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Cece Dove, Andrey Bridges: ‘Swamp Murders’—Missing Transgender Fatal Attraction Story Airs, Did Ohio Man Think …

Cece Dove, a transgender female murdered by Andrey Bridges in Ohio, will have her fatal attraction story featured on Swamp Murders on ID. CeCe Dove, who also went by the name Cemia Dove but named Carl Acoff Jr., at birth, died in an Olmsted Township apartment after going to meet with a man who allegedly believed Cece Dove was a real or biologically-born female. Swamp Murders focuses on missing person cases whose victims are later found dead in bodies of water. In the case of Cece ‘Cemia’ Dove, her body was found in 2013 in a pond or small lake.

 

Swamp Murders episode “Double Crossed” on Investigation Discovery

When the body of a 20-year-old male is found in a pond, police later connect the murder to a missing person case in Cleveland. After launching an investigation into the man’s secret life, they discover he lived his life as a woman. Did the

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Swamp Murders spotlights the rape and murder of young mother Shawn Williams

Karl Myers

Karl Myers was found guilty of raping and murdering Shawn Williams

This week Swamp Murders spotlights the murder of Shawn Williams, who went out to the store one evening and was never seen alive again.

April 1993 and young mother Shawn Williams went out on a late night trip to the local store, she was never seen alive again. The next day her body was found near the Oklahoma River and detectives begin to examine her personal life to see if there are any potential killers in her social circle.

Years later Karl Myers, who had already served time for assault and rape was found guilty of raping and killing Williams as well.

Police also suspect he sexually assaulted and killed three girl scouts in the late 1970s.

Myers died of natural causes 2012 aged 64 in Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

Swamp Murders airs Saturdays at 10:00 PM on

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Swamp Murders spotlights murder of sunbathing teens Megan Carr and Cherish DeSantis on Florida beach

Swamp Murders spotlights murder of two sunbathing teens Megan Carr and Cherish DeSantis

Megan Carr and Cherish DeSantis were murdered at a beach near Alligator Point

This week Swamp Murders looks at the tragic murder of two 16-year-old girls from Thomasville, shot in the head whilst they were sunbathing on a beach.

March 1992 and 16-year-old girls Megan Carr and Cherish DeSantis went for a drive to a Florida beach to spend the day getting some fresh air and catching some sun. Around 12.30 in the afternoon a local police officer walked down the beach with his family and spotted the girls. On the way back they noticed they had not moved, but did not think anything of it.

A few hours later the girls were found to have been shot in the head and must have already been dead when the officer walked passed.

The crimes

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Cherokee Resident To Star In ‘Swamp Murders’ Series

WOODSTOCK, GA — Savanna Renee can’t remember a time when she wanted to pursue a career that deviated from her love of acting. The 21-year-old is constantly in search of roles that will allow her to perfect and improve on her skills as an actress. On Oct. 7, you will be able to watch this Cherokee County resident work towards that goal, as she is set to appear in Investigation Discovery’s “Swamp Murders” series.

The upcoming episode, entitled “Point Of No Return,” will chronicle the deaths of two teenage girls during their spring break trip on a remote Florida beach. This is Renee’s first appearance on Investigation Discovery’s hit show, a re-enactment series that recounts the deaths of people whose corpses are typically found in bodies of water.

Renee said she was chosen by a casting director who saw an audition of one of the scenes in the show (SIGN UP:

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Jarret Clark, Anthony ‘Tony’ Wallen: ‘Swamp Murders’ Episode On Missing Teen Found Dead In Oklahoma Lake

Jarret Clark’s drowning death by Tony Wallen will be the focus of ID’s Swamp Murders this weekend. What happened to Jarret Clark, of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma should never happen to anyone. Court records show eleven years ago Jarret Clark went on a camping trip and party in the woods and never came home alive. It was a cold case that took eight years to solve. Investigation Discovery’s Swamp Murders‘ episode is titled “What Happened in the Woods.” Anthony ‘Tony’ Wallen and Courtney Manzer were ultimately convicted.

 

Swamp Murders episode “What Happened in the Woods”

When a mysterious body is found floating in a lake, investigators untangle a web of betrayal and secrecy among friends.

 

 

Jarret Clark Case: Night of Fun Leads to Ambush

In May of 2006, Jarret Clark, 18, failed to return home on Mother’s Day. That’s when his mother knew something was deadly wrong. He went missing from a party

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TV judge looks at Halliwell murders in new documentary

A NEW documentary examining harrowing details of how police caught double-murderer Christopher Halliwell will be broadcast on ITV tomorrow.

Television personality and real-life criminal defence barrister Judge Rinder will step out from behind the bench to take a closer look at the gripping case of Sian O’Callaghan, who disappeared after a night out with friends at the Suju nightclub in Old Town in March 2011.

The hour-long special will follow the multiple twists and turns in the case from the initial arrest to the court case, as well as Halliwell’s life-sentence imposed last year after he was found guilty of murdering Becky Godden.

The Judge Rinder documentary comes just weeks after a show aired in the USA recounting the 22-year-old’s last movements.

See No Evil: Watch Me Disappear, on the Investigation Discovery channel, revealed CCTV and Automatic Numberplate Recognition (ANPR) were key in apprehending Halliwell.

The documentary revealed suspicion swiftly fell on the taxi driver

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TV judge looks at Halliwell murders in new documentary (From …

A NEW documentary examining harrowing details of how police caught double-murderer Christopher Halliwell will be broadcast on ITV tomorrow.

Television personality and real-life criminal defence barrister Judge Rinder will step out from behind the bench to take a closer look at the gripping case of Sian O’Callaghan, who disappeared after a night out with friends at the Suju nightclub in Old Town in March 2011.

The hour-long special will follow the multiple twists and turns in the case from the initial arrest to the court case, as well as Halliwell’s life-sentence imposed last year after he was found guilty of murdering Becky Godden.

The Judge Rinder documentary comes just weeks after a show aired in the USA recounting the 22-year-old’s last movements.

See No Evil: Watch Me Disappear, on the Investigation Discovery channel, revealed CCTV and Automatic Numberplate Recognition (ANPR) were key in apprehending Halliwell.

The documentary revealed suspicion swiftly fell on the taxi driver

Read more at: http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/15343976.TV_judge_looks_at_Halliwell_murders_in_new_documentary/

People Magazine Investigates After Show: How Solving Keddie Murders Is ‘Personal’ for Investigators

The unsolved killings of a young mother and three teenagers 35 years ago in a small, northern California town haunt the surviving family members of the victims.

But the memory of those murders has also stayed with the community — and especially with the investigators who have re-opened the case of the 1981 attacks on Sue Sharp, her son Johnny, her daughter Tina, and family friend Dana Wingate.

The mystery of what happened in Cabin 28 in Keddie, a faded Sierra Nevada resort community, was revisited Monday in an episode of People Magazine Investigates, PEOPLE’s new true-crime series on Investigation Discovery.

In conversation with PEOPLE Senior Editor Alicia Dennis for the People Magazine Investigates After Show, staff writer Jeff Truesdell talks about how the case stands apart from others he’s reported for the magazine.

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Nightmare Next Door: Sam Strange murders two teen best friends

Crissy Campbell and her friend Dawn Donaldson were murdered by sam StrangeCrissy Campbell and her friend Dawn Donaldson were murdered by sam Strange

Crissy Campbell and her friend Dawn Donaldson were murdered by Sam Strange

Nightmare Next Door explores the case of two teen girls who went missing overnight from the town of Grass Valley, Cal.

16-year-old Dawn Donaldson and her best Friend Crissy Campbell disappeared one night and rumors flew of abduction and runaways as detectives desperately tried to track them down.

Sadly they had been brutally murdered by 20-year-old local man Sam Strange and their bodies dumped by the side of the road in nearby woods.

Strange has always maintained his innocence and said he did dispose of the bodies but only because the real perpetrators threatened his family.

However, the sledgehammer and axe used to kill the girls were from his garage and his

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