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Lea Porter was just 19 years old when she packed up her belongings and headed to Denver, Colorado for a fresh new start.
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Lisa Kimmell was just 18 years old when she set out from Denver, Colorado in her brand new Honda CRX with the license plate that featured her childhood nickname, LIL MISS.
When female college students started turning up dead in Santa Cruz in 1972, local police had no leads and no reason to suspect their friend Ed might be behind the grisly killings.
In 1996, a Texas apartment complex was home to two brutal killings, that would lead police on the hunt for the infamous Bathtub Killer.
Five days before Christmas in 1984, 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews went missing from her Colorado home.
In this week’s episode, we give you our take on the case of Chris Watts who murdered his wife Shanann and their two young daughters.
In September of 2000, Zachary Bernhardt went missing from his mother’s bed while she was out for a brief walk.
19-year-old Kenia Monge went missing in downtown Denver on April 1, 2011. When Kenia’s step dad finds an eerie text message from a stranger on her phone, it leads him and police right to her killer.
On February 13th, 2016, Abby Williams and Libby German went for a hike near the Monon High Bridge. After Libby posted a Snapchat photo of Abby at 2:07 pm, the girls were never seen alive again.