Florida's Missing Jennifer Kesse showered and dressed for work, then vanishedCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Jennifer Kesse disappeared a decade ago and her family is still searching for answers about what happened to the 24-year-old Florida woman. Jennifer's family knew something was wrong when she did not show up for her job on the morning of Tuesday, January 24, 2006. Nancy Grace digs into the mystery with Jennifer's father Drew Kesse, her mom Joyce Kesse, Shaun Gurd -- whose podcast "Unconcluded" focuses on the case, and forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan. The Kesse family tells Grace why they are frustrated with the police investigation and investigator's refusal to cooperate with a private investigator they've hired to help.
Cold Case: Nadine O'Dell disappears on her way to babysitCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Nadine O'Dell was on her way to babysit her boyfriend's younger siblings when she was last seen walking down a Michigan street on August 16, 1974. Then just 16, Nadine would be 59 now. But her family and investigatolrs have not given up on solving this cold case. Nancy Grace looks at the case with forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, private investigator Vincent Hill, Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall, and Crime Stories investigative reporter John Lemley.
An old VHS tape offers new clues in Sylvia Salinas murderCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Sylvia Salinas was working behind the counter at her family's grocery store in Galveston, Texas, when she was fatally stabbed through the heart on Halloween day in 1989. The investigation of the 30-year-old's murder turned cold decades ago, but the work of a TV reporter and Salina's great niece has revealed new clues in an old videotape of the crime scene. Nancy Grace looks at the evidence and talks to that niece, Maria Baker, along with Sylvia's brother Derlis Salinas. She is also joined by Houston ABC13 reporter Courtney Fischer, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and Juvenile Judge & lawyer Ashley Willcott.
Evil Genius: Ted Bundy's decade of kidnapping, raping & killing across AmericaCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Ted Bundy, one of America's most notorious serial killers, was also a kidnapper, rapist, burglar, and necrophile who attacked dozens of young women and girls across the US in the 1970s. Bundy's killing spree was interrupted in 1977 when he was arrested for a Colorado murder, but he escaped while being transported to a court hearing. He was caught again in Florida in 1978, but only after a brutal raid on a Florida State University sorority house. Bundy confessed to 30 homicides, although it suspected his death toll was much higher. Bundy was executed by Florida in 1989. Grace's experts are serial killer historian Peter Vronksy, former SVU detective Steven Lampley, and Crime Stories co-host Alan Duke.
Evil Genius: 'Dating Game' killer Rodney AlcalaCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Even as Rodney Alcala was becoming one of California's most notorious serial killers, he was a winner of a 1978 episode of TV's "The Dating Game." Alcala posed as a professional fashion photographer in Los Angeles to lure his female victims to their deaths. He now sits on death row for 5 torture murders in California and he also admitted to killing another 2 women in New York. The actual number of his victims may never be known. Nancy Grace explores the Alcala's killings with criminal profiler Pat Brown, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall, and Crime Stories contributing reporter John Lemley.
Evil Genius: Serial killer 'Son of Sam' to walk free?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The man who terrorized New York with a series of "Son of Sam" shootings insists he's a changed man and ready to be freed from prison. David Berkowitz killed 6 and wounded 7 others in 1976 and 1977, but he professes to have freed himself from Satan's control and to have found God. Nancy Grace looks at the case with private investigator Vincent Hill, New York psychologist Caryn Stark, and Los Angeles defense lawyer Troy Slaten in this 3rd installment of her Crime Stories "evil genius" series.
Evil Genius: Elliot Roger couldn't get a date, so he goes on deadly shooting rampage in revengeCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Elliot Roger grew up with privilege going with his director dad to red carpet movie premieres and meeting the rich and famous. But Roger never had a girlfriend. He thought if only he could win the lottery he would be rich enough to lure a woman to love him. When that didn't happen, he bought 2 guns and began planning revenge on the girls who shunned him. Roger killed 6 people and wounded 14 others before taking his own life in the community surroundingthe University of California at Santa Barbara. Nancy Grace explores the case with prosecutor Wendy Patrick, defense lawyer Troy Slaten, private investigator Vincent Hill, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, and Crime Stories co-host Alan Duke.
Evil Genius: The FBI agent who snares serial killer UNABOMBER reveals how he did itCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Ted Kaczynski was a math genius who admitted to building bombs he planted or mailed to targets around the US that killed 3 people and wounded 23 between 1978 and 1995. Dubbed the UNABOMBER by the FBI -- and acronym for "Universities and Airlines Bomber, Kaczynski constructed his deadly devices in a primitive cabin in a remote area of Montana. Guests include retired FBI agent Jim Fitzgerald, who was key in the arrest and conviction of Kaczynski. Also forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, and Crime Stories' co-host Alan Duke.
Jodi Arias argues Nancy Grace stole her fair trial! What does Nancy say?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The appeal arguments that Jodi Arias wanted to keep secret are out -- and now we know why Arias didn't want Nancy Grace to see them. She accuses our favorite prosecutor host of costing her a fair trial because of her coverage of the case. Grace disagrees, as do her guests: lawyer Ashley Willcott, lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, psychologist Caryn Stark and RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk. Next, Grace looks at Julie Schenecker's arguments for a new trial. The Florida mom was convicted to killing her 2 children because they were "mouthing off." Prosecutor Kenya Johnson, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and WFLA-TV reporter Meredyth Censullo join the discussion.
Dad dead after evil sniper targeting innocent campers? Infant found at trash site with umbilical cord still attachedCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A California campground used as the production location for M*A*S*H is now a crime scene. Nancy Grace looks at the fatal shooting of a father camping with his kids at the Malibu park. Her experts include family lawyer Kathleen Murphy, private investigator Vincent Hill, body language expert Susan Constantine, juvenile judge Ashley Willcott, & CrimeOnline.com reporter Leigh Egan. Medical examiner Dr. Michelle DuPre joins Grace to examine the case of a newborn baby found abandoned near a dumpster. Nancy also updates the case of 10-year-old Anthony Avalos, who was allegedly murdered by his parents after he indicated he liked boys. Prosecutor Kenya Johnson, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Caryn Stark, and reporter Robyn Walensky take part.
Mom fears worst for missing soldier & HEAR a special 4th of July songCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Army investigators consider Trevor Nichols to be AWOL, but his mother suspects the young soldier and father of a 2-year-old son was perhaps murdered. Nichols disappeared in November 2017 when he was supposed to board a train for a 2-week leave. Erin Nichols shares her concerns about her son's disappearance with Nancy Grace. Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum, lawyer and& psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, and CrimeOnline.com reporter Leigh Egan join the discussion. Nancy shares thoughts on this 4th of July with singer-songwriter Barry Michael, whose new song "I Stand" is a ballad about why he stands for the national anthem.
HEAR 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez 911 call; New Thriller 'Last Time I Lied,' Riley SagerCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Investigators refer to 911 call recordings as a "Christmas tree" because of the many clues it gives them. Nancy Grace unwraps gifts delivered in the call Emily Glass made to report her stepson Lucas Hernandez was missing from their Wichita home in February and the call Jonathan Hernandez made after he found Glass shot to dead in the same house. Helping with the unwrapping are language expert Susan Constantine, Atlanta juvenile judge Ashley Willcott, and private investigator Vincent Hill. CrimeOnline.com reporter Leigh Egan updates the condition of Jonathan Hernandez who fell critically ill after his son's memorial service. "Final Girls" author Riley Sager visits to talk about his newest novel "The Last Time I Lied."
Sex predator lures 7th grade girl online to her deathCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
7th-grader Nicole Lovell's killer will spend at least the next 50 years in prison and an alleged accomplice in the murder faces trial in September. Nancy Grace looks at the case against former Virginia Tech student David Eisenhauer, who has been convicted of fatally stabbing the 13-year-old girl because he feared she would expose their secret relationship. North Carolina family lawyer Kathleen Murphy, private investigator Vincent Hill, Susan Constantine -- an expert is telling if a person is lying, Atlanta juvenile judge & lawyer Ashley Willcott, and CrimeOnline.com reporter Jennifer Dzikowski make up Grace's panel of experts.
Autopsies & 911 calls bring new clues in Lucas Hernandez mysteryCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The autopsy report on the remains of Lucas Hernandez suggests we may never know what happened to the 5-year-old Kansas boy, but pathology expert Dr. William Morrone sees a major clue in a chemical detected in his liver. Morrone shares his observations about the autopsies on Lucas and his step mother Emily Glass with Nancy Grace. We also hear the 911 call Glass made to report the child was missing from his Wichita home last February and the recent 911 call his dad made after finding Glass shot dead in the same home. Also offering insight about the new clues in this tragic mystery are forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Atlanta prosecutor Kenya Johnson, New York psychologist Caryn Stark, and Atlanta juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott.
Hungry cops turned away by Burger King? Inside Heather Locklear's meltdownCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The drive-thru crew at Louisiana Burger King allegedly refused to take a fast food order from two police officers. Nancy Grace digs into the controversy with Assumption Parish Sheriff’s spokesman Lonny Cavalier. They are joined by private investigator & former Nashville police officer Vincent Hill and lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell -- host of Investigation Discovery's "Fatal Vows" series. Grace also looks at "Melrose Place" actress Heather Locklear's alcohol-fueled meltdown with alcohol rehab advocate Michael Lohan & RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk.
Houston mom disappears after dropping toddler at babysitter - Help us find MariaCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A massive search is underway for a missing Houston mom who disappeared after dropping off her 3-year-old at a babysitter. Police found the truck Maria Jimenez-Rodriguez was driving, but there are few clues about what happened to the paralegal. Nancy Grace talks to Maria's sister Gloria Jimenez and TexasEquuSearch leader Tim Miller about the case. Forensics expert Karen Smith, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, Criminal defense lawyer Jason Oshins, and reporter Leigh Egan join the discussion.
Road rage attack leaves 13-year-old son dead at dentist office, cheerleader charged in infant’s murder walks freeCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A man allegedly followed a family a road rage incident on a Denver street and opened fire on the mom, and her 3 children. One boy died, his brother and mother were seriously wounded, and a man was shot. Nancy Grace explores this attack with criminal defense lawyer Mickey Sherman, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, & psychologist Caryn Stark. Reporter John Lemley updates Grace on Lois Riess, the woman accused of killer her husband and a woman in a cross-country crime spree. Nancy looks at why neighbors of Skylar Richardson are upset about seeing the former high school cheerleader running around their Ohio community despite facing trial for the murder of her newborn child. The teen was released from house arrest.
Bill Cosby fires lawyers as sex assault sentencing nears & the Tony Drumwright cold caseCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Bill Cosby fired the legal team that unsuccessfully defended him in the recent trial where he was convicted of sexual assault. The comedian hopes news lawyer will convince the judge to let him stay in his home -- and not jail -- after he is sentenced and while he appeals the conviction. Nancy Grace looks at the case with private investigator Vincent Hill and psychologist Caryn Stark. Then Grace explores the cold case mystery of the 1999 shooting death of Tony Drumwright. The victim's mother Becky Drumwright and FOX 17 reporter Dennis Ferrier join Grace for this segment.
Lucas Hernandez mystery: Shocking details emerge, 'stepmom' Emily Glass found dead in PJs in sunroom with AR-15 gunshot wound to headCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The father of Lucas Hernandez reveals what happened the night stepmom Emily Glass died of a gunshot to her head in the same Kansas, home where the 5-year-old is believed to have died 4 months earlier. Jonathan Hernandez talks exclusively to Nancy Grace about the apparent suicide of Glass who led a private investigator to the creek where she had hidden the child's body. The father tells about a suicide notef ound near Glass's body. Psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, criminal profiler Pat Brown, private Investigator Vincent Hill, and CrimeOnline reporter Leigh Egan join Grace.
Grieving father of child killed in school bus crash demands better protections for our kidsCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
When Jovanny Vargas said goodbye to his twin daughters as they left for a school field trip, it was the last time he would see 10-year-old Miranda. The elderly school bus driver missed an exit and attempted a u-turn on the busy NJ highway. A truck slammed into the bus. Miranda and teacher Jennifer Williamson died. The bus driver, 77-year-old Hudy Muldrow Sr., had a license at the time, but it had been suspended 14 times. Nancy Grace visits with the father who is campaigning for better school bus safety. They're joined by Det. Christine Mannina -- a former Indianapolis homicide detective who hosts the "Mannina Files" podcast, psychologist Caryn Stark, juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, and reporter Chuck Roberts.