Missing people & silent suspects - The cases of mom Joleen Cummings & little Owen Hidalgo-CameronCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A woman suspected in the disappearance of a Florida hair stylist sits in jail, refusing to share details -- if she knows them -- of what happened to Joleen Cummings. Kimberly Kessler was the last known person to see the mom of 3. Nancy Grace examines the latest evidence updates the search for Cummings with Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, and CrimeOnline.com reporter Leigh Egan. The search for 1-year-old Owen Hidalgo-Calerdon, missing since his mother was found dead in Upstate New York last month, has ended in frustration. The mother's ex-boyfriend admitted to burying Selena Hidalgo-Calderon, but he has not admitted to killing her. Reporter John Lemley joins Grace to update the case.
New evidence in tot mom Casey Anthony’s murder trial just revealedCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Saturday June 16, 2018, marks 10 years since little Caylee Anthony was last seen alive by anyone other than her mother Casey Anthony. It's a case that changed the lives of many people involved in the search for answers about what happened to the 2-year-old Florida girl, who was found dead nearly 2 months later. Leonard Padilla, the bounty hunter who bailed Casey Anthony out of jail before she was rearrested, and Tim Miller, whose Texas Equusearch group helped in the search, join Nancy Grace to relive those tragic summer days. Psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall, juvenile judge & lawyer Ashley Willcott, and RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk also take part in this discussion.
Woman visits gyno, gets slapped with $1 million lawsuit; Newborn twins bludgeoned dead, mom asks 'There were 2?'Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
After Michelle Levine posted a negative Yelp review of her gynecologist, she found herself the target of a $1 million lawsuit. Do you have a right to call out you doctor when you think you were mistreated or over charged? Levine shares her story with Nancy Grace. They're joined by lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and CrimeOnline.com reporter Jennifer Dzikowski. Reporter John Lemley joins Nancy to update the story of a Florida woman accused of killing her newborns and then throwing one in the trash. Police body cam video reveals how Rachael Lynn Thomas first denied knowing she gave birth to two babies, but later acknowledged she knew she had twins.
Unsolved: Allison Foy vanishes from NC bar, gets brutally stabbed to deathCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Nearly a dozen years after Allison Foy was last seen alive leaving a Wilmington, North Carolina, bar and a decade after her skeletal remains were found a mile from that night club, her death is still a mystery. Foy, who was 34, asked a bar worker to call a taxi to take her home that July 2006 evening but there is a suspicion that the cab she stepped into was not the one that was called. Investigators concluded that Foy was stabbed 40 times and thrown into a ditch near where the remains of another woman was found dead. Nancy Grace explores this murder mystery with Foy's sister Lisa Valentino and Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum.
Florida hostage standoff claims lives of 4 children, new bizarre twist in murder of bride-to-be, Rachel DelTondoCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A 21-hour-long standoff between police and a man ended with 5 dead -- including 4 children -- and a police officer critically wounded in Orlando, Florida. Police say Gary Wayne Lindsey Jr barricaded himself in an apartment after his girlfriend reported him for domestic violence. Nancy Grace looks at the tragic case with private investigator Vincent Hill, psychologist Caryn Stark, and reporter John Lemley. The murder of a beautiful young teacher is a mystery with many twists, some involving police officials in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. BeaverCountian.com reporter John Paul Vranesevich and CrimeOnline reporter Ellen Killoran join Nancy to update the probe of the fatal ambush of Rachael DelTondo.
Tot boy Lucas Hernandez stepmother dead: Suicide or homicide?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The death of Lucas Hernandez's step mom has left many unanswered questions about the death of the 5-year-old Kansas boy. Why was Lucas's father the one who discovered Emily Glass fatally shot in the house where he no longer lived? What did Jonathan Hernandez know about Glass's physical abuse of little Lucas and about his death? Why did Lucas not get help from Kansas child protection workers? Nancy Grace searches for answers with a former Kansas social worker familiar with the case, psychologist Susan Constantine -- who specializes in detecting when people are lying, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Atlanta juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, and CrimeOnline reporter Leigh Egan.
Breaking: Lucas Hernandez's step mom shot to deathCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The tragic mystery of how little Lucas Hernandez died may never be resolved after the 5-year-old's stepmom Emily Glass is found shot to death in her Wichita, Kansas, home early Friday. Nancy Grace looks at latest in the case -- including the claim by Glass's friends that the boy was killed by witches in a sacrifice. Guests include body language expert psychologist Susan Constantine, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, lawyer Ashley Willcott, CrimeOnline reporter Leigh Egan and Crime Stories co-host Alan Duke.
Dr. Teresa Sievers' husband accused of getting best friend to kill Florida doctorCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Soon after Dr. Teresa Sievers returned to her Florida home early from a family trip, the mother of 2 girls was found beaten to death in her garage. Husband Mark Sievers, who was still out of town, allegedly arranged for his childhood friend Curtis Wayne Wright to murder his wife. Wright pleaded guilty to 2nd-degree murder is cooperating with prosecutors in Mark Sievers upcoming trial. Nancy Grace looks at this case with Southern California prosecutor Wendy Patrick, forensics expert Karen Smith, psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, telecommunications expert Ben Levitan, and reporter Bob Alexander.
Millionaire's girlfriend found hanged in series of intricate knots. Murder or suicide?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The mystery of how Rebecca Zahau was hanged off the balcony of her boyfriend's Southern California mansion was investigated by police and the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit -- but the truth is still evasive. Investigators initially concluded the 32-year-old killed herself days after her boyfriend's son suffered a fatal fall in the same home, but a jury recently decided the boyfriend's brother was legally responsible for her death. Nancy Grace digs into the case with famed forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht, who investigated it for the civil lawsuit and Zahau family lawyer Keith Greer, who won a $5 million judgment against Adam Shacknai, the man who called 911 to report finding Zahau dead. They are also joined by Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Dr. Carole Lieberman -- author of "Lions, Tigers & Terrorists, Oh My! How to protect your child in a time of terror," and Crime Stories contributing reporter Ninette Sosa.
Inside NXIVM: How a Hollywood star lured women into a sex cultCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
"Smallville" actress Allison Mack is free on $5 million bond for allegedly involvement in recruiting women for a sex cult that branded them with the initials of her and the cult leader. The former publicist of NXIVM Frank Parlato shares shocking insider details of how Mack and the group operated. Grace is joined by Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, New York psychologist Caryn Stark, and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk.
EXCLUSIVE: Lucas Hernandez Dad: "I don't understand" as stepmom walks free after she reveals tots bodyCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
The father of little Lucas Hernandez tells Nancy Grace he drove 11 hours from his job in New Mexico to Kansas, when he got the call that his 5-year-old son had disappeared from his bed in February. Jonathan Hernandez gives his first in depth interview about the discovery of his son's remains under a rural bridge after more than three months. Nancy's expert panel joining the interview include lawyer and psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, private investigator Vincent Hill, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Atlanta juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, and CrimeOnline reporter Leigh Egan.
Dead North: A serial killer serves up victim as BBQ?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
When Iron River, Michigan, police responded to a missing persons call, Chief Laura Frizzo had no idea it would start her on a years-long trail that would lead to a suspected serial killer. Kelly Cochran later told a detective she has murdered as many as 21 people, including two husbands. Frizzo, who lost her job as chief in a dispute with a city council member, is the host of an Investigative Discovery documentary about the case. Frizzo is Nancy Grace's guest in this episode, along with lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, host of Investigation Discovery's "Fatal Vision" series, forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and DailyMail.com's Sean Walsh.
Exclusive: Ride along as stepmom leads PI to little Lucas Hernandez bodyCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Emily Glass told police her stepson Lucas Hernandez mysteriously disappeared from his bed last February, but last week she led private investigator David Marshburn to the creek where she left the 5-year-old's body. Nancy Grace takes listeners along for the ride with Marshburn, sharing the audio he secretly recorded as he drove Glass down Kansas roads hoping she would take him to Lucas. Lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, Atlanta juvenile judge & lawyer Ashley Willcott, private investigator Vincent Hill, Missing Pieces Network founder Kim Martin, and co-host Alan Duke join the discussion.
Private eye lures stepmom to reveal location of tot boy Lucas Hernandez’s tiny bodyCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Private investigator David Marshburn found the remains of little Lucas Hernandez who had been missing from his Kansas home for four months by convincing Emily Glass to lead him to the rural bridge where she had hidden her stepson's body. Marshburn joins Nancy Grace for the first of two special Crime Stories episodes on the sad discovery. Also in this show are Kim Martin, whose Missing Pieces Network is helping his family find answers, Atlanta juvenile judge & lawyer Ashley Willcott, private investigator Vincent Hill, and CrimeOnline reporter Leigh Egan.
Young mom of 3 girls found dead on Princess CruiseCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Lawyers for a man accused of killing his wife during a cruise ship vacation argue in new court papers that it was not premeditated murder. Kenneth Manzanares is accused of killing his wife, Kristy, aboard the “Emerald Princess" last year. Nancy Grace looks at the case with prosecutor Wendy Patrick, defense lawyer Troy Slaten, private investigator Vincent Hill, and Chuck Roberts. Next, Nancy is joined by psychologist Dr. Pat Saunders, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and reporter John Lemley to dig into the murder charges against a man who allegedly drive his car into a restaurant to kill his daughter and daughter in law. Finally, Grace discusses the drug K2 that can turn users into zombies and worse. She consults addiction expert Dr. William Morrone.
Little league star on bike shot dead on way to convenience store; Who killed Chuckie Mauk?Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Three decades have passed since 13-year-old Chuckie Mauk was shot dead during a bike ride to a Georgia candy store. But the search for the killer has not ended. Nancy Grace visits with Chuckie's mom to discuss the case and the painful loss of her son in this episode.
Missing children heartbreak; Help us!Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
A prime mission for "Crime Stories" is to raise awareness of missing children cases with the hopes that someone somewhere knows something that could help find these precious boys and girls. This National Missing Children's Day episode focuses on several cases Nancy Grace has followed closely for years. Guests include victims' advocate Marc Klaas, Daphne Young of Childhelp, and Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum. We also include a sad update to the Lucas Hernandez case,. The 5-year-old Kansas boy was found dead Thursday. Forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Atlanta juvenile judge Ashley Willcott, and& co-host Alan Duke join Nancy.
Parents distraught as their teen Ebby Steppach found yards away from where car was found in 3 years ago!Crime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Ebby Steppach, who disappeared after a party has been found just yards away from where her car was found in a Little Rock, Arkansas, park in October 2015. Cold case detectives who found the the 18-year-old high school senior's remains are now searching for her killer. Nancy Grace talks to Ebby's mother Laurie Jernigan and Doc Washburn of Little Rock's NewsRadio 102.9 about the case. She is joined by forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Crime Stories co-host Alan Duke.
Jodi Arias thinks she's special; Kids die playing 'choking game'; New leads in murder of teacher Rachel DelTondoCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Jodi Arias is still trying to convince an appeals court to set aside her murder conviction in the death of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, but her lawyer wants the court filing to be kept secret. Nancy Grace updates the Arias case with her former defense lawyer Kirk Nurmi, lawyer Ashley Willcott, psycho analyst Dr Bethany Marshall, and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk. Grace also looks at a fatal fainting game spreading across the United States in which kids choke each other until they faint. Nancy & experts also update the probe into the murder of teacher Rachel DelTondo.
Cop's wife's cell phone searched for clues in fatal ambush of gorgeous teacher Rachel DelTondoCrime Stories with Nancy Grace add
Detectives have a long list of "persons of interest" in the fatal ambush attack on a gorgeous Pennsylvania school teacher. Rachel DelTondo was standing in her mom's driveway when she was gunned down on Mother's Day. Nancy Grace updates this complex mystery with lawyer and psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, Southern California prosecutor Wendy Patrick, Atlanta juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, and reporter Larry Meagher. Reporter John Lemley joins Grace to discuss an Oklahoma woman who allegedly tried to kill her daughters, including one who was stabbed dozens of times. Taheerah Ahmad, 39, reportedly said she was angry over how the girls looked at her.