Read more at: http://www.yankton.net/community/article_706978e0-7410-11e7-88d7-27673e98a80f.html

Documentary About Local Cold Case Airs Monday

Filming Took Place In Vermillion Last Spring

Rita Allen knows that there’s nothing she can do to bring her sister, Cheryl Miller, back into her life.

She can, however, tell her story. That’s what compelled her to participate in a documentary entitled “Gone” that will air at 8 p.m. Monday, July 31, on the Investigation Discovery channel.

“Teenagers Cheryl Miller and Pam Jackson go out to enjoy the first day of summer break in the small town of Vermillion, South Dakota and vanish,” reads the description of this episode on the Investigation Discovery website. “Although rumors spread for years, the families never gave up

Read more at: http://www.plaintalk.net/local_news/article_de4be838-7317-11e7-b787-b3fd0ea1a697.html

ABC to Present 2-Night Documentary Event on Life of Princess Diana


ABC to Present 2-Night Documentary Event on Life of Princess Diana

ABC and People announce a four-hour primetime television event on the extraordinary life of Princess Diana. The documentary event, which will air on ABC over two nights in August 2017, marking the 20th anniversary of her tragic passing at age 36, will capture the most comprehensive interviews ever conducted on the woman known as the People’s Princess: in-depth conversations with those who knew her best, as well as the world’s leading Diana experts. These interviews will be woven together with People’s unparalleled reporting, as well as captivating archival footage of the Princess of Wales. The documentary will not only explore the remarkable chapters of Diana’s life, but will also delve deeply into the ways in which her story remains relevant today. This television event will remind the world why they fell in

Read more at: http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/ABC-to-Present-2-Night-Documentary-Event-on-Life-of-Princess-Diana-20170724

Investigation Discovery to air Monday new documentary on Angie Zapata murder in Greeley

The 2008 murder of Angie Zapata in Greeley will air at 8 p.m. Monday on the Investigation Discovery series “Murder Calls.”

The show features the real-life 911 call of Zapata’s two sisters as they discover her body in a small apartment in downtown Greeley. At the scene, family members reveal a stunning surprise, then work with detectives to identify the culprit. The investigation leads police to a killer whose self-hatred drove him to commit the ultimate sin in a precedent-setting case for federal hate crime laws, according to a news release.

Zapata, 18, died July 17, 2008, after being beaten to death in her apartment. Allen Andrade, 32, of Thornton, was convicted of first-degree murder with a hate-crime sentence enhancer on April 22, 2009.

Police believed Andrade beat Zapata with a fire extinguisher from her apartment, then fled later in her

Read more at: http://www.mywindsornow.com/news/investigation-discovery-to-air-monday-new-documentary-on-angie-zapata-murder-in-greeley/

Investigation Discovery to air Monday new documentary on Angie …

The 2008 murder of Angie Zapata in Greeley will air at 8 p.m. Monday on the Investigation Discovery series “Murder Calls.”

The show features the real-life 911 call of Zapata’s two sisters as they discover her body in a small apartment in downtown Greeley. At the scene, family members reveal a stunning surprise, then work with detectives to identify the culprit. The investigation leads police to a killer whose self-hatred drove him to commit the ultimate sin in a precedent-setting case for federal hate crime laws, according to a news release.

Zapata, 18, died July 17, 2008, after being beaten to death in her apartment. Allen Andrade, 32, of Thornton, was convicted of first-degree murder with a hate-crime sentence enhancer on April 22, 2009.

Police believed Andrade beat Zapata with a fire extinguisher from her apartment, then fled later in her

Read more at: http://www.greeleytribune.com/news/local/investigation-discovery-to-air-new-documentary-on-angie-zapata-murder-monday/

Investigation Discovery to air Monday new documentary on Angie Zapata murder in Greeley

The 2008 murder of Angie Zapata in Greeley will air at 8 p.m. Monday on the Investigation Discovery’s series, “Murder Calls.”

The show features the real-life 911 call of Zapata’s two sisters as they discover her body, in a small apartment in downtown Greeley. At the scene, family members reveal a stunning surprise, then work with detectives to identify the culprit. The investigation leads police to a killer whose self-hatred drove him to commit the ultimate sin, in a precedent-setting case for federal hate crime laws, according to a news release.

Angie Zapata, 18, died July 17, 2008, after being beaten to death in her apartment. Allen Andrade, 32, of Thornton, was convicted of first-degree murder, with a hate-crime sentence enhancer, on April 22, 2009.

Police believed Andrade beat Zapata with a fire extinguisher from her apartment, then fled later in

Read more at: http://www.greeleytribune.com/news/local/investigation-discovery-to-air-new-documentary-on-angie-zapata-murder-monday/