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Jodi Arias: 5 Things To Know About The Convicted Boyfriend Killer

Here’s everything you need to know about murderess, Jodi Arias, who was convicted of brutally killing her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in 2008.


1.) Jodi Arias, 37, was found guilty of first degree murder on May 7, 2012. The conviction came four years after she murdered her on/off boyfriend, Travis Alexander, inside his Mesa, Arizona home on June 4, 2008. The horrific crime made headlines all over the United States, sparking national interest in the investigation. This led to a partially televised trial, followed by a 2013 TV movie called Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret, and multiple different docu-series about the murder. The latest, Jodi Arias: An American Murder Mystery, premieres on January 14 at 10pm ET on Investigation Discovery.

2.) Jodi, born and raised in California, met Travis at a conference in Las Vegas in 2006. At the time Jodi was still

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about “Killing Fields”

Killing Fields is a true crime series that is broadcast on the Discovery Channel. Each episode sees the series following crime investigators making an effort to solve cold cases, starting with what happened to Eugenie Boisfontaine in the state of Louisiana in 1997. Currently, Killing Fields is on its third season, which has started up in January of 2018.

Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Killing Fields:

First True Crime Series Developed By Discovery

This can come as a surprise considering the sheer range of subject matters that have been covered by its TV shows, but Killing Fields is the first true crime series to have been developed by Discovery. With that said, Discovery has managed to bring much of its expertise and experience from making other series over to making Killing Fields, thus resulting in something of interest to the viewers. For proof, look no

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about ID’s “One Frightful Night”

One of the most disparaging things that can happen to a family is to have a loved one come up missing with no explanation. It is close to impossible to get closure when you do not have the pieces to the puzzle to make sense of it all, or at least that is what most people believe. After watching “One Frightful Night,” — a television series that chronicles the investigation into the disappearance and murder of Carla Fuqua. While there are a lot of revelations exposed throughout this series, the one thing that will become increasingly evident is that you cannot make sense of that which is senseless. One Frightful Night takes its viewers into this story in a way that only Investigation Discovery can.

To give a little more insight into the series, here are five facts you did not know.

1. Jimmy Ray Steed is Likely a Serial Killer

It took

Read more at: http://www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/five-things-didnt-know-ids-one-frightful-night

Five Things You Didn’t Know about ID’s “One Frightful Night”

One of the most disparaging things that can happen to a family is to have a loved one come up missing with no explanation. It is close to impossible to get closure when you do not have the pieces to the puzzle to make sense of it all, or at least that is what most people believe. After watching “One Frightful Night,” — a television series that chronicles the investigation into the disappearance and murder of Carla Fuqua. While there are a lot of revelations exposed throughout this series, the one thing that will become increasingly evident is that you cannot make sense of that which is senseless. One Frightful Night takes its viewers into this story in a way that only Investigation Discovery can.

To give a little more insight into the series, here are five facts you did not know.

1. Jimmy Ray Steed is Likely a Serial Killer

It took

Read more at: https://www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/five-things-didnt-know-ids-one-frightful-night

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Six Degrees of Murder

The Investigation Discovery television show “Six Degrees of Murder” is a crime show that dissects murder investigations regardless of how complicated or straightforward they are. Law enforcement employs methods that are tried and true to solve the mysteries to prevent them from going into the files that house cold cases. The show features re-enactments of actual crimes which have been committed and fans of murder mysteries learn how law enforcement use their methodology to catch the criminals.

Here are five things you didn’t know about the show.

Psychic Suzanne Vincent doesn’t accept pay

Suzanne and her sister Jean Vincent are both psychics who help law enforcement on tough cases. They appear in the case that involves the murder of Christine Sheddy. Suzanne has an incredible gift that allows her to use premonitions and psychic intuition to nail down details of murder cases. She offers her services completely as a

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‘Killing Fields’ Finale: Francise In Orange, Will It Change Things For Rodie Sanchez?

“Killing Fields” airs its season finale tonight on Discovery beginning at 10 p.m. Titled “The Last Stand”, it reflects months of works to arrest suspect Tommy Francise. He will be cuffed and brought into custody. In anticipation of it, Rodie Sanchez said it will be the best day he’s had in decades, but will it change much about his life?

We met him in the first season of “Killing Fields” when he came out of retirement to re-work the case of Eugenie Boisfontaine along with team members of the Iberville Parish Sheriff’s Office. Haunted by the inability to get justice for Eugenie’s family, which he promised them years prior, he and new partner Aubrey St. Angelo went back to square one. Using scientific techniques not available back in that day, such as DNA testing, gave them hope

Eugenie’s body was found in the swampy land in and around Baton Rouge, Louisiana. As

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Things To Do Jan. 26-Feb. 1, ongoing – Las Cruces Sun

Thursday

ARTS

Make Friends with Frida: 5:30 pm. Thursday, Jan. 26, at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo, in Santa Fe. There are still opportunities for sponsorship of Frida Kahlo images in the upcoming exhibit “Mirror Mirror!” Penelope Hunter-Stiebel, curator of “Mirror Mirror: Photographs of Frida Kahlo” will introduce you to this exciting exhibition which will open at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art in May 2017. Info: Valerie Kendall, 505-982-2226, ext. 106

DANCE

Big Band Dance Club

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5 Things to Know About the Case of Green Beret Surgeon Jeffrey MacDonald, Convicted of Killing His Family

It’s been nearly 50 years since former Green Beret surgeon Jeffrey MacDonald’s wife and two daughters were brutally murdered at their Fort Bragg, North Carolina, home.

MacDonald claimed that on that 1970 night, four intruders killed his wife, Colette, 26, and daughters Kimberley, 5, and Kristen, 2. But MacDonald was convicted of the murders.

He has maintained his innocence, and on January 26, an appeals court in Richmond, Virginia, will hear oral arguments on his “actual innocence” claim, a legal term that sets a high bar for exonerations.

The case is the focus of the upcoming People Magazine Investigates episode “The Accused,” which airs Monday night at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

• For more on the case of the Jeffrey MacDonald case, watch “The Accused” on our 10-part true crime show, People Magazine Investigates, airing Monday night at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

Here are five things  to know about the case that

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People Magazine Investigates: 5 Things to Know About Jeffrey MacDonald Case

 

It’s been nearly 50 years since former Green Beret surgeon Jeffrey MacDonald’s wife and two daughters were brutally murdered at their Fort Bragg, North Carolina, home.

MacDonald claimed that on that 1970 night, four intruders killed his wife, Colette, 26, and daughters Kimberley, 5, and Kristen, 2. But MacDonald was convicted of the murders.

He has maintained his innocence, and on January 26, an appeals court in Richmond, Virginia, will hear oral arguments on his “actual innocence” claim, a legal term that sets a high bar for exonerations.

The case is the focus of the upcoming People Magazine Investigates episode “The Accused,” which airs Monday night at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

• For more on the Jeffrey MacDonald case, watch “The Accused” on our 10-part true crime show, People Magazine Investigates, airing Monday night at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/5-things-to-know-about-the-case-of-green-beret-surgeon-jeffrey-macdonald-convicted-of-killing-his-family/

5 Things to Know About the Murder of Lauri Waterman Tied to Her Teen Daughter

Everyone pretty much knows everyone else in Craig, Alaska, a town of about 1,400 on a picturesque island accessible only by boat or plane.

But even if its residents didn’t know everybody in the fall of 2004, they likely knew the Watermans.

Dad Carl “Doc” Waterman was a real estate agent who served as president of the local school board. Mom Lauri was a well-liked civic volunteer with the Girl Scouts and Little League and a special education teacher’s aide. Daughter Rachelle was a 16-year-old high school honors student who played volleyball and sang in the school choir.

Lauri’s disappearance and murder in November 2004 — the subject of Monday night’s People Magazine Investigates, on Investigation Discovery — sent the community reeling amid panic about a killer among them.

Even more startling was the subsequent allegation raised by police and prosecutors that Rachelle had

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