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This Alabama murder will be featured Sunday on Investigation Discovery

The Audrey Marie Hilley murder case will be featured this weekend on Investigation Discovery. 

One of Alabama’s most notorious murder cases will be the subject of the Investigation Discovery series American Monster this weekend.

The series will profile the case of Audrey Marie Hilley and the murder of her husband Frank Hilley Sunday, July 23, at 8 p.m.

Among those interviewed for the program will be Mike Hilley, Frank and Marie’s son; Frank’s sister Freeda Burns; retired FBI Special Agent Wayne Manis, and journalist Mike Stedham.

Crews were in Anniston in December filming scenes for the episode. 

Hilley’s first husband Frank died in 1975 after a sudden, unexplained illness that was thought to be hepatitis. Three years later, her only daughter Carol began exhibiting similar symptoms. At the same time, Marie was arrested for passing bad checks.

Doctors at UAB

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2000 Cedar Rapids homicide to be featured on cable crime show

Lee Hermiston

The Gazette

CEDAR RAPIDS — A 2000 Cedar Rapids homicide will be featured on a cable TV show Tuesday night.

“Fresh Start,” an episode of the Investigation Discovery channel series “Six Degrees of Murder,” will look at the Sept. 4, 2000, death of 20-year-old Christina Sanoubane. The episode is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. Iowa time.

Carloss D. Robinson, now 45, was found guilty of stabbing Sanoubane to death at her duplex apartment at 818 10th St. SW. According to a 2010 Gazette article, Sanoubane lived in the front unit of the duplex; Robinson and his family lived in the rear unit.

Sanoubane’s

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Missing Philadelphia Couple Featured On Popular Cable Show

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s a mystery that has haunted two Philadelphia families for more than a decade: their loved ones disappear after a night out on the town.

Sunday night, their case will be featured on a popular national TV show.

It was Feburary 19th, 2005 – Richard Petrone and Danielle Imbo went out to a few bars on South Street, and never returned home.

Sunday night on Investigation Discovery, producers and authorities retrace their last steps.

The couples loved ones unite to find them.

“It’s difficult to relive, it’s difficult to talk about,” said Richard’s mother Marge Patrone, who was interviewed for the show. “One day he was here, happy, healthy, working and the next day, I never saw him again.”

She says she will do anything.

“I know somebody knows something. More than one person had to be in on this. So we are just hoping that one day they will hear

Read more at: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/06/11/missing-philadelphia-couple-featured-on-popular-cable-show/

Missing Mount Laurel, New Jersey woman to be featured on investigative TV show on Sunday

MOUNT LAUREL — When Danielle Imbo and her friend didn’t return to her home after a night out in 2005, there were few clues, and while the 12 years since have yielded some leads, mystery still surrounds her disappearance. 

The missing-persons case of the 34-year-old Imbo and Richard Petrone, 35, of Philadelphia, will be featured on the documentary series “Disappeared” on the Investigation Discovery channel Sunday at 9 p.m. The series will take viewers through the details and timeline in the case and feature interviews with an investigator and family members of the victims. 

In 2015, investigators said they had promising leads in the case of a couple who vanished from a Philadelphia bar on Feb. 19, 2005. The FBI said at the time that Imbo and Petrone were the victims of foul play, likely in a scheme orchestrated by more than one person. In 2008, authorities said they were pursuing a possible murder-for-hire

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Missing Mount Laurel woman to be featured on investigative TV …

Danielle Imbo, 34, and family friend Richard Petrone, 35 of Philadelphia, were last seen leaving a nightclub in the city on February 19, 2005. The disappearance case will be featured on an episode of “Disappeared” on Sunday at 9 p.m.

Read more at: http://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/news/local/missing-mount-laurel-woman-to-be-featured-on-investigative-tv/article_8851a8d6-4c62-11e7-972b-ff499d904c90.html

Missing Mount Laurel woman to be featured on investigative TV show on Sunday

Danielle Imbo, 34, and family friend Richard Petrone, 35 of Philadelphia, were last seen leaving a nightclub in the city on February 19, 2005. The disappearance case will be featured on an episode of “Disappeared” on Sunday at 9 p.m.

Read more at: http://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/news/local/missing-mount-laurel-woman-to-be-featured-on-investigative-tv/article_8851a8d6-4c62-11e7-972b-ff499d904c90.html

AROUND THE TOWN: Franks’ disappearance featured on ID Channel

A former Cumberland Countian who attended Cumberland County High School is the subject of a new Investigation Discovery Channel show. Eric Franks’ story is featured on season eight of “Disappeared.” The premiere of episode nine, which is devoted entirely to Franks, premiered over the Memorial Day weekend.

Franks, with whom I attended church in the ’80s when his late father, Jim, was the minister, has been missing since March 2011 from Saginaw, MI. His mother, Jo Ann Adams Franks, is now living in Archbold, OH. She and her daughter, Beth, Eric’s sister, have been tirelessly searching for Eric since he went missing in Michigan six years ago. Jo Ann appears throughout the segment.

Eric Franks had journeyed to Michigan in late 2010 after learning from a former girlfriend he had a 15-year-old daughter. He stayed in the Miller Motel for more than five months. He checked out on March

Read more at: http://www.crossville-chronicle.com/news/lifestyles/around-the-town-franks-disappearance-featured-on-id-channel/article_cb61aa54-4703-11e7-a7da-f33c8ae17ad2.html

‘Disappeared’: Missing Children Including Zachary Bernhardt, Featured Tonight on Investigation Discovery

“Disappeared” focuses on cases of missing children, Sunday night May 21. Investigation Discovery has teamed up with the National Center for Missing Exploited Children as the organization commemorates a month of awareness.

May 25 is National Missing Children’s Day and tonight, ID presents a new episode of its long-running series that highlights the case of Zachary Bernhardt, the eight-year-old boy last seen in September 2000 when he vanished from the family’s home in Florida.

It might seem like a long time to hold out hope to those of us who have not had this kind of tragedy befall us, but for Zachary’s family, it feels like much longer. They have hope that one day law enforcement officials will give them answers to their many questions.

Zachary, if alive, looks very different. He would be 24 years-old, so photos of him as a child do not suffice. Thanks to the age-progression technology of

Read more at: http://tvruckus.com/2017/05/21/disappeared-missing-children-including-zachary-bernhardt-featured-tonight-investigation-discovery/

Zachary Bernhardt case in Clearwater to be featured on missing …

The story of a missing Clearwater boy will be featured next week on Disappeared, a documentary television series highlighting cold cases.

The story of a missing Clearwater boy will be featured next week on Disappeared, a documentary television series highlighting cold cases.

Zachary Bernhardt, an 8-year-old boy, vanished from his family’s apartment on Drew Street in September 2000. His mother went for a walk around the apartment complex about 4 a.m. and when she returned, her son was gone.

The episode will air Monday at 9 p.m. on Investigation Discovery. Bernhardt’s story will be featured along with the cold cases of other missing children, to commemorate National Missing Children’s Day on May 25.

In the past 16 years, dozens of detectives have worked to find Bernhardt, chasing hundreds of leads without success. Last year, billboards were put up in Pinellas County featuring an aged photo of Bernhardt,

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20170519/zachary-bernhardt-case-in-clearwater-to-be-featured-on-missing-persons-show