Strange things have happened to the men in Catherine Shelton's life. Himself - Pastor, Briarwood Church. The show also occasionally gives tribute to events that have shaped America, for better or for worse. The program airs Saturdays at 10:00 p. This format does not utilize a narrator; instead the stories are recounted entirely by the victims and those who know the victims of crimes; some episodes also focus on other life-threatening situations, but are recounted in the same manner.
His wife said he probably killed himself, but she was arrested for murder. But, as Correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports, almost everything about this boy's life and death was still a mystery. Himself - Douglas County's Chief Deputy. Should they have been tried as adults in the first place? The last time America saw actor Robert Blake, he was locked up in the L. Herself - Deputy District Attorney. Leslie Stahl, took over for Rather in the Fall of 2002 and continues with the program to present day.
While growing up on Long Island, N. Herself - District Attorney Chief Investigator. Himself - Kentucky State Police. A 15-year-old high school cheerleader named Patty Rebholz was brutally strangled and beaten to death. Himself - Criminal District Attorney,. On the way home, Dennis told Mary he needed to make a stop.
A Michael Jackson Conspiracy: In a new April 21, 2004, indictment against Michael Jackson, prosecutors charge the singer conspired to commit child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion to keep his alleged victim and his family quiet. Himself - Medical Examiner, San Diego County. The name was changed to 48 Hours Mystery in 2004, and with its single-topic format, does not use a single host, but is moderated by the reporter assigned to the story. Himself - Kelly Brennan's Friend. I wrote the producer and commeded the intriguing segment. For this reason, the show has prospered for over twenty years now with an even brighter future still ahead.
Himself - David's Defense Attorney. Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on how this seven-mile trip home from school ended in tragedy. Himself - Police Sergeant, DeWitt New York. Like the original documentary, the program originally focused on showing events occurring within a 48-hour time span; this format was eventually phased out by the early 1990s. Last winter, Correspondent Susan Spencer reported on this case from a small town that's become home to a large web of suspicion. Last year, Kayla made some drastic changes: a new haircut, a new school and even a new name.
Himself - Anita Smithey's Son. Herself - Human Rights Activist. Himself - Expert on Eyewitness Testimony. Himself - Bill McLaughlin's Brother. On September 17, 2011, 48 Hours began broadcasting in , making it the last prime time newsmagazine on U. Yet in the last three years, the Cold Case Squad has cracked almost 20 of them, a remarkable record.
Himself - L,A, County Sheriff's Detective. Himself - Human Rights Activist. A 15-year-old high school cheerleader named Patty Rebholz was brutally strangled and beaten to death. Himself - Detective, Huntington Beach Police Department. Himself - District Attorney, Onondaga County.
Whatever the subject covered, viewers tune in each week because they can count on the show to learn something new. Himself - Retired Homicide Detective. Correspondent Susan Spencer has the story of three of those young men - Robert Acosta, Alan Lewis and Dave Pettigrew - whose lives were torn by war and rescued from the battlefield. Other popular sources that are consulted on the show include attorneys, doctors, high-ranking officials, and family members who were close to the suspect or victim. Herself - Harris County Assistant District Attorney. For 12 years, Kathi Spiars gave her heart to a man she first knew as Steve Marcum.