Andra Sachs and husband Brad Sachs were shot and killed in their home three years ago by Ashton Sachs, the California couple’s son. The murders were inspired by the Menendez brothers case. Unusual Suspects: Deadly Intent will air “Snake in the Grass,” an episode that will re-create the chilling events based on the real story. The Sachs murder case fascinated the public because it was rare to see this kind of murder in an upscale beach town.
Unusual Suspects: Deadly Intent episode “Snake in the Grass”
When an entrepreneur couple is found dead in their bed, investigators are looking for suspects in a home invasion until the evidence reveals the killer is closer to home.
2014: Days Before Valentine’s Day: Couple Murdered In Bed
According to Unusual Suspects, Detectives were called to a home in the San Juan Capistrano area for a fatal shooting that had occurred there. The beautiful mansion was
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Under cover of night in Richmond, Virginia, a monster strikes, leaving a gruesome trail of stranglings that has paralyzed the city. Medical examiner Kay Scarpetta suspects the worst: a deliberate campaign by a brilliant serial killer whose signature offers precious few clues. With an unerring eye, she calls on the latest advances in forensic research to unmask the madman. But this investigation will test Kay like no other, because it’s being sabotaged from within—and someone wants her dead.
Some interesting facts about Postmortum and Patricia Cornwell:
- Postmortem (Kay Scarpetta) is an award-winning novel and it launched Patricia Cornwell’s career.
- Postmortem is based on Richmond’s real-life “South Side Strangler” case.
- Patricia Cornwell is a former reporter and has worked in a medical examiner’s office.
Read about the Jackie Galloway murder.
The 1991 disappearance and murder of Jackie Galloway, a vibrant and social woman in Sarasota, Florida, at first stymied and then shocked investigators.
Authorities eventually discovered that Galloway’s slaying was linked to the sexual assault of a second woman in the area — and that both crimes bore strange similarities to those described in a crime thriller novel that the main suspect owned.
Here are five things you need to know about the case, which will be featured on the next episode of People Magazine Investigates, airing Monday night on Investigation Discovery.
1. Galloway Suddenly Vanished from Her Apartment
Galloway was discovered missing the afternoon of June 12, 1991, when a friend of hers (Harry Dean, an older man who she had been helping take care of) came to take her to lunch. But Dean found her apartment — an
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The story of Jackie Galloway — who suddenly disappeared in 1991 from her apartment in Sarasota, Florida — is equally a mystery and tragedy: While police quickly discovered her body, bound and bloody, it took them much longer to locate her killer and his motive.
The investigation, which is the focus of the next episode of People Magazine Investigates airing Monday, November 21, on Investigation Discovery, featured a shifting cast of possible suspects; evidence of horrific violence; a speculative link to the Gainesville Ripper serial killer, who murdered college students not far away; and a curious connection to the Patricia Cornwell thriller Postmortem about a killer called “Mr. Nobody.”
And at the center of it all was Galloway, a social butterfly who fell victim to what one close friend calls “pure evil.”
People Magazine Investigates traces the inside journey of investigators
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