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On the eve of her wedding, friends and family of Jennifer Wilbanks (search) are coming together — not to celebrate but to find the missing Georgia bride-to-be. We'll be joined by five of Jennifer's bridesmaids: Lindey Satterfield, Jamie Bowen, Joy Saye, Wendy Celghorn and Marlene Robinson.
We'll get the latest on the investigation from Duluth Police Chief Randy Belcher.
Plus, we'll examine the physical evidence with forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden and Mark Fuhrman, former Los Angeles Police Department detective.
And, it's an "On the Record" exclusive: Greta sits down with Jennifer's father, Harris Wilbanks.
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