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Mother speaks for first time since daughter’s murder in 2004 – WAVY

ISLE OF WIGHT, Va. (WAVY) — New technology may help to crack a 2004 murder case in Isle of Wight County.

For the first time since the case went cold, 10 On Your Side is hearing from the victim’s mother and getting another look at a suspected killer and his profile.

“It’s hard for me to wrap my brain around someone who would do such a horrible crime,” Patty Lord said.

Police say someone found 28-year-old Carrie Singer’s body in a field, half-naked and her head severely beaten on July 1, 2004.  She was last seen alive the day her body was found.

Police say she lived in Hampton. Singer had just moved to Isle of Wight six months before she died. Before

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Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman: ‘The Jury Speaks’ Juror ‘Couldn’t Eat’ After Trial On Oxygen


Trayvon Martin’s story will air on The Jury Speaks: George Zimmerman, Oxygen’s brand new true crime series. The Jury Speaks documentary will air in four-parts. The story of OJ Simpson has already been told, and this Tuesday, Oxygen’s The Jury Speaks profiles the case of Robert Durst.


On tonight’s The Jury Speaks: George Zimmerman

Former jurors will recount what they went through mentally as they prepared to sit on the case and the stirring emotions they’ve battled since the George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin death trial ended.


Trayvon Martin, 17, was gunned down in Sanford, Florida in 2012 by George Zimmerman as he walked home from the store. George Zimmerman, an aggressive neighborhood watch coordinator,

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Review: ‘She Speaks’ at The Rude Mechanicals

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William Shakespeare wrote memorable female characters, many of them laced within male-dominated plays. The Rude MechanicalsShe Speaks came about when director Leanne G. Stump realized that “If you strung the best female scenes together, they’d almost make their own show.” Neatly divided into comedies and histories, She Speaks explores scenes from Shakespeare’s most notable heroines. The cast, with Stump’s direction, has helped create a feast for fans of The Bard.

The breezy, thirty-minute first act began with a prologue from Antony and Cleopatra by Lynda Clark, in which Cleopatra spoke of women inhabiting “our world that equals theirs.”

From there, a subsection of the play entitled “I am the man,” which focused on Shakespeare’s women characters who had to dress as men, felt a bit rushed; in rapid succession, there were scenes from The Merchant of Venice,

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Woman who accuses Bikram Choudhury of sexual harassment speaks out in Vanity Fair Confidential

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Bikram Choudhury, who has been accused of charges ranging from sexual harassment to rape

Sexual assault and rape claims against yoga teacher Bikram Choudhury are investigated with new insight tonight in an episode of Vanity Fair Confidential on Investigation Discovery.

Watch our exclusive clip from the episode below as Sarah Baughn, who accuses him of sexual harassment and of sabotaging her career, recalls her alleged experiences at the hands of the Bikram Yoga founder.

Vanity Fair writer Benjamin Wallace and one of her lawyers, Carney Shegerian, reveal how she was invited to Choudhury’s home by his wife Rajashree, and said she felt she would have a “zone of protection” around her while there because other people would be present.

But after being left alone with Choudhury, Sarah claims he began groping her.

She says: “After everyone had left, I was sitting on the couch with him. We were watching an Indian movie, and

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Dauphin County coroner speaks for the dead, again

Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick investigates the 2007 murder of Darlene Ewalt for a new Investigation Discovery TV series “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead.” The case also includes the 2007 slashing of York County woman Patricia Brooks.
Courtesy of Investigation Discovery

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Former Teen Killer Speaks from Prison About the Jealousy That Drove a Murder Plot to Kill Her Rival

More than 20 years after she  was convicted of murdering Adrianne Jones, Diane Zamora tears up thinking about her teenage victim.

“It wasn’t her fault, but she wouldn’t have been in that position had I not lost my temper,” Zamora tells People Magazine Investigates from behind bars. Monday night’s episode of the Investigation Discovery series will focus on the case.

Zamora still maintains her innocence in Adrianne’s December 1995 slaying, which stunned their Texas community and made national news. But Zamora doesn’t deny her complicity: She admits that she witnessed her fiancé, David Graham, kill the 16-year-old, and then helped hide it. But she insists she never killed anyone or set out to do so.

(Graham has struck a similarly remorseful tone in past interviews, telling the Dallas Morning News in 2008 that Zamora was the “motivator.”)


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He Speaks for the Dead / ‘1A’ with Joshua Johnson

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Graham Hetrick – Dauphin County Coroner

Human skeletal remains were recently found in the woods in Cumberland County.  The bones are estimated to be about two years old.  Now, the focus will be on identify the remains.

So what is the process?  Who will assign a life to this scattering of old bones?

Graham Hetrick has served as Dauphin County’s coroner for 25 years, participated in 3,000 autopsies and certified more than 13,000 deaths.  He is an avid student of thanatology – the study of death and how passings impact people and society.  He lectures on grief counseling and hosts The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead on the Investigation Discovery channel.

Hetrick will join Thursday’s Smart Talk to talk about identifying human remains and discuss the topic of death and why it is important to understand the process of dying.

Also, The

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Pennsylvania coroner ‘speaks for the dead’ in new forensic TV series

Devoted fans of the forensic crime drama genre are in for a compelling new television series that will center on the career insights of longstanding Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick.

On Monday night, Investigation Discovery premiered “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead,” a headlong examination of the work that goes into complex forensic investigations.

“They say everybody has a story to tell—but Graham Hetrick knows well that every body has a story, and it’s simply his job to listen,” said Henry Schleiff, Group President of Investigation Discovery, American Heroes Channel and Destination America. “In this fascinating foray into forensics, ‘The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead’ showcases a critical element to

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Local coroner ‘speaks for the dead’ in new TV series

Every morning when Graham Hetrick wakes up, he gets in his car and drives to an office where he faces mortality.

That’s the never-ending job of the Dauphin County Coroner. And working with dead bodies and investigating deaths comes with the territory.

But if you ask Hetrick, a York College graduate, what he does every day, he’ll tell you he speaks for the dead, which is the premise of his new eight-part forensic TV series premiering Monday on Investigation Discovery.

“The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead” takes audiences inside complex forensic investigations and murder cases from Hetrick’s 25 years as Dauphin

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Dauphin County coroner Graham Hetrick ‘Speaks for the Dead’ in new television series

As a child, Graham Hetrick would talk to his father as he embalmed the dead.

The Middle Paxton Twp. man didn’t think it was unusual then. Death was a normal part of life when he lived above his father’s funeral home. It’s what led him to become Dauphin County’s coroner for the last 25 years.

Hetrick will talk about some of his investigations as part of Investigation Discovery‘s upcoming eight-part forensic series “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead,” which premieres 10 p.m. Monday, July 18. Each episode will reconstruct one of Hetrick’s investigations, from serial killings to crimes of passion, according to a news release. All of the cases that will be featured on the series have already been adjudicated.

That doesn’t mean they’ll all be Dauphin County cases, though, as Hetrick also “investigates many cases outside of (the) county.”

“Folks are flown in to two of the large medical facilities that we

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