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Here are just some of the stories we’re investigating:
Missing Georgia Teacher: Tara Grinstead's family and community were shocked when recent headlines suggested that the search for Tara had been called off. Nothing could be farther from the truth. We’ll talk to Grinstead's sister, Anita Gattis, about new leads in the search for the former Georgia beauty queen.
Missing Wisconsin Photographer: Are the bones, teeth, and blood found during a search for a missing freelance photographer all signs of a failed attempt to burn the body of Teresa Marie Halbach? The veteran sheriff who announced the discovery said the evidence reflects a crime that defies description. Mike Halbach joins the show with more on the search for his missing sister.
Faux Fire Fiend: We’ll tell you about the bizarre story of Peter Braunstein, a New York City man who is wanted for allegedly posing as a firefighter and sexually assaulting a woman for 12 hours. The Halloween attack has left city women jittery as police continue their search for the fake fireman. We’ll have an update.
Natalee Holloway Case: There’s new activity in the case of missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway. Aruba has agreed to send its chief investigator to the United States to answer questions about the case. Her parents, Beth Holloway Twitty and Dave Holloway, share their thoughts on the developments.
Crime Chronicles: It was one year ago that a jury sealed the fate of Scott Peterson, finding the 30-year-old-fertilizer salesman guilty of murdering his wife Laci and their unborn son. We’ll flashback to the case that grabbed headlines around the world and check in with Vernell Crittendon of California’s San Quentin State Prison to find out how Peterson is spending his days in jail.
Charlottesville Rapist: Since 1997, the Charlottesville, VA serial rapist has struck again and again. Each time he has managed to elude police and the FBI, who have been hunting this man for eight years. Are they any closer to catching this brutal predator? And what will it take to find justice for his victims? We’ll ask Charlottesville Mayor David Brown.
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