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MISSING: Natanalie “Naty” Perez
Natanalie Perez was chasing her dream of being a singer when she fell victim to a violent sex-trafficking ring in Florida and disappeared in June of 2012.
IDENTIFIED: Boulder Jane Doe
When a young woman’s body is found broken and nude in a remote area of Boulder Colorado in 1954, investigators go on a decades long journey to try and identify her.
PRECEDENT: Ernesto Miranda
In 1963 Ernesto Miranda was arrested for kidnapping, rape and armed robbery.
Everyone Needs a True Crime Friend
There are Crime Junkies far and wide and SURPRISE! Conan O’Brien is in fact a Crime Junkie.
MURDERED: Phylicia Simone Barnes – Part 2
When 16-year-old Phylicia Simone Barnes is found dead in a river 40 miles from where she was staying, her family suspects one man is responsible. But bringing him to justice is far more difficult than anyone could have expected.
MURDERED: Phylicia Simone Barnes – Part 1
When 16-year-old Phylicia Simone Barnes goes missing while visiting her half-sister in Baltimore, the whole community comes together to search. But what started as a missing persons investigation that consumed the city of Baltimore quickly turns into something far more sinister.
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