Pet owners warn: Be careful what you feed your dog! Is pet food killing them?· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Some big name pet food makers are under fire -- and legal assault -- from pet owners who believe tainted animal food is making their special friends sick and even killing them. Nancy Grace explores the dangers of not reading the labels and not being informed. Her guests include Laura Beveridge, a Georgia dog lover who believes her dog died after she gave it a store-bought treat, veterinarian Dr. Karen Becker, Rodney Habib of pet safety group Planet Paws, and consumer advocate Susan Thixton, creator of the Truth About Pet Food website.
Female Google software pro found dead, naked AND confessions of a womb-raider Killer· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Nancy Grace looks at the deaths of 2 young women in this episode. Nancy is joined by death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders, medical examiner Dr. William Morrone, reporter Drew Nelson and co-host Alan Duke. A cyclist found the naked body of Chuchu Ma, 23, floating in the San Francisco Bay last week, not long after her boyfriend reported the Google engineer missing. The autopsy report is still pending. A North Dakota woman admitted in court this week that she kidnapped and killed Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind so she could steal the pregnant woman's baby from her womb. Grace and experts look at the case.
Exclusive: Husband is 'done talking' about Missy Bevers' murder· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Although Brandon Bevers has been subjected on social media to accusations that he was somehow connected to his wife Missy Bevers' death, investigators said they accept his alibi. His wife was beaten to death with a hammer inside a Texas church as she was preparing for a sunrise fitness class. Security video shows the killer walking the church hallways carrying the murder weapon, but a makeshift police SWAT uniform and helmet hide the person's identity. The husband has been declining media interviews, but Bevers corresponded with Crime Stories through several emails. We shared the latest with lawyer and psychiatrist Dr. Brian Russell and cold case investigators Sheryl McCollum, who discuss what the husband is now saying.
Exclusive: Nancy Grace talks to lawyer who filed sex assault lawsuits against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein & director Brian Singer· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Jeff Herman is a lawyer known for filing controversial sex assault lawsuits. His latest include two lawsuits against Hollywood super-producer Harvey Weinstein and another against X-Men director Brian Singer. Herman discusses these cases with Nancy Grace in this Crime Stories episode. Grace also questions Herman about a rape accusation filed against him two decades ago that is only now surfacing. Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall and RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk join Grace and Herman in this episode.
Tot mom Casey Anthony launches legal battle after she’s acquitted in tot-daughters murder· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Casey Anthony is still fighting a lawsuit related to the death of her daughter almost a decade ago. Tot Mom wants a court to toss a defamation lawsuit filed by the meter reader who found Florida toddler Caylee Anthony's remains in a swampy area near Anthony's home. Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall and RadarOnline.com reporter Alexis Tereszcuk join Nancy Grace in this Crime Stories episode to discuss the latest in the Casey Anthony case.
Prosecutor: Dentist charged in toddler's death hired hit man to kill boy's mom· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Oklahoma dentist Bert Franklin's murder trial was delayed by new charges that he tried to arrange a hit on the woman whose child he is accused of murdering. A home surveillance video appears to show Franklin fatally slamming 19-month-old Lincoln Lewis's head into the ground. He had been in an extra-marital relationship with the child’s mom for a year when the death occurred. Nancy Grace looks at the case against Franklin with crime scene investigator Sheryl McCollum, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Caryn Stark, and reporter Bobbi Maxwell.
Mom charged with delaying son's medical care after suspicious injury; 10-year-old victim of 'bullycide'· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
A North Carolina woman alleged was so negligent in getting medical care for her son that he died. Deysi Yhuriko Martinez is jailed on a felony child neglect charge as prosecutors consider charges against another person relating to the injuries that went untreated. Nancy Grace digs into the death of 3-year-old Eric with child advocate Ashley Willcott, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Caryn Stark, and reporter John Lemley. Grace also looks at the death a 10-year-old Colorado girl who hanged herself after being bullied. Ashawnty Davis confronted a school bully weeks earlier in an incident caught on video. Her parents say her "bullycide" came after she was embarrassed by the posting of the video on a social platform.
Mariah Woods update: Investigators await autopsy report before filing more charges in toddler's death· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
North Carolina investigators are waiting for an autopsy report before deciding who, if anyone, will be charged with murder of little Mariah Woods. Her mom's boyfriend Earl Kimrey is already in jail on charges of dumping the toddler's body in a rural creek. Nancy Grace continues her focus on Mariah's story with lawyer and child advocate Ashley Willcott, investigator Vincent Hill, lawyer and psychologist Dr. Brian Russell -- host of Investigation Discovery's "Fatal Vows" -- and reporter Amanda Thames with Jacksonville's The Daily News.
Explosive documents detail 3-year-old Mariah Woods alleged sex abuse before tot found dead in creek, CLAIMS mommy knew· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Child Protection Service documents obtained by Crime Stories detail allegations of physical and sexual abuse against the man charged with dumping little Mariah Woods' body in a North Carolina swamp. Nancy Grace discusses this bombshell with lawyer/child advocate Ashley Willcott, psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, defense lawyer Troy Slaten, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, and reporter Alexis Tereszcuk. Mariah's mom's is jailed on charges including obstruction of justice and hiding a body of someone who died of unnatural causes. No one has yet been charged directly for the toddler's death.
Mom's boyfriend charged with dumping Mariah Woods in creek; Toddler's dad talks again to Nancy· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
A North Carolina judge set a $1 million bond for Earl Kimrey, the 32-year-old man charged with dumping little Mariah Woods' body in a swamp. Kimrey, who is Mariah's mom's live-in boyfriend, has not yet been charged with killing the 3-year-old. Mariah's father Alex Woods joins Nancy Grace in this Crime Stories episode the discuss the latest in this sad story. Grace's expert panel includes forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, investigator Vincent Hill, syndicated radio talk host Dave Mack, and child advocate lawyer Ashley Willcott.
Gorgeous young American cruise ship star found dead - investigation bungled?· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Jackie Kastrinelis, a 24-year-old Massachusetts woman, was found dead on the Seven Seas Voyager off Australia's coast in 2013. She was a singer on the cruise ship and was planning to make her move to the Broadway stage soon. Now her family is fighting police, who they think bungled her death probe, to reopen her case. Nancy Grace talks with parent Kathleen & Mike Kastrinelis in this Crime Stories episode. Nancy is also joined by Michele Barton, mother of Tanner Barton -- a college student who mysteriously died in Indiana, death scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, psychologist Caryn Stark, syndicated radio host David Mack, and CrimeOnline.com reporter Leigh Egan,
Missing Mariah's dad speaks again to Nancy; Who is Tampa's serial killer? Kim Kardashian helps child sex slave· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
The father of missing toddler Mariah Woods points a finger at his ex's boyfriend in an interview with Nancy Grace. Mariah disappeared from her North Carolina bedroom. Victims advocate Marc Klaas, criminal profiler Pat Brown, and psychologist Caryn Stark also join Grace to look at the case. WFLA-TV reporter Meredyth Censullo updates the case of the suspected Tampa serial killer. Howell Emanuel Donaldson III is charged with 4 shooting deaths. Forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan also joins the discussion. Grace, investigator Sheryl McCollum, psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders and reporter Alexis Tereszcuk look at how Kim Kardashian is helping a child sex trafficking victim sentenced to prison for the death of her alleged rapist.
SPECIAL: Dad of missing tot girl Mariah Woods breaks down, ‘Baby, come home. Daddy loves you!’ PLUS: Is the Tampa serial killer nightmare over?· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
A 24-year-old McDonald's worker is accused of being the Tampa serial killer. Police arrested Howell Emanuel Donaldson III after his boss told police he brought a handgun to work. Donaldson is charged with 4 shooting deaths in recent weeks. Nancy Grace updates the case in this episode. Nancy is also closing following the search for Mariah Kay Woods, a 3-year-old who disappeared from her North Carolina bedroom. Her father Alex Woods visits with Nancy with hopes it will help find his daughter. Victims advocate Marc Klaas, criminal profiler Pat Brown, & psychologist Caryn Stark, lawyer/psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, child advocate Ashley Willcott, RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk and NewsInOnslow.com's Gerald Jackson also join Grace.
Tensions mount in Tampa as killer lurks; Texas co-ed murder mystery; What's next for Charles Manson?· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
The reward for help in finding a serial killer lurking the streets of a Tampa, Florida, neighborhood is growing as police mounted on horses patrol the area in an effort to prevent a 5th killing. WFLA-TV reporter Meredyth Censullo updates Nancy Grace on the case. She is joined by crime scene investigator Sheryl McCollum,, Chicago psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk. Who killed a Texas college student, who police say was killed as she sat in her car at an empty north Texas parking on early Sunday? Grace and her panel discuss the case of 21-year-old Amanda Clairmont. Charles Manson's questionable soul has left his body, but there's controversy over what happens next for the cult leader's worldly remains. Nancy and friends discuss the possibilities.
'My Child Died': Opioid plague hits America· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
More Americans died from drug overdoses than guns or car crashes last year, with opioids blamed for most of the 64,070 deaths. A federal report estimates 2.4 million Americans have an "opioid-use disorder." Nancy Grace discusses the crisis with lawyer Mark Tate, who represents local governments suing drug companies for marketing practices they contend help fuel the epidemic, Dr. William Morrone, an opioid treatment expert, reporter Ninette Sosa, and Tim Ryan, a recovering heroin addict who is the star of A&E's "Dope Man" series.
Why Jeremy Guillory murder haunts us· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Who killed 6-year-old Jeremy Guillory in 1992 is not a mystery. Pedophile Ricky Langley is serving a life sentence in a Louisiana prison for strangling the child and hiding him in his closet. But the case still haunts many associated with it. Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich, whose book "The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir" explores the case, visits with Nancy Grace in this episode. Grace is also joined by forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, author of "Blood Beneath My Feet: The Journey of a Southern Death Investigator" and New York psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, creator of AnxietyTools.com.
Thanksgiving Murder Mystery: Natalie Woods was murdered, says Natalie’s Bond Girl sister Lana Woods· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Natalie Wood's death 36 years ago has been one of Hollywood’s biggest mysteries, but the Los Angeles Sheriff's department has restarted its investigation as new evidence came to light in recent years. It was ruled an accidental drowning soon after the actress’s body was found floating along a Catalina Island beach on November 29, 1981, but the death certificate was recently changed to “undetermined” base on the revelations in Marti Rulli’s book, Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour. Rulli, Natalie's sister Lana Wood and Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum join Nancy Grace for an in depth look at the case in this Crime Stories episode.
Cracking the case of missing & murdered schoolgirl Debbie Randall· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Debbie Lynn Randall was 3rd-grader when she was snatched off a Marietta, Georgia, street, then raped, killed, and thrown in a ditch not too far from her home. It’s been 45 years since her death, and the killer still remains elusive. Detective Morris Nix of the Cobb County Cold Case Unit, who wants nothing more than to find justice for a little girl, believes he can solve the case. Nix and CrimeOnline reporter Leigh Egan join Nancy Grace to discuss the latest in the investigation.
Desperate search for missing Kristin Smart· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Kristin Smart was a 19-year-old student at California Polytechnic State University when she disappeared on May 25, 1996, after attending a campus party. No one has ever been charged in her disappearance and she is still missing more than 20 years later. Kristin's parents Denise and Stan Smart have never given up in their search for answers. They discuss their daughter's case with Nancy Grace, victims advocate Marc Klass and forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan in this episode.
Charles Manson heads to hell! Youngest 'Family' member tells her story· Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Charles Manson's life prison sentence has ended. Diane Lake was just 14 when Manson lured her into his "family," making her the youngest member of the cult when it was busted in the wake of a series of mass murders. Lake, who wrote about her experiences in her book Member of the Family, shares her story with Nancy Grace in this episode. Major crimes investigator Karen Smith and Manson expert Alisa Statman, author of Restless Souls: The Sharon Tate Family's Account of Stardom, the Manson Murders, and a Crusade for Justice, also join the discussion.