Kerri Rawson, author and daughter of the infamous "BTK" serial killer, Dennis Rader, shares details from her childhood with a serial killer father, the impact the revelation had on her life, and how she learned to overcome the traumatic discovery.
On April 29th, 2023, 29-year-old Lauren Heike was killed in broad daylight while hiking on a community trail in Phoenix, Arizona. CEO of Girls Fight Back Nicole Snell shares key self-defense strategies so people can live without fear.
On the night of July 8th, 2006, Yolanda Silvera was carjacked, sexually assaulted, and shot by New Jersey serial killer Noah Cuebas. Retired East Orange Detective Joseph Juliano and Yolanda Silvera share discuss her remarkable recovery.
Sonny Franzese was one of the most formidable mobsters in America, he rose through the ranks of the Colombo Crime Family, ultimately earning the title of "underboss." Former Colombo Caporegime Michael Franzese shares the details why he ultimately chose to walk away from the life of crime.
In October 2002, a series of sniper attacks terrorized residents of Washington D.C., and the surrounding area. Retired U.S. Marshal Bill Sorukas shares how he became involved in the Beltway Sniper case and how he was able to track down the shooters.
The art of Ken Perenyi is remarkable, but it's extremely difficult to detect which pieces are his. Ken describes his 34-year career of forgery and explains how he tricked some of the world's most famous art experts along the way.
Former Secret Service Special Agent and Liason to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Jeffrey James explains how the federal government is activated when a missing persons case occurs.
In 1999, four women are found dead in Yosemite National Park. Former FBI Agent Jeffrey Rinek was the lead investigator on the case and shares details from the investigation, as well as how he was able to obtain a confession from the killer himself.
Maura Murray has been missing for 19 years. Julie Murray, Maura's older sister, discusses the details of her sister's disappearance, her efforts to uncover more information, and the impact the case has had on her family.
On October 1st, 1993, 12-year-old Polly Klaas and two of her friends had planned a sleepover after school. It was a night filled with dancing, goofing off, and playing games, but it would soon take a turn for the worse.