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This season’s Discovery Channel’s ‘Killing Fields,’ which follows criminal investigations, descends on Isle of Wight …

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Michele ‘Shelli’ Whitaker: ID’s ‘Gone’ Follows Missing Spartanburg Woman Found Alive

The Michele “Shelli” Whitaker (Michelle Shelly Whitaker) Spartanburg missing person case got some attention last night on ID’s Gone documentary crime series. The missing woman, also known as Michele “Shelly” Whitaker, vanished fifteen years ago. Her story made headlines and was featured on a crime show.

 

Six years after Michele Whitaker’s disappearance, she was found alive in Oregon. Gone on Investigation Discovery will recount the turmoil and anguish her family went through while trying to find her. It will also reveal what Michele Whitaker’s life was like during those years. The interviewees include Michele Whitaker’s mother, sister, and law enforcement officials.

 

 

The Investigation Discovery TV show Gone will dramatize the events leading up to the disappearance of Michele Whitaker. The 33-year-old woman vanished without a trace in August of 2002. She was last seen leaving a jail where she had been arrested for driving under the influence. Police officials released her

Read more at: https://tvcrimesky.com/2017/08/22/michele-shelli-whitaker-ids-gone-follows-missing-spartanburg-woman-found-alive/565

Michele ‘Shelli’ Whitaker: ID’s ‘Gone’ Follows Missing Spartanburg …

The Michele “Shelli” Whitaker (Michelle Shelly Whitaker) Spartanburg missing person case got some attention last night on ID’s Gone documentary crime series. The missing woman, also known as Michele “Shelly” Whitaker, vanished fifteen years ago. Her story made headlines and was featured on a crime show.

 

Six years after Michele Whitaker’s disappearance, she was found alive in Oregon. Gone on Investigation Discovery will recount the turmoil and anguish her family went through while trying to find her. It will also reveal what Michele Whitaker’s life was like during those years. The interviewees include Michele Whitaker’s mother, sister, and law enforcement officials.

 

 

The Investigation Discovery TV show Gone will dramatize the events leading up to the disappearance of Michele Whitaker. The 33-year-old woman vanished without a trace in August of 2002. She was last seen leaving a jail where she had been arrested for driving under the influence. Police officials released her

Read more at: https://tvcrimesky.com/2017/08/22/michele-shelli-whitaker-ids-gone-follows-missing-spartanburg-woman-found-alive/565

‘Killing Fields’ on Discovery follows a real-life detective on a cold case

Set among the Louisiana swamps where nature makes short work of a dead body, “Killing Fields,” a new series beginning Tuesday on Discovery Channel, follows Iberville Parish police Det. Rodie Sanchez as he comes out of retirement to try to close the case — the killing of a young woman, Eugenie Boisfontaine — that’s haunted him for nearly two decades. A local serial killer — excuse the homely phrase — was thought to be the likely culprit, but the policeman has his doubts.

“My health is deteriorating,” says Sanchez, something of a rough old dog. “I’m getting up in age now. I want to solve this.” He hopes that two decades of forensic breakthroughs and improvements may yield new clues.

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“True crime” has been popular for ages; what’s new is the prestige attached to the form. (And there is nothing as prestigious in

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Discovery Life’s First Original Series Follows Group of Transgender Friends (Exclusive)

Discovery Life Channel has greenlit its first original series, “Those Girls.”

The newly rebranded network’s upcoming docu-series will profile a group of transgender friends who live in Kansas City. It’s set to debut in March 2015 on the newly rebranded network.

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“Those Girls” offers an in-depth look at four pairs of transgender couples and friends, the show is being billed as the first TV series to ever profile a transgender community this closely. Those being featured included best friends Kassidy and Chloe, who are navigating the challenges of transitioning together; Tanya and Jaime, a couple who have moved back into Jaime’s parents’ house while handling child-related issues with Tanya’s ex-wife; Macy and Sharon, a married couple facing new hurdles since Macy’s recent transition; and Robyn and Andrew, best friends who became romantically involved after one of them transitioned.

“‘Those Girls’ embodies

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