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Need a good night’s sleep? Help is not on the way. Because truth is often more chilling than fiction, and fear can keep you up at night.
Take the case of Wallace Souza, who in 2009 hosted a Brazilian TV crime show called, “Canal Livre.” Souza had the good fortune of receiving anonymous phone tips alerting him and the TV station of upcoming murders. He confounded local authorities by getting a TV news truck to the scene of the attacks before they happened and broadcasting live coverage which, of course, boosted his TV ratings, CNN reported at the time.
How the unlikely events surrounding Souza unfolded, along with the unusual twist that ends his story, are re-enacted on this weekend’s edition of Investigation Discovery’s “True Nightmares,” a weekly series in its second season of presenting gruesome stories of murder and mayhem based on real events.
Harking back to the days of
Real People, Real Stories: Investigation Discovery Announces Powerful New Slate of Original Content for 2016-2017 Upfront Season
#1 Network for Women Debuts Premiere Programming Nearly Every Night
(New York, NY) – Investigation Discovery (ID), America’s leading mystery and suspense network and the #1 network for women 25-54 in cable season-to-date, today announced a powerful new slate of world premiere programming for the 2016-17 upfront season, including 13 new series and 16 returning hits. Featuring stories of heartache and triumph, the new slate delivers more of what viewers love about ID – real stories about real people presented from a deeply personal perspective.
ID has just come off its best year in network history, closing out fourth quarter as the #1 network in cable for total day delivery of W25-54; continuing its four-year run as the #1 network for length of tune in all of television; and finishing the year as
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SILVER SPRING, Md., Jan. 18, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — From obsessed former lovers to unrelenting acquaintances fueled by the thrill of the chase, stalkers can have a range of motivations, but all instill a perpetual fear within their victims. With over three million people falling victim to stalking in the United States each year, this widely misunderstood crime reaches far beyond celebrities and people in the public eye. STALKED: SOMEONE’S WATCHING profiles six emotional stories of stalking victims and explores the twisted psychology of the people who relentlessly pursued them. As the first president to issue a National Stalking Awareness Month proclamation, President Obama earlier this month helped focus national attention on this serious crime and stressed the challenges in recognizing and combating stalking. In recognition of National Stalking Awareness Month, STALKED: SOMEONE’S WATCHING premieres on Monday, January 24 at 10:30 PM ET on Investigation Discovery, America’s leading investigation network and the fastest