Neighbors from Hell: Kimberlee Morton's nightmareCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Your worst experience with a bad neighbor might be frustration over a barking dog or a junked car parked on their lawn, but Kimberlee Morton's "neighbor from hell" raped her. Nancy Grace looks at Kimberlee's and other neighbor horrors in this Crime Stories episode. She is joined by Kimberlee Morton, who is now victims' advocate, Bob Borzotta, who chronicles such stories in his book "Neighbors From Hell," New York psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum, and reporter Robyn Walensky.
Did daughter murder mom at 5-star resort? Then stuff mom in bloody baggage? Bizarre twist!Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Heather Mack , 21, and boyfriend Tommy Schaefer, 23, murdered her mother and stuffed Sheila von Wiese-Mack, 62, into a suitcase. The couple is now serving ten and 18-year sentences, respectively. Heather is now fighting for custody of the baby she gave birth to while in prison. Nancy Grace digs into the bizarre killing with Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum, psychologist Caryn Stark, reporter Paul Chambers.
Sinister Golden State serial killer walks among us, female victim who survived tells storyCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The Golden State Killer is a burglar, rapist serial killer who has terrorized California for decades starting in the 1970s. One man is believed to have committed as many as 50 sexual assaults and over 10 murders. Nancy Grace explores the case with Jane Carson-Sandler, the 5th victim and author of "Frozen in Fear: A True Story of Surviving the Shadows of Death," Michelle Cruz, sister of a murder victim, Billy Jenson, an investigative journalist who completed the raw chapters of victim Michelle McNamara’s “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” Paul Haynes, a researcher on McNamara’s book, and Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum.
Twin girls Dannette and Jeanette vanish from AugustaCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The disappearance of twin sisters Dannette and Jeannette Millbrooks from their Augusta, Georgia, neighborhood on March 18, 1990, remains a mystery, but their sister is not giving up in the search for answers. Shanta Sturgis shares with Nancy Grace her family's frustration with the lack of investigation and attention to their case. There is renewed hope as podcasters have taken up the story, helping to raise reward money and publicity that could prompt witnesses to come forward. Laurah Norton and Brooke Hargrove, hosts of the "Fall Line" podcast join this discussion, along with "UnResolved" podcast host Michael Whelan.
Jails to open the doors, let bad guys walk free under shocking new lawsCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A criminal defendant's right to be freed from jail on bond while awaiting trial is guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights. The 8th amendment says a judge can't impose "excessive bail." But a national effort to reform bail laws is raising concern that dangerous inmates are being let out of jail where they can commit other crimes. Nancy Grace looks at the controversy with Beth Chapman, matriarch of the bounty-hunting Chapman family on the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" show and president of National Bail Bonds Association. Also in this discussion is Colorado bondsman Bobby Brown, and victims' rights advocate Marc Klaas.
Natalie Finn parents brought to justice for starving, torturing, killing teen daughterCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Natalie Finn weighed just 81 pounds when she died of cardiac arrest in October 2016. The 16-year-old and her two adopted siblings were locked in a small room in a Des Moines home while they were subjected to unimaginable torture and neglect. Nancy Grace explores the case against their parents who starved the teen daughter to death. She is joined by forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, juvenile Judge Ashley Willcott, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, and reporter John Lemley.
Three beautiful woman make horrific false accusations and get bustedCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
When a woman accuses a man of rape, there are serious consequences for the alleged rapist even before the investigation is completed. But when the investigation reveals the accusations are false, there can be serious consequences for the woman. Nancy Grace explores several cases in which women are prosecuted for falsifying evidence and lying about sexual assaults. Her experts include defense lawyer Troy Slaten, child advocate Ashley Willcott, psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, prosecutor Wendy Patrick, and Heavy.com reporter Jennifer Dzikowski.
Woman murders three separate infants for 'constantly crying,' & Missouri Governor sex scandal a crime?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A woman who confessed to killing 3 babies, including her own son, 3 decades ago blames the babies for crying too much. Nancy Moronez told detectives she "can't take kids that constantly cry." Medical examiners concluded in the 1980s that the two boys and a girl died from SIDS, but the cases were reopened after the daughter of Moronez told police that her mother confessed to her. Nancy Grace looks at this case with psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and reporter Scott Kimbler. Missouri's governor faces a possible impeachment trial amid accusations by a woman that he tried to blackmail her with nude photos after they engaged in an extra-marital affair. Grace debates the case with lawyer Troy Slaten, psychologist Caryn Stark, & reporter Pamela Furr,
Mom disappears on country road, 2-year old tot girl found strapped in car seat left behindCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Traci Pittman Kegley mysteriously vanished in 20 years ago, leaving her 2-year-old daughter alone in her car on a rural Alabama road. Her disappearance has been a cold case for years, but not investigators believe they could be close to finding the mother's remains. They reportedly have suspects on their radar. Nancy Grace explores the Kegley case with forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders, and WSFA 12 News reporter Jennifer Horton.
'Hot' teacher charged in illicit relationship with middle school boy & Mom to tot killer: 'You're evil!'Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Florida middle school teacher Stephanie Peterson Ferri allegedly carried on an illicit relationship with a 14-year-old male student, sending him nude photos and giving him marijuana. Nancy Grace looks at what the 26-year-old woman is accused of doing. Nancy is joined by defense lawyer Robin Ficker, analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall, Atlanta Juvenile Judge Ashley Willcott, & reporter Jennifer Dzikowski. The mother of 2 children who died at the hands of their nanny ended her testimony at the accused killer's trial by yelling “You’re evil and you love this!” Nancy discusses the trial of Yoselyn Ortega with reporter John Lemley and forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan.
3-year-old tot girl body found in creek, just obtained 9-1-1 call, and sorority girl found dead, new chargeCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Earl Kimrey could face the death penalty if convicted of murdering little Mariah Woods. Prosecutors plan to pursue capital punishment against the North Carolina man. Nancy Grace stays on the case with lawyer Troy Slaten, psychologist Caryn Stark, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, & Jacksonville Daily News reporter Mike McHugh. The opioid epidemic has hit South Carolina hard, but the state is fighting back by going after people who supply drugs that result in deaths. Nancy looks at the case against Anthony “A.J.” Hunt who allegedly gave a University of South Carolina coed the drugs that killed her. She is joined by Dr. William Morrone, forensics expert George Schiro, and reporter Larry Meagher.
Tv star Heather Locklear arrested; where is missing doctor?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The disappearance of a disease researcher at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control has spurred many theories. Dr. Timothy Cunningham left his keys, car and wallet behind in his Atlanta home. Nancy Grace explores the case with medical examiner Dr. William Morrone, forensics expert George Schiro, and WSB Radio reporter Robyn Walensky. Grace also looks at the latest troubles for actress Heather Locklear. who faces a felony domestic violence charge in the wake of a fight with her boyfriend. Los Angeles defense lawyer Troy Slaten, New York psychologist Caryn Stark, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk join the discussion.
'Dentist to the Stars' strangles mom dead? Serial killer copycats Stephen King horror story?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Instead of working on celebrity smiles, Los Angeles dentist Daniel Yocobi is sitting in jail on a charge of murdering his wealthy mom for her insurance money. Nancy Grace explores the murder of Violet Yocobi, the grandmother found strangled to death in her Beverly Hills mansion. forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, defense lawyer Troy Slaten, forensics expert Karen Smith, and reporter Pamela Furr join Grace. Bruce McArthur was known by his landscaping clients as a thoughtful man, but investigators say he killed at least 6 men and hid body parts in planters scattered across Toronto. It's a case compared to a Stephen King mystery. Nancy Grace digs into it with lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, death scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, medical examiner Dr. William Morrone, and reporter John Lemley.
Nashville Mayor's cemetery sex romps with police bodyguard trigger criminal probeCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry admits she had an extramarital affair with her police bodyguard, but investigators want to know if taxpayers picked up the tab for some of her romantic adventures. Nancy Grace looks at the scandal with private investigator and former Nashville police officer Vincent Hill, psychologist & lawyer Dr. Brian Russell -- host of Investigation Discovery's "Fatal Vows" series, Chicago defense lawyer Joel Brodsky, and reporter Pamela Furr.
Major break in case of double life soccer mom murderCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Kathleen West, known as "Kitty Kat" by men who subscribed to her sex website, was killed when her husband busted her skull with a liquor bottle, according to court documents. Nancy Grace updates the case of the Alabama soccer mom's murder with death scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, defense lawyer Troy Slaten & RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk. Morgan, prosecutor Wendy Patrick & forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman join Nancy to discuss the mystery of infant twins found dead in a suitcase in Arkansas.
Model wife tells hitman feed my hubby's ex to the wood-chipper, prosecutors sayCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Tara Lambert hated her husband's ex-wife so much that she allegedly wanted her murdered and ground up by a wood-chipper. The former model was found guilty in 2016 of trying to hire a hit man to do the deadly deed. That conviction was overturned because of a paperwork mistake, but Lambert is facing a second trial. Nancy Grace goes over the case defense lawyer Joel Brodsky, forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Caryn Stark, and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk.
Desperate search for Wichita 5-year-old boy LucasCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Emily Glass tells police she awoke from a nap and realized her 5-year-old stepson was missing from their Wichita, Kansas, home, but the 26-year-old woman waited hours before calling 911 for help. Nancy Grace takes up the case of missing Lucas Hernandez in this episode. She is joined by California prosecutor Wendy Patrick, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and reporter Chuck Roberts.
Tots looked like 'concentration camp survivors,' ate paint off wallsCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
3 children rescued from a Pennsylvania home were so emaciated they looked like concentration camp survivors, a prosecutor said. Joshua and Brandi Weyant admitted to starving the 4, 5, and 6 year olds to the point that they were eating paint chips. Nancy Grace digs into this case with Juvenile Judge Ashley Willcott, forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders, and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk. Grace is also joined by school law attorney Andrea Tytell and reporter John Lemley to discuss the latest in the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.
Shocking new theory behind Vegas shooter killing spreeCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Months after gunfire rained down on thousands of Las Vegas concert goers, killing 58 people and wounding more than 800 others, many questions remain. Nancy Grace visits the scene in a search for answers. Did Stephen Paddock act alone? What was his motive for the massacre? Grace's guests in this episode including lawyer and shooting survivor Brian Claypool, medical examiner Dr. William Morrone, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, and reporter John Lemley.
'Walmart monster' convicted sex predator kidnaps, assaults 8-yr-old girl from popular superstoreCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The same Florida jury that quickly decided Donald Smith was guilty of kidnapping, murdering and raping 8-year-old Cherish Perrywinkle must now decide if the convicted predator will get the death penalty for his crimes. Nancy Grace looks at the case against Smith with guests including victims' advocate Marc Klaas, crime scene investigator Sheryl McCollum, child welfare law expert Ashley Willcott, syndicated radio host David Mack, and forensics expert Karen Smith.