St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Commander Tim Corbett will appear on this Sunday’s edition of “On the Case with Paula Zahn.”
Back in 2007, Daniel Seltzer was about to be released from prison after serving time for the 1983 murder of George Lamphere.
Just days before his release, charges were filed against him for the 1981 murder of Gerald Gherardi.
Both victims were church organists, just miles away from each other, and both were found choked to death in their apartments.
Investigators used DNA evidence found on cigarette butts to link seltzer to Gherardi’s death.
The episode called “Deadly Hymn” premieres this Sunday on “Investigation Discovery” at 10 p.m.
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Paul Everett murdered Kelli Bailey
This week On the Case With Paula Zahn, Kelli Bailey came home from nightshift to disturb a burglar who raped and murdered her.
November 2001 and 31-year-old Kelli Bailey was late home from her nightshift at the hospital where she worked so her stepfather John Greathouse went to check on her. He found Kelli lying on floor by the door to her bedroom and soon realised she was dead, he’d raised her like his own child and was understandably devastated.
The police investigation turned up a number of potential clues and fairly quickly the detective track down 22-year-old Alabama man Paul Everett. He confessed to the police and explained that he’d been in the middle of burgling Kelli’s house when she interupted her. The pair then struggled and he proceed to rape her before beating her
Read more at: https://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/brutal-rape-and-murder-of-kelli-bailey-spotlighted-on-the-case-with-paula-zahn/
PAULA ZAHN RETURNS FOR A GROUND-BREAKING NEW SEASON OF INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY’S LONGEST RUNNING NEWSMAGAZINE “ON THE CASE WITH PAULA ZAHN”
— All-New Season Debuts on Sunday, October 29 at 10/9c, only on ID–
(Silver Spring, Md.) – Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn returns to America’s leading true-crime network Investigation Discovery (ID) for an all-new season of the channel’s first original series, ON THE CASE WITH PAULA ZAHN. Premiering Sunday, October 29 at 10/9c, ON THE CASE takes viewers on an emotional journey into some of the nation’s most captivating crimes. Driven by Zahn’s unparalleled journalistic expertise and passion for justice, each episode of ON THE CASE profiles fascinating and true investigations that shocked communities across America. Anchored by insightful and emotional interviews with criminal experts and those closest to the
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Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn returns to America’s leading true-crime network Investigation Discovery (ID) for an all-new season of the channel’s first original series, ON THE CASE WITH PAULA ZAHN. Premiering Sunday, October 29 at 10/9c, ON THE CASE takes viewers on an emotional journey into some of the nation’s most captivating crimes. Driven by Zahn’s unparalleled journalistic expertise and passion for justice, each episode of ON THE CASE profiles fascinating and true investigations that shocked communities across America. Anchored by insightful and emotional interviews with criminal experts and those closest to the victims, Zahn delves into every twist and turn of each case in her quest for the truth.
The season premiere of ON THE CASE follows the tragic double homicide of Reeda Roundy and Betty Gray who were found
Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Paula-Zahn-Returns-for-New-Season-of-ON-THE-CASE-on-Investigation-Discovery-20171011
The 1976 murder of 18-year-old Cynthia May Hernandez, a Glendora woman who was found decades later buried in the San Bernardino Mountains, and the case against her killer will be featured Sunday evening on the Investigation Discovery channel.
Hernandez left her home on Aug. 26, 1976, to catch a movie alone at the Fox Twin Theaters in Covina, according to a news release from the San Bernardino County District Attorney. But Hernandez, a recent Charter Oak High School graduate, never returned home.
The next morning, the young woman’s family found her 1963 Chervolet station wagon in the theater’s parking lot. Fearing for her safety, they filed a missing person’s report with Glendora Police Department.
Larry James Allred, 61, was charged in connection with her death in 2014 and later sentenced to 7 years to life in state prison.
The case will be featured on “On the Case with Paula Zahn” at 10 p.m. Sunday
Read more at: http://www.pe.com/2017/07/29/investigation-discoverys-paula-zahn-probes-cold-case-involving-san-bernardino-mountains-glendora/
Paula Sladewski was murdered after leaving a popular club in Miami
This week Dateline on ID examines the case of ex-Playboy model Paula Sladewski, who was murdered and her body burnt beyond recognition.
It was January 3 2010 when Paula Sladewski left Club Space in Miami after a wild night of drinking and dancing. A few hours later her burned body was found in a dumpster down an alley ten miles from the club.
Paula Sladewski and her boyfriend Kevin Klym
26-year-old Sladewski had been clubbing with her boyfriend Kevin Klym, but the pair had argued over her provocative dancing and he’d been thrown out of the club.
Later Sladewski was also escorted out of the club by security and after that nobody seems to know what happened.
Klym returned to the pair’s
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Investigation Discovery “addicts” are in luck the next couple of weeks when some of the network’s most beloved personalities and favorite shows return for new seasons. From noir-ish tales of a former homicide detective to current investigations to profiles of some of the most dangerous women who ever lived, Investigation Discovery probably has a show you’ll love, if you are into true crime stories.
Everybody loves retired homicide detective Lt. Joe Kenda, or at least everybody he hasn’t put behind bars. Kenda narrates stories of his days working as a Colorado homicide detective, and the man has a natural knack for storytelling. In fact, Homicide Hunter films Kenda telling his stories, then writes the scripts for the reenactments, done by a hunky actor who makes the ladies swoon. If you browse a few Facebook groups, you’ll find that some of the ladies even seem to carry a bit of a torch
Read more at: http://www.inquisitr.com/3411626/investigation-discovery-kenda-candice-and-paula-return-with-new-seasons/