A truck driver spots an adult’s body floating in a southern Mississippi river, wearing a blue and white checkered shirt next to an ice chest.
The body count is increasing and the mysteries are deepening. The communities of Southern Jackson County, Mississippi mourn the loss of a young life.
For 6 years Baby Jane laid alone, until 1988 when a second nameless baby girl was laid to rest beside her.
How many killers can you have in such a small area?
He dubbed himself “The Interstate Man” and had dozens of agencies lining up to interview him for his confessed involvement in crimes across North America.
Investigators follow genetic genealogy tips to Missouri and one piece of the mystery finally comes together.
Interviews with Gwendolyn Mae Clemons family start to offer a glimpse into the lives of the young mother and her baby daughter, Alisha Ann Heinrich.
An affair that changes everything, the promise of a new and better life, and maybe even happiness. In Gwen’s own words, “It was almost too good to be true.”
Investigators dig deep into the days surrounding Gwen’s disappearance and into the unraveling of a man once revered by his family and friends.
A sighting by her ex-husband, or just mistaken identity?