Unsolved Mysteries - Episode Guide

The following summaries come from TV Guide as they originally aired. It is now complete. It should not be considered 100% accurate, however, as sometimes what actually aired was different from what TV Guide listed. Also, many times only 2 or 3 of the 4 segments were listed. Please contact me with any additional information, related links, or corrections. If anyone would like to contribute longer summaries, please submit them. Thanks to boeschner for his help in compiling this original episode guide.

Unsolved Mysteries has solved nearly 300 cases (out of around 1200). The show has been responsible for 93 reunions and approximately 40% of the fugitives profiled on the series since its premiere have been apprehended.

Expanded Episode Guides

These episode guides have additional details, corrections and updates.

crystaldawn's Expanded Episode Guide / joshypiano's Case List/Updates / More Case Updates / Unsolved Mysteries Wiki / TV.com


Unsolved Mysteries Specials

Unsolved Mysteries began with a single special on the night of January 20, 1987 hosted by Raymond Burr.

The special was so successful that six more were produced during 1987 and early 1988, the first two hosted by Karl Malden and the rest by Robert Stack.


Special #1
January 20, 1987

Synopsis: Raymond Burr looks at four real-life mysteries; a Wyoming man found dead under mysterious circumstances three years after he disappeared from home; a 72-year-old Detroit woman who claimed to be the Siamese twin of a member of the Dodge auto family, separated at birth and put up for adoption, and now heir to the family fortune; the professional murder of a Tulsa executive at his country club; and two especially dangerous bank robbers who were then at large. (Repeated August 9, 1987)

Donald Kemp’s van was found idling in the middle of an intersection, belongings strewn on the ground but he was missing. His body was found 3 years later just a few miles from where his van had been left. Supposed sightings of him as well as phone calls he allegedly made after police thought he was dead make his family think he met with foul play. Roger Wheeler, Sr., President of World Jailai, was gunned down in the parking lot of his Tulsa country club. Brian Halloran was also executed soon after he claimed he turned down the contract on Wheeler. John Callahan, former President of World Jailai was also gunned down. Police think all 3 murders are connected. Pat Mealbach found out she was adopted and learned some information that leads her to believe she is the daughter of Dodge heir, John Dodge. Terry Lee Conner & Joseph Daugherty escaped from prison and then robbed a bank and to! ok the bank president, Ray Deering, and his family at gunpoint before escaping. Update – they’ve been captured. More wanted fugitives shown from FBI 10 Most Wanted List.


Special #2
May 25, 1987

Synopsis: Karl Malden hosts a second anthology of dramatizations of actual events, including the disappearance of a 26-year old woman who left a trail of conflicting clues; an 18-year old amnesia victim unchanged by her return to home and family; women who drug and rob their well-to-do "dates"; and three women who vanished on separate occasions spanning 18 years, after dining with the same man. (Repeated December 30, 1987)

Wanda Jean Mays disappeared a year earlier from her aunt & uncle’s home in the middle of the night. Her bloody nightgown was found on a nearby boat dock. Did she suffer from another anxiety attack and flee or meet with foul play? John Burns killed his girlfriend, Eleanor Farver, and then disappeared. Police discovered that John Burns is an alias. Who and where is he? Kyra Cook, 18, was found dazed and disoriented in a park. She now has total amnesia even after being reunited with her family and has no idea what caused it. Young attractive women are drugging their dates with animal tranquilizer in order to rob them. Several women are shown who are wanted for these crimes. Three women, Cynthia Debore, Carol Ann Riley and Patricia Weeks all disappeared in a span of 18 years after dining with the same man, Robert Weeks. He has disappeared and police are looking for him.


Special #3
September 24, 1987

Synopsis: Karl Malden hosts a program examining the real-life mysteries of a flight engineer, wanted on bigamy charges, who was reported missing by four of his wives ; a Florida man imprisoned for murder, who claims he's innocent; a serial bomber who has detonated devices in computer businesses and at universities (later identified as the Unabomber); and a fortune left by an elderly laborer who died in a Kansas City, Mo., nursing home. (Repeated April 25, 1988)

An unknown man (later nicknamed the Unabomber) has planted 12 bombs at various places over the last 9 years killing one and injuring several. Police are searching for him. Updates from #2 Special – John Burns real name is Wilfred Cashman and he’s an escaped convict. Has been captured. Also Robert Weeks is now in custody. Jack Lutter is missing. Police has discovered he has several wives and girlfriends and at least 15 children. Final Appeal – Glen Consagra is serving two life sentences for killing his two friends. He claims he is innocent. George Marsh, a retired laborer, died in a KC nursing home in 1982. He left an unclaimed fortune of $175,000. Searching for his heirs.


Special #4
November 29, 1987

Synopsis: Robert Stack hosts this fourth edition of the program that uses interviews with witnesses and reenactments to examine real-life mysteries. Included the suspicious death of a woman whose husband collected $325,000 in insurance before he disappeared; the disappearance of a woman who suffered from agoraphobia; the unexplained circumstances surrounding a fatal car accident in Oklahoma; the discovery of a human skull suspected to be that of a man who vanished with his wife on a Grand Canyon rafting trip in 1928. (Repeated December 28, 1988)


Special #5
February 5, 1988

Synopsis: Robert Stack examines the real-life mysteries involving the suspected teen-cult murder of a 17-year old in San Francisco; the FBI manhunt for a high-school fugitive wanted for kidnapping, robbery and murder; a man sentenced to life imprisonment, whose guilt has been challenged by five alibi witnesses; and the search for a newsstand owner's heirs.


Special #6
May 6, 1988

Synopsis: Host Robert Stack details unsolved crimes such as a Hagerstown, Md., case in which the psychic powers of a New Jersey woman are put to the test; and the case of an Iowa credit union employee who disappeared with more than $1 million in untraceable bills. Also a report on a bag of undelivered letters found in an attic and addressed to World War II servicemen; updates on previous reports.


Special #7
May 18, 1988

Synopsis: Segments on a Woonsocket, R.I., amnesiac who survived a brutal attack; a "Con Juan" who preys on women, stealing their hearts and life savings; a Wellsville, Pa., housewife suspected of aiding a convicted murderer in a prison escape; and treasure hunters who claim to have deciphered a code that may lead to $21 million in gold and silver buried by a miner in 1821.


Broadcast history:

Sep 1988-Sep 1994, NBC Wed 8:00-9:00
Sep 1994, NBC Sun 7:00-8:00
Oct 1994-Sep 1997, NBC Fri 8:00-9:00
Apr 1998-May 1998, CBS Fri 9:00-10:00
Jul 1998-Aug 1998, CBS Fri 9:00-10:00
Apr 1999-Aug 1999, CBS Fri 9:00-10:00
Jul 2001-Sep 2002, Lifetime Mon-Fri 8:00-9:00


1988-1989 (1st Season / NBC)


October 5, 1988

The occasional series begins a weekly run, focusing first on UFO sightings over Gulf Breeze, Fla.; a fugitive wanted for two murders, who escaped from a Tennessee prison more than 10 years ago; and a divorced mother from Maine who vanished while dating from the personals columns.


October 12, 1988

A recap of D.B. Cooper’s 1971 airline hijacking and extortion, and his subsequent disappearance after parachuting out of the plane over Washington State; new forensic evidence suggesting murder in the 1987 deaths of two teenage boys on a Bryant, Ark., railroad track; a story on missing memorabilia acquired by a Medford, Ore., sports collector, who died in Las Vegas in 1987; and an update on a previous report on a prison escapee.

Links: Wikipedia / Who2Profile: D.B. Cooper / D.B. Cooper: Did He Make It? / Super70s.com: D.B. Cooper

ID Files The Train Deaths (Don Henry and Kevin Ives)


October 26, 1988

This Halloween edition delves into the claim that the Queen Mary (which is docked in Long Beach) is haunted by a sailor’s ghost. Other segments examine the forces that drove a Horicon, Wis., family from it’s home; rumors about a haunted 18th-century inn in Merion, Pa.; apparitions that torment a Georgia couple whose home is located on a Civil War battle site.


November 2, 1988

Part 1 of two on the “Son of Sam” killings explores the theory that David Berkowitz may have been a suspected scapegoat in the 1970’s New York slayings. Also: the unclaimed inheritance of a Nebraska railroad man who died in 1978; and clues left behind in the 1985 shootings of a Waverly, Ga., couple.


November 9, 1988

Part 2 of a report on new evidence in the Son of Sam killings suggesting David Berkowitz’ involvement with a satanic murder cult; the search by a British woman, now 45, for her American military-officer father; the search for two men suspected of masterminding an insurance-fraud scheme; and the kidnapping of a wealthy Jackson, Miss., woman.


November 16, 1988

Reports on a 1986 San Quentin prison escapee who’s still at large; the murder of a 4-year old Philadelphia child; a Nebraska mother who disappeared at Christmastime 1987; and a Medford, Ore., businessman who vanished with investors’ money.


November 23, 1988

Cases involving the suspected murders of two priests, one in New Mexico and one in Montana; the good fortune experienced by the family of a Washington State youth, who found a peculiarly marked rock in the forest; the disappearance of a Los Angeles man after he used an automatic bank-teller machine; the death of a 17-year-old Ohio youth, who disappeared after attending a Halloween party.


November 30, 1988

Segments detail a U.S. airman’s claim of a frightening encounter with a UFO on Cape Cod in the 1960’s, and include a discussion of genetic experimentation said to involve non-Earthlings. Also: the search for suspects in the murder of an Arkansas telephone worker said to be a victim of witchcraft.


December 14, 1988

Reports on the deaths of three persons in a Nashville, Ind., house fire; a Carlsbad, Cal., teenager who was in a coma for three months following a motorcycle accident; and the killing of Pacific sea lions in Redondo Beach, Cal. Also: updates on previous reports on the 1978 murders of two Tennessee women; and a suspected Los Angeles bank robber.


December 21, 1988

Segments on a murdered Texas woman whose life insurance policy is the source of a family dispute; a Los Angeles man who vanished after withdrawing money from an automatic teller machine; a 70-year old Hungarian immigrant who's trying to locate a U.S. soldier who befriended him 40 years ago at a refugee camp in Austria.


January 4, 1989

Reports on the death of a California deejay in October 1988 and the disappearance of a Pennsylvania man on Valentine’s Day 1980. Also: an update on the case of an Oregon man who vanished with investors’ money. (See the episode that aired on November 16, 1988)


January, 11, 1989

Reports on the bizarre death of a California disc jockey in October 1988; the disappearance of a Pennsylvania man on Valentine’s Day 1980; and a Florida case in which people allegedly were conned out of their money. Also: an update on an Oregon case in which a businessman vanished with investors’ money.


January 18, 1989

Cases involve the disappearance of an Oregon teenager at a carnival; the search for a policeman’s killer in Virginia; the hunt for missing shrimpers in the Northwest. Also: an update on a World War II soldier who’s been reunited with an Austrian family he helped.


January 25, 1989

Segments on the unexplained deaths of wild horses in Nevada and the disappearance of a baby from a New York hospital.


February 1, 1989

Segments include the hunt for a former monk’s killers; markings on the surface of Mars; the search for the killers of a 16-year old who was abducted from a Las Vegas supermarket in 1987. Also: a review of evidence that suggests two Frenchmen flew across the Atlantic less than two weeks before Lindberg.


February 8, 1989

An expanded edition, featuring a visit to Alcatraz in San Francisco Bay to examine the puzzling 1962 escape of three inmates, and review the legends of renowned prisoners of “the Rock” such as Al Capone and the Birdman of Alcatraz. Also, the search for a California couple wanted, according to this report, for the attempted murder of a police officer. (90 minutes)


February 15, 1989

Segments: the Los Angeles manunt for the killers of race-car driver Mickey Thompson and his wife Trudy; the search for a bank robber who made off with $130,000; the brutal 1980 killing of a Maine teenager; and reports of a new Big Foot creature in Colorado.

Unexplained Death: Mickey Thompson (UPDATE)


February 22, 1989

Reports on two Los Angeles bank robberies in which tunnels were dug to steal the loot; “out of body” experiences; an emotional meeting between the son of a missing World War II Navy captain and the German U-boat commander who sank his ship.


March 1, 1989

Segments on the theory that lawman Pat Garrett never shot Billy the Kid, but killed the outlaw’s partner instead; the search for a Louisiana policeman who, according to this report was charged with rape and child molestation; the disappearance more than 10 years ago of five Hawaiian fisherman.


March 15, 1989

An investigation into the slaying of a young Montana woman; probe into the 1956 murder of a Louisiana man and his lover’s disappearance; the search for an Arizona gold mine. (Note: this episode was postponed from March 8, 1989)


March 22, 1989

(Repeat of the episode that aired on November 2, 1988)


March 29, 1989

(Repeat of the episode that aired on November 9, 1988)


April 5, 1989

Segments on the hunt for a man who, according to the show, disguised himself as a woman and bilked investors out of millions for an auto prototype; the seach for a Georgia convict; the murder of a Nevada woman; and the story of a former Florida nun who stands to lose her home and money after posting bond for her brother, who then jumped bail.


April 12, 1989

Included: segments on a California “witch doctor” who, according to this report, swindled people; a Florida bank robber who often drops his gun at the scene of the crime; the search for a Montana senior citizen’s killer; and the Arizona manhunt for an escaped convict.


April 19, 1989

(Repeat of the episode that aired on October 26, 1988)


April 26, 1989

Reports on a California mother’s search for the killers of her 20-year-old son; the fate of 34 merchant marines believed lost at sea during World War II; the unexplained death of a Texas woman; the apprehension of two Los Angeles seamen suspected of killing a sea lion.


May 3, 1989

A report on the 1980 Los Angeles murder of U.S. Secret Service agent Julie Y. Cross who was conducting surveillance on an alleged counterfeiting operation. Also the FBI's 18 year search for a Massachusetts coed charged with robbery and the killing of a bank guard; and new evidence about the flight of two French aviators who may have crossed the Atlantic before Charles Limbergh.


May 10, 1989

Reports on the 50-year search for a Native American gold mine in New Mexico; the hunt for a missing South Carolina teenager; and the search for a North Carolina doctor embroiled in a custody battle with his wife.


May 17, 1989

A new segment focuses on a New York family that, according to this report, bilked Medicaid out of millions of dollars. Also: an update on a Tennessee fugitive apprehended in Canada; and repeat segments including UFO sightings.


May 24, 1989

A report on the capture and arrest of an alleged swindler. Also: repeat stories on the search for a missing Nebraska mother; the dragnet for the killers of a Philidelphia child.


May 31, 1989

Included: updates on a Michigan man recently arrested in connection with the murder of his wife; and the apprehension of a California extortion-letter writer. Also: repeat segments on the search for the killers of an Ohio teenager; and puzzling tragedies involving two priests.


June 7, 1989

(Repeat of the episode that aired on November 30, 1988)


June 14, 1989

(Repeat episode that aired on December 14, 1988)


June 21, 1989

A report on the reunion of an American World War II veteran and a European refugee which resulted from a viewers tip. Also repeat segments on the slaughter of wild horses in Nevada; markings on the surface of Mars; and the search for the killers of a California teenager.


June 28, 1989

Included: a new report on the capture of an alleged Florida flimflam man. Also, repeat stories that aired on the episode from February 15, 1989.


July 5, 1989

Segments include a new report on the capture of an Iowa man charged with stealing from a credit union. Also, repeat stories that aired on the episode from February 22, 1989.


July 12, 1989

(Repeat episode that aired on March 1, 1989)


July 19, 1989

A segment on a New York man who, according to this report, escaped after being arrested for bigamy. Also, repeat segments on the search for a missing Wyoming woman; a reportedly haunted gold mine, and a Dutch miner who may have left behind an unclaimed fortune when he died.


July 26, 1989

New reports on the alleged abduction of a Mississippi millionaire and the capture of a Los Angeles man charged with art fraud. Also: repeat segments on a Georgia restaurant owner; the search for the kidnappers of a California girl; works of art stolen from museums.


August 2, 1989

(Repeat episode that aired on February 8, 1989)


August 9, 1989

(Repeat episode that aired on February 1, 1989)


August 16, 1989

A report on the Pennsylvania search for a child killer; an update on an April report about an Los Angeles man who reportedly swindled investors in a scheme to develop his futuristic Dale car; and a segment on homeless children in the early part of this century.


August 23, 1989

A segment on a California woman’s search for her birth mother. Also, repeat stories that aired on April 12, 1989.


August 30, 1989

(Repeat episode that aired on February 1, 1989)


September 6, 1989

Reports on the reunion of two abducted New Jersey children with their maternal mother; and the search for the strangler of a Washington mother and daughter.


September 13, 1989

A new report on the capture of two suspected fugitives. Also repeat segments on the 1930's New Mexico gold miner and his search for lost treasure; the 1987 murder of a Florida gun collector; one man's search for crewman of a U.S. Merchant Marine vessel believed to have been destroyed by the Germans in World War II.


1989-1990 (2nd Season / NBC)


September 20, 1989

A report on the alleged cover-up of a reported UFO crash landing opens the second season. Also: the story of a Vietnam veteran's 20-year search for a nurse who helped him rebuild his body and mind; and the hunt for the kidnappers of a boy and girl in New Mexico.

Links: Missing Persons - Tara Calico and Michael Henley, Jr.

Wikipedia / Tara Calico: Gone Without a Trace / Scary photo story


September 27, 1989

Segments on the murder of a Michigan real estate agent; the Florida search for a man believed to have swindled occupants of a nudist camp; and a statue of Jesus in Pennsylvania that is said to have moved.


October 11, 1989

Segments on the suspicious death of a Virginia woman; the search for five Hawaiian fisherman who reportedly vanished in the South Pacific; and the death threats received by a Missouri woman who cares for stray dogs.


October 18, 1989

Segments on the search for a Nebraska police chief sought in connection with a murder; the capture of a Georgia convict; an Arizona couple who posed as doctors reportedly to defraud unsuspecting patients; and a Massachusetts law-enforcement official who returned $28 million to it's rightful owners.


October 25, 1989

Segments include reports of ghostly lights in the sky above a small Texas town; the search for a Georgia woman sought in connection with discount-store robberies; and the murder of two teenagers in Washington State.


November 1, 1989

A segment on Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess focuses on reports that a double may have served his prison sentence. Also: a missing Montana woman thought to be suffering from amnesia after a car crash; and a Virginia search for the killers of a 24-year-old woman.


November 8, 1989

A former San Diego policeman who, according to this report, claims that fellow officers may have tried to kill him; the hunt for a Massachusetts fugitive; the sentencing of a Florida bail jumper whose capture was facilitated by a viewer; an Arkansas man who, according to this report, bilked investors out of 4 million.


November 15, 1989

Segments include the search for missing heirs of a Michigan hermit who left a $250,000 estate.


November 22, 1989

The 1970 death of boxing champ Sonny Liston is probed in a report that also examines theories that he may have been murdered. Other segments include the Texas search for kidnappers of a 19-year old woman and a California woman's quest to find her foster parents.


November 29, 1989

A segment on a Nazi death-camp survivor's 44-year search for the American soldier who gave him a miniature American flag; a report on the Maryland murder of a U.S. Army intelligence officer, who may have been killed by Soviet agents; the search in Arizona for a woman wanted for questioning in the death of her boyfriend; an update on the capture of a fugitive on the FBI's Most Wanted list.


December 6, 1989

Segments include a Glendale, Cal., case involving the suspected murder of a homeless man in a 1 million insurance fraud scheme; the search in Washington State for an escaped convict who was imprisoned for the murder of a 13-year old girl; a Los Angeles woman's search for her siblings, from whom she was separated when she was a child.


December 13, 1989

Included: the reported suicide of a 24-year old Virginia woman, who some believe was the victim of foul play; adult adoptees' searches for their natural parents; the FBI hunt for a Massachusetts man wanted, according to this report, in connection with the murder of a Pennsylvania police chief; the search for a New Mexico man, who bilked investors in a phony gold mine.


December 20, 1989

Segments include a 1930's case involving a baby left in a hatbox along an Arizona road on Christmas Eve; a Chicago physician who may be the wrong man serving a prison term for murdering his wife; a telephone Santa's 40-year search for his own child.


December 27, 1989

Repeat segments on a New Jersey woman whose psychic powers are tested; and 19th century miner credited with hiding 21 million in gold and silver. Also: an update on the capture of an Iowan wanted for embezzlement.


January 3, 1990

Reports on the disappearance of a young Ohio woman more than eight years ago; the search for a Florida woman wanted for questioning in a 2 million theft from her ailing husband; the manhunt for an alleged armed robber and killer on the FBI's Most Wanted list.


January 10, 1990

Repeat segments on the murder of a Michigan real-estate agent by two masked gunmen, and a story of religious faith in Pittsburgh involving a blinking statue of Christ. Also: an update on the Dale Car rip-off featuring the capture of an alleged swindler.


January 17, 1990

Segments on an Oklahoma boy's search for his grandfather, who has been missing for more than 40 years; a near-fatal attack on a Connecticut woman; a hearing-impaired Ohio woman's quest to locate her biological father; and the murder of a Nashville man, which is reportedly linked to the music charts.


January 24, 1990

Segments examine the shooting death of a Colorado woman's husband; and the search for missing youths across the country. Also: a September story on UFOs in the Southwest.


January 31, 1990

A report from Great Britain on the unexplained creation of odd-shaped wheat and corn crops. Also: the disappearance of a Chicago writer who went to Colorado to write a mystery novel; a black North Caroline teenager's death, reported to be racially motivated


February 7, 1990

Included: reported sightings of an aquatic monster known as Ogopogo in British Columbia's Lake Okanagan; the 1977 murder of an Arizona businessman who claimed to work for the Government; and the reunion of a Los Angeles woman with her brother. Also: a segment on grandparents who abducted their grandchildren.


February 14, 1990

Reports: an Ohio woman who claims she's the reincarnated spirit of someone from a century earlier; the murder of a New Mexico law officer; the search for a suspected drug dealer.


February 21, 1990

Reports on a Seattle man suspected in the killing of his wife; the Texas search for two teens charged with killing four persons; a Georgia woman's quest to locate the person who protected her from child abuse.


February 28, 1990

Reports on the murders of two Washington teens; nocturnal sightings in the skies above Texas; the vanishing of a Pennsylvania security guard and a fortune in platinum. (Repeat)


March 7, 1990

A report on Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess suggests that a double may have served his prison sentence. Also: the search for a missing Montana woman. (Repeat)


March 14, 1990

Segments on the reunion of lost members of an Oklahoma family; the search for an Arizona couple who posed as doctors reportedly to defraud unsuspecting patients. (Repeat)


March 21, 1990

Segments on a "Southern belle" who, according to this report, bilked investors out of millions in a pyramid scheme; a Colorado Vietnam veteran's search for a fellow soldier.


March 28, 1990

A 45-year-old kidnapping case examines a Chicago man's search for his brother, who was abducted from their parents' home. Also: a profile of a Missouri man who preyed on women's hearts and pocketbooks.


April 4, 1990

A report on a mysterious illness that struck an Oakland family; an update on the puzzling death of a Virginia woman; and repeat segments on a New York City coin scam, and the search for a Missouri arsonist.


April 11, 1990

From November: Reports on the shooting of a former San Diego cop, who resigned from the force after testifying against fellow cops; the capture of a scam artist who preyed upon a Florida nudist camp. (Repeat)


April 18, 1990

Segments: the murder of a North Carolina woman who was shot in her car while returning home from a holiday party; fortunetelling scam artists working in the Midwest. (Repeat)


April 25, 1990

Reports on a Chicago case in which a murdered woman's friend claims to have communicated with the victim from the grave; a Virginia sting operation involving charges of fraud and bribery.


May 2, 1990

Reports on three sets of identical twins; the Boston search for a shopping-mall robber; the FBI hunt for drug dealers in the Miami area.


May 9, 1990

The search for an Arizona woman in connection with the death of her boyfriend; the Florida capture of a most-wanted-list fugitive; a Nazi death-camp survivor's search for an American soldier; and the Maryland death of a U.S. Army intelligence officer. (Repeat)


May 16, 1990

A report examining a new angle in the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy; repeat segments on the Texas manhunt for a young woman's abductors, and a family's search for a sibling missing since the 1930s.


May 23, 1990

Updates on December stories include a report on a California woman's reunion with her lost siblings, located with viewer help; the capture of a Washington fugitive.


May 30, 1990

Reports on a Chicago doctor who claims he's the wrong man jailed for his wife's murder; the hunt in the Northwest for the killer of a mother and daughter. (Repeat)


June 6, 1990

Reports on the disappearance of an Ohio woman nearly 10 years ago; Nebraska churchgoers who feel their lives were miraculously spared. (Repeat)

Link: Urban Legends Reference Pages: A World of Luck (Choir Non-Quorum)


June 13, 1990

Segments on the reported link between a Nashville murder and the weekly music charts; an Oklahoma boy's search for his grandfather, missing for more than 40 years; a near-fatal attack on a Connecticut woman. (Repeat)


June 20, 1990

Segments on the disappearance of a Chicago mystery writer who went to Colorado to write; a North Carolina teenager's death, reported to be racially motivated. (Repeat)


June 27, 1990

Segments: the 1977 murder of an Arizona businessman; reported sightings of a lake monster in British Columbia; a New Mexico bowling-alley massacre. (Repeat)


July 4, 1990

A third-anniversary show recalls fugitives apprehended with viewers' help. Also: an update on a $2 billion treasure at Victorio Peak, N.M.; cases of loved ones found. (Repeat)


July 11, 1990

Reports: an Ohio woman who claims she's the reincarnated spirit of a 19th-century woman; the possible murder of a law officer in New Mexico. (Repeat)


July 18, 1990

Segments on a Vietnam vet's reunion with the nurse who took care of him; a five-man fishing trip in which one man never returned; a bank president's unexplained death; the search for a witness due a reward. (Repeat)


July 25, 1990

Segments: a boy's disappearance from his Chicago home; an elaborate drug-money laundering scheme; the capture of a bail-jumper; a man who preyed on women's hearts and pocketbooks. (Repeat)


August 1, 1990

From 1989: A mother's search for her son's suspected killers; new evidence in a Texas woman's death; the fate of 34 merchant marines believed lost at sea during World War II.


August 8, 1990

Included: an update on a 1988 story about the murder of an Arkansas man; and repeat segments, also from 1988, on a UFO encounter and a missing teenager.


August 15, 1990

This expanded edition from 1989 features segments on Alcatraz, the former penitentiary in San Francisco Bay, and the 1962 escape of three inmates. (Repeat / 90 minutes)


August 22, 1990

A new segment involves a policeman's search for his partner's killer. Repeat segments include the recovery of a 7-year-old girl who was in a coma for five months.


August 29, 1990

Segments examine the paranormal aspects of a Chicago murder case; the capture of 12 criminals in a reverse sting operation by Virginia authorities. (Repeat)


September 5, 1990

A new segment on a missing 4-year-old Tennessee girl, who has reportedly been seen since her alleged 198 death; an update on the arrest of a woman in a mother-son pyramid scheme. Repeat segments include one on a former world heavyweight champ.


September 12, 1990

A new segment examines the search for a man who killed a woman at an automatic-teller machine. Also: updates include the story of the puzzling crop formations found in England.


September 16, 1990

Reports on out-of-body experiences; the modus operandi in a series of L.A. bank robberies; the possible link between organized crime and a repairman's murder. (Repeat) [New episodes begin Wednesday at this time.]


1990-1991 (3rd Season / NBC)


September 19, 1990

The series' third season opens with a report on sightings of a bright orange fireball that crashed in Pennsylvania and was reportedly removed under military supervision; a woman's first meeting with her biological father; an arsonist's home movies.


September 26, 1990

Segments: a murder attempt on a former Florida mayor; an Arkansas family's search for a long-lost brother; a five-plane Navy patrol's 1945 disappearance over the Bermuda Triangle; an antidrug activist's shooting.


October 3, 1990

Reports on the search for a Bakersfield, Cal., physician; the FBI hunt for a robbery gang suspected in armored-car holdups in Minnesota and Baltimore; and the disappearance of a Spokane electrician. (Note: this episode ran 1 hour, 5 minutes)


October 10, 1990

Segments on the 1976 murder of a New Yorker who may have known too much about an organized-crime ring; a case involving the infilitration of Government computers and private phone lines.


October 17, 1990

Reports on the search for Nazi treasures buried near the Austrian-Swiss border; the disappearance of a movie producer's adult son in Beverly Hills; the search for an escaped convict; the disappearance of a boat and crew headed for Haiti.


October 24, 1990

Reports on a series of child-molestation cases; a Tennessee family's search for a missing sibling; a series of bizarre murders in a small town in New Hampshire.


October 31, 1990

Segments include the story of a South Carolina couple whose home withstood the destruction of 1989's Hurricane Hugo after their reported encounter with a ghost; the disappearance of a La Jolla, Cal., financial analyst in the El Paso desert.


November 7, 1990

New evidence in the 1937 disappearance of Amelia Earhart; the search for the murderer of a Woodstock, Ill., family; a climatologist who accurately predicted seven earthquakes in the past decade.


November 11, 1990

Repeat segments from the past three seasons include reports on Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess; the murder of race-car driver Mickey Thompson and his wife Trudy; and supposed findings of intelligent life on Mars.

Unexplained Death: Mickey Thompson (UPDATE)


November 14, 1990

The FBI probe into the 1965 murder of a black lawman in Louisiana; an update on a series of 1988 arsons; a policeman's nine-year search for his two sons; the hunt for a "cowboy" bank robber in Arizona and Washington.


November 21, 1990

Segments: the fatal shooting of a Massachusetts youth; the disappearance of a 4-year-old on a picnic in Montana; the murder of a truck driver at an Oklahoma rest stop; a reunion of two childhood friends.


November 28, 1990

The possible wrongful conviction of a Missouri man with the murder of a 79-year-old woman, which later resulted in a confession from a Kansas inmate.


December 5, 1990

Reports on the search for an assailant in the shooting of a North Carolina secretary; the murder of a pizza deliveryman and the subsequent finding three years later of the gun in a pawnshop; the unclaimed fortune of a deceased British socialite.


December 12, 1990

The search for a "casanova killer" who wooed then murdered women; a Florida man's search for his brother, who reportedly died in Vietnam but who may still be alive.


December 19, 1990

Unanswered questions involving the death of a 28-year-old nurse found in a North Carolina pond; a woman's search for her father, reportedly involved with the CIA.


December 26, 1990

Reports: a five-plane Navy patrol's 1945 disappearance over the Bermuda Triangle; a murder attempt on a former Florida mayor; the search for suspects in the shooting of an anti-drug activist. (Repeat)


January 2, 1991

A new segment probes the reopening of a murder case following anonymous phone calls to Florida police insisting the victim is still alive. Also: repeat reports on the experiences of three sets of identical twins; a policeman's hunt for his partner's killer.


January 9, 1991

Reports on the 1989 death of a Spokane teen; the FBI probe into the murders of a Bethesda, Md., Government worker's wife, three sons and mother; the apprehension in Albuquerque of two Federal fugitives.


January 16, 1991

Reports on the search for a man whose wife and two stepdaughters were murdered in Las Vegas in October; the FBI search for a bank robber who twice escaped from prison.


January 23, 1991

A report on the FBI hunt for a coldhearted con man wanted for bilking women. Also: a repeat segment on sightings of a bright orange fireball that crashed near Kecksburg, Pa., in 1965.


January 30, 1991

Reports on the FBI search for a four-time prison escapee charged with bank fraud; the murder of a Maryland teenager; and the discovery on a South Pacific atoll of a possible artifact from Amelia Earhart's missing plane.


February 6, 1991

Reports on the connection between voodoo rituals and five deaths on St. Croix; a Hungarian man's four-year search for his sister in America; and a Texas UFO sighting. Also: viewer tips (postponed from last week) leading to the arrest of a man on kidnapping charges.


February 13, 1991

Segments: evidence said to refute historical theories on the deaths of Old West outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; the death of a pediatric nurse who had been harassed and terrorized for seven years; a woman's search for her siblings.


February 20, 1991

A segment on crime fighter Eliot Ness's effort to solve the case of a 1930s Cleveland killer known as the Butcher of Kingsbury Run. Also: the 1989 murder of an Oregon prison director; a woman's 7-years search for her two sons; and viewer tips.


February 27, 1991

A report on the FBI hunt for a con man wanted for bilking women; a repeat segment on sightings of an orange fireball that crashed near Kecksburg (Pa.) in 1965 and was reportedly removed under military supervision; and an update on a reunion. [Postponed from an earlier date.]


March 6, 1991

Reports on the 1976 murder of a New Yorker who may have known too much about an organized-crime ring; the search for a fugitive computer hacker; the reunion of two childhood friends. (Repeat)


March 8, 1991

From 1988: Segments examine the claim that the Queen Mary luxury liner is haunted by a sailor's ghost; rumors of a haunted 18th-century Merion (Pa.) inn; and apparitions that torment a Georgia couple. (Repeat)


March 13, 1991

The search for Nazi treasures buried near the Austrian-Swiss border; the disappearance of a Beverly Hills man; the FBI search for a maximum-security-jail escapee. (Repeat)


March 20, 1991

The controversy over the identity of a Los Angeles woman whose body was reportedly found inside her apartment, and the anguish of her family who don't believe it's their daughter. Also: Edgar Cayce 40-year history of diagnosing illnesses; a Michigan town's outrage over the murder of a high-school counselor.

Link: Official Site of Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.


March 27, 1991

A new segment reports on a Los Angeles man's search for his kidnapped son. Repeat segments include the search for a California doctor wanted in connection with the rape of two women.


April 3, 1991

Reports on the rampage of a pharmacy student, triggered by academic frustrations; the 1958 disappearance of a U.S. Army officer who had participated in atomic testing in Nevada; and a family's search for a brother, adopted in 1939. Also: viewer tips.


April 10, 1991

A report on the arrest of a suspected serial child molester, profiled in October. Also: repeat segments on a Tennessee family's search for a missing sibling; a series of bizarre New Hampshire murders; the disappearance of a man who authorities believe is alive.


April 17, 1991

The FBI probe into the 1965 murder of a black Louisiana sheriff; an update on a series of 1988 arsons; a policeman's nine-year search for his two sons; the hunt for a "cowboy" bank robber, suspected of crimes in Arizona and Washington. (Repeat)


April 24, 1991

Reports on the search for a suspect in the 1982 death of a Virginia woman; an El Paso woman's search for her GI father, whom she never met; and an underground tunnel reportedly used to transport cocaine.


May 1, 1991

Reports on a convicted con artist; the search by Sacramento sheriffs for a gunman who killed six at convenience stores; a 1982 double homicide in Colorado.


May 3, 1991

This compilation of high-profile murder and mystery cases is culled from previous episodes. Robert Stack is the program host.


May 8, 1991

A report on the Missouri murder of a 6-month-old whose mother says he died of a rare genetic disorder. Also: repeat segments on the search for a trio of armored-car robbers; and the 1937 disappearance of Amelia Earhart.


May 15, 1991

A new segment profiles a fugitive cult leader wanted by the FBI on charges of child abuse and of kidnap and murder threats against a Federal judge. Repeat segments: the disappearance of a La Jolla, Cal., financial analyst; the search for an Illinois man following the 1988 murder of his girlfriend's parents.


May 22, 1991

A new segment examines the case of a paroled murderer, who was convicted in the death of his first wife, and who is wanted now in connection with the death of his second wife. Repeat segments include the fatal shooting of a Massachusetts youth.


May 29, 1991

The possible conviction of a Missouri man in connection with an elderly woman's murder, which later resulted in a confession from another inmate. (Repeat)


June 5, 1991

Reports on the murder of a pizza deliveryman and the finding of the gun in a pawnshop three years later; a treasure hunter's search for gold, diamonds and silver reportedly buried in Arizona in 1881; the unclaimed fortune of a deceased British socialite. (Repeat)


June 12, 1991

Unanswered questions involving the 1985 death of a nurse found in a North Carolina pond; a woman's search for her father, a pilot reportedly involved with the CIA; the search for a Wisconsin grandmother, missing since 1910. (Repeat)


June 19, 1991

Reports on the FBI search for a Bethesda, Md., Government worker, whose wife, three sons and mother were murdered in 1976; the 1987 disappearance of a 4-year-old Union, Tenn., girl. (Repeat)


June 26, 1991

Repeat segments on the FBI search for a convicted murderer; and a man's search for his family, children of Hungarian immigrants. Also: the arrest of two juveniles.


July 3, 1991

Reports on the FBI search for a four-time prison escapee; suspects in a Maryland teenager's murder; the search for a Wisconsin grandmother, missing since 1910. (Repeat)


July 10, 1991

Reports on voodoo rituals and five unexplained deaths on St. Croix; the search for a man who bragged over a CB radio about murdering a trucker; the arrest of a man wanted for kidnapping. (Repeat)


July 17, 1991

Segments: new theories on the deaths of Old West outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; the death of a nurse who had been terrorized for seven years; a Wyoming woman's search for her siblings; a 25-year-old missing-persons case. (Repeat)


July 24, 1991

reports on crime fighter Eliot Ness's effort to solve the case of a 1930s Cleveland serial killer; the 1989 murder of an Oregon prison director; the possible murder of an exotic dancer in Hollywood. (Repeat)


July 31, 1991

The reported hit-and-run death of a Spokane teen whose parents believe he was murdered; Edgar Cayce's history of diagnosing and treating illnesses; a Houston woman's six-year search for her two sons. (Repeat)

Link: Official Site of Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.


August 7, 1991

A new segment details the arrest of a cold-hearted con man. Also: repeat reports on the aftermath of a Missouri pharmacy student's violent rampage; the 1958 disappearance of an Army officer who had participated in atomic tests; and a family's search for a brother.


August 14, 1991

Reports on a Colorado double homicide; a 4-year-old Montana girl's disappearance during a family picnic; a haunted Victorian-era home in Carson City (Nev.). (Repeat)


August 21, 1991

A report on the 1990 murder of a Michigan high-school counselor, and the subsequent shoot-out between the police and the suspect. Also: repeat segments on two L.A. disc jockeys suspected of staging a phony murder confession to boost their ratings; the Missouri arrest of a fugitive wanted for fraud.


August 28, 1991

A report on a 41-year-old California man's search for both his father and his son; repeat segments on a New York City coin scheme.


September 4, 1991

New segments: the search for a former Miami bank employee wanted for embezzling $500,000; the hunt for a con man who bilked lonely, middle-aged women; the arrest of a fugitive cult leader.


September 8, 1991

From last season: Reports on an Ohio woman who claims she's the reincarnated spirit of a 19th-century woman; the unexplained death of a 21-year-old rookie cop from Mountainaire, N.M. (Repeat)


September 11, 1991

New reports on a Las Vegas woman's confession to felony kidnapping; new evidence in the case of a convicted Missouri woman; the arrest of a Federal fugitive on theft and computer-hacking charges.


1991-1992 (4th Season / NBC)


September 18, 1991

Beginning a fourth season: U.S. military officers discuss a 1980 sighting of an unidentified flying craft near a U.S. air base in England. Also: the murders of two Texas teens reportedly involved with a cult; a Nashville, Tenn., woman's discovery about her parentage.


September 25, 1991

New theories in the death of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth; the disappearance of a 65-year-old man with no past; and the search for a convicted child abuser.


November 27, 1991

Reports on the FBI arrest of a fugitive in Commerce City, Colo; a possible military coverup in the 1989 death of a Marine Corps captain; the search for a Florida church arsonist; the discovery by two women that they are sisters; and a report on an impostor.


October 2, 1991

Reports: an amnesiac found unconscious in the Las Vegas desert; the grisly murder of a Virginia woman; the controversy surrounding the Shroud of Turin.


October 9, 1991

The hunt for a suspected serial killer who's been stalking women in Connecticut since 1981; the search of Florida siblings for their twin brother and sister, who were adopted as infants; the first-time meeting of a father and his 32-year-old daughter.


October 16, 1991

U.S. intelligence reports suggesting that there were survivors of a spy plane shot down over Laos in 1973; the search for a fugitive con artist who defrauded the elderly out of millions; a West Virginia woman's reunion with her twin sister's four sons.


October 23, 1991

Reports on suspicions surrounding the disappearance of an Oregon police officer's son; an Indiana man's search for a friend and father figure of 20 years ago; the hunt for a man who reportedly murdered his estranged wife and her co-worker in front of witnesses; the recovery of a Maryland amnesia victim.


October 30, 1991

Segments include reports of ghostly goings-on at a New Mexico hotel, and hauntings experienced by a couple who moved to a 109 year old Florida mansion last year. Also: the search for a con man who poses as a doctor to steal jewelry, coins and computers.


November 3, 1991

This special edition focuses on what producers call "the diabolical mind." Included: profiles of Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein; an interview with a convicted murderer.

Link: Angels & Demons - The murders of Jo, Michelle and Christie Rogers by Oba Chandler


November 6, 1991

Reports on a case of past-life regression; the search for a couple reportedly involved in a Christmastime fraud escapade; a 1985 murder-extortion plot in Denver; the disappearances of Florida convenience-store workers.


November 10, 1991

A repeat report on crime fighter Eliot Ness's efforts to solve the case of a 1930s Cleveland serial killer. Also: new reports on law enforecement's use of psychics to solve cases; an investigation into the death of a North Dakota woman; and a Maryland amnesia victim.


November 13, 1991

Included: a woman's search for the police officer who risked his job to free her from an unjust sentence; new evidence in the case of a mother jailed for the death of her son; the hunt for a Fort Pierce, Fla., con-artist team who reportedly committed murder.


November 20, 1991

UFO sightings over Belgium are discussed by reported witnesses, the police and military personnel. Also: the disappearance of a Michigan company president, charged with embezzlement; questions surrounding a police chief's death.


November 27, 1991

Reports on the FBI arrest of a fugitive in Commerce City, Colo.; a possible military coverup in the 1989 death of a Marine Corps captain; the search for a Florida church arsonist; the discovery by two women that they are sisters and a report on an impostor.


December 4, 1991

Reports on the murderous aftermath of Durant, Okla., jail escape by two killers; the suspicious death of a man who squandered an elderly widow's money; two brothers' search for the mother they haven't seen in 42 years; the abduction of a 6-year-old boy.


December 11, 1991

Reports: a con game using state lottery tickets that took in millions of dollars in New York state alone; the search for a homeless person who may stand to inherit $100,000; a former runaway's search for three of her nine estranged siblings.


December 18, 1991

Segments on an abusive grandmother who reportedly kidnapped her 2-year old grandson; a convicted murderer who claims he's innocent in his wife's 1983 murder; a fugitive's capture outside Birmingham, Ala; and two Ojibwa sisters from Manitoba who are searching for their estraged sister.


December 25, 1991

U.S. military officers discuss a 1980 UFO sighting near a U.S. air base in England. Other segments include the murders of two Teas teens reportedly involved with a cult. (Repeat)


January 8, 1992

Repeat segments on new theories in the death of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth; and the disappearance of a 65-year-old man with no past. Also: viewer tips leading to the arrest of a fugitive child molester.


January 15, 1992

Reports on the 1988 disappearance of a Washington State student who picked up a hitchhiker and was never seen again; a Georgia man's search for his brother, who he suspects is still alive following a 1990 boating accident; the search for a "love child" who stands to inherit $24 million.


January 22, 1992

Repeat reports on the grisly murder of a Virginia woman; an amnesiac found unconscious in the Las Vegas desert; the controversy surrounding the Shroud of Turin; and the search for the husband of a murdered Rochester, N.Y., woman.


January 29, 1992

Reports on a Tennessee man's search for a family to whom he gave refuge during the Depression; the homicide death of a North Dakota woman previously thought to have died in a car fire; and the search for a fugitive who escaped from a hospital prison ward.


February 5, 1992

Reports on the disappearance of a Scottsdale, Ariz., bank-fraud investigator who had probed money laundering; a mother-daughter financial scheme; the FBI search for a mother who reportedly kidnapped her son to raise him in a fundamentalist sect.


February 12, 1992

A report (postponed from last week) on a clever mother-daughter financial scheme; evidence that some claim substantiates the existence of the elusive Big Foot; the hunt for a Florida man wanted in connection with hit-and-run homicides.


February 19, 1992

100th Episode: Reports in this expanded edition include a Virginia man whose investigation of UFO sightings threatened his credibility; a Columbus, Ohio, reporter who went undercover in a search of a trucker responsible for murdering prostitutes; a repeat segment detailing new evidence in the 1968 assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Also: an Oregon bank teller who helped identify a career bank robber; a haunted New Jersey mansion; and viewer tips leading to the apprehension of three fugitives. (2 Hours)


February 26, 1992

The hunt for suspects in a slick Henderson, Nev., bank robbery; the search for a woman who murdered her aunt and uncle near Chattanooga, Tenn., and stole their savings; an Abilene, Texas, children's aid center whose adoption records were lost.


March 4, 1992

New reports on a rash of Northern California pizza-restaurant robberies; the reunion of a millionaire and his daughter; and a fugitive's arrest in Colorado for kidnapping and murder. Repeat segments include U.S. intelligence reports suggesting there were survivors of a spy plane shot down over Laos in 1973; and the search for a fugitive con artist.


March 11, 1992

Segments include ghostly goings-on at a New Mexico hotel, and hauntings experienced by a couple who moved to a 109-year old Florida mansion. Also: an update on the arrest in Roanoke, Va., of a man who posed as a doctor to steal from patients. (Repeat)


March 18, 1992

Reports on the search for a Houston millionaire suspected of hiring two men to have his former lover killed; the mystery of a seemingly destitute Oregon woman, who left a $100,000 estate when she died in 1991; the reunion of a British Columbia man with his family.


March 25, 1992

"The Diabolical Mind" includes profiles of Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein; an interview with a convicted killer; and an examination of two chilling murder cases. (Repeat)


April 1, 1992 A new segment reports on a mysterious malady that has claimed the lives of six members of a Northern California family. Updates include the Alabama apprehension of a fugitive who reportedly murdered his estranged wife and her co-worker in 1988.


April 8, 1992

IRS and FBI efforts to stop a medical-investment scam operated by a team of con artists; the murders of two Swedish women vacationers, discovered in 1983 by deer hunters near Santa Barbara; a 17-year-old disappearance case, stumbled upon by a rock climber.


April 15, 1992

A report on a wealthy Phoenix woman who was found shot to death in her home in 1988. Also: repeat segments on law enforcement's case of psychics to solve cases, the search for a New Hampshire lawyer who embezzled from his clients and an amnesia victim who lost 16 years of her life because of a stroke.


April 22, 1992

Reports on a $1 million armored-car robbery in Vallejo, Cal., that left three employees dead; and a tip from an Oregon cop leading to the arrest of a Las Vegas woman wanted for forgery. Repeat segments include an unsolved 1985 murder-extortion plot in Denver.


April 29, 1992

Reports on the 1989 assault and murder in Louisiana of a 26-year-old Milwaukee woman; the 1991 kidnapping of an Austin, Texas, woman at a car wash; an adventurer's discovery of a formation on Turkey's Mount Ararat believed to be the remains of Noah's Ark.


May 6, 1992

A report on a case of mistaken identity that claimed a Phoenix man's life includes talks with experts who think the intended target was a reporter probing a murder case. Also: the 1986 murder of a 15-year-old boy at his Long Beach, N.Y., school dormitory; an $11 million armored-car heist; an adopted woman's search for her twin brother.


May 13, 1992

Reports on a man's seven-year attempt to regain custody of his son; and the Texas arrest of a Tennessee woman who allegedly murdered her aunt and uncle. Also: repeat segments on the search for perpetrators of evangelist mail bombings; the hunt for a Fort Pierce, Fla., con-artist team.


May 17, 1992

Reports in this expanded edition include the search for the killer of an elderly Washburn, Texas, man. Also: repeat segments on a Virginia man whose investigation into UFO sightings threatened his credibility; an Oregon bank teller who helped identify a career bank robber; new evidence in the 1968 assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. (2 Hours)


May 20, 1992

New segments on claims of a murder coverup in two boys' deaths in a blazing shack; and a woman's reunion with her surrogate family with whom she lived during the Depression. Repeat segments: UFO sightings over Belgium, discussed by reported witnesses, the police and military personnel.


May 27, 1992

A report on the capture of a fugitive after his escape from a prison ward at a Chicago hospital. Also: repeat segment on the search for a reported homeless woman who may stand to inherit $100,000; the disappearance and subsequent death of a Madison, Wis., man.


June 3, 1992

An update on a Tennessee man's reunion with members of a family to whom he gave refuge during the Depression. Also: repeat reports on a Georgia man's search for his brother following a 1990 boating accident; the mystery of a caretaker who squandered the riches of an elderly widow.


June 10, 1992

Segments on an abusive grandmother who reportedly kidnapped her 2-year-old grandson; a man's search for his missing brother, who he suspects is a POW in Vietnam; two women in Manitoba who are searching for their estranged sister. (Repeat)


June 17, 1992

Reports on the arrest of a woman charged with kidnapping her 9-year-old son; the murderous aftermath of a Durant, Okla., jail escape by two killers; the murder of a Phoenix millionairess. (Repeat)


June 24, 1992

A new segment reports on a man's reunion with his daughter, ending a 43-year search for his only living relative, to whom he plans to bequeath an estate worth more than $1 million. Repeat segments include the disappearance of a Scottsdale, Ariz., bank-fraud investigator.


July 1, 1992

A report on the arrest in Vermont of a Florida man wanted for a deadly hit-and-run. Repeat segments include a New York con game using state-lottery tickets; and the efforts of a Minnesota man, convicted of murdering his wife, to prove his innocence.


July 8, 1992

This expanded edition reports on the FBI arrest of a fugitive in Commerce City, Colo.; the search for 17 tons of gold bullion buried since the 1930s atop a mesa in New Mexico; a suspected military coverup in the 1989 death of a Marine Corps captain; a reporter's undercover search for an Ohio serial killer. (Repeat / 90 minutes)


July 15, 1992

Segments on the search for a Houston millionaire who reportedly hired two men to kill his former lover; a seemingly destitute Oregon woman who died and left a $100,000 estate; a series of late-night disappearances of women at Florida-area convenience stores. (Repeat)


July 22, 1992

Reports on IRS and FBI efforts to stop a medical-investment scheme; the murders of two vacationing Swedish women, discovered in 1983 by deer hunters near Santa Barbara; a woman's claims that her son's death in a blazing shack was a murder coverup. (Repeat)


August 12, 1992

Reports on a botched armored-car heist in Vallejo, Cal., that left three guards dead; a woman's search for the baby she was forced to give up for adoption 27 years ago; a rock climber's grisly discovery that reopened a 17-year-old murder case. (Repeat)


August 19, 1992

Among the segments is an update on two hitchhikers who may have information on a suspect in an unsolved Texas murder. Also: repeat reports, including the case of mistaken identity that claimed the life of a Phoenix computer draftsman in May 1990.


August 26, 1992

Updates include the reunion of a family of Ojibwa sisters from Manitoba, Canada; the 1991 prison release of a Hillsboro, Mo., woman. Also: repeat reports on the search for a truck driver who kidnapped a woman in Clinton, Mo.; and a mysterious medical condition that claimed the lives of six family members.


August 30, 1992

A viewer tip leads to the arrest of a Rollingwood, Texas, woman suspected or robbing and murdering her aunt and uncle in Tennessee. Repeat reports: an adventurer's search for the Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas; a woman's search for her twin brother.


September 2, 1992

A new segment on an Illinois man's finding that he has an identical twin brother and possibly a half sister; and an update on a couple's reunion with the daughter they gave up for adoption at birth.


September 4, 1992

Reports on the possible wrongful murder conviction of an Aurora, Mo., man; a woman who draws uncanny likenesses of people she's never met who have died; the mysterious poisoning death of a North Dakota man. (Repeat)


September 9, 1992

A segment on a man wanted by San Francisco authorities for the strangling of his girlfriend and the attempted murder of her aunt; an update on a man's search for his missing sister. Included in repeat reports: the search for the killer of a 26-year-old woman.


1992-1993 (5th Season / NBC)


September 16, 1992

The fifth season begins with a UFO story involving a 1983 incident in the skies over New York and Connecticut. Also: reports on the disappearance of an 18-year-old woman last seen with an acquaintance; the death of an unidentified man at the Paducah, Ky., airport.


September 23, 1992

Reports on the killing of an Indiana man who was involved in a love triangle; an amnesiac who showed up at a San Diego homeless shelter; a two-day-old baby stolen from her mother's Berkeley, Cal., hospital room.


September 30, 1992

Unanswered questions in the 1935 shooting of Louisiana senator Huey Long; the search by Cincinnati and Nashville detectives for a suspected serial killer; and a California woman's search for her brother, who was put up for adoption. Host: Robert Stack


October 7, 1992

Reports on the 1985 escape of a convicted cop killer from the Oklahoma State Penitentiary; the remains of a body discovered in a Jaguar near Houston; the 1954 of a 9-year-old.


October 14, 1992

Included: the 1970 disappearance of a Houston mother; the search for the murderer of a 23-year-old cab driver in Banff, Alta.; the arrest of the suspected "satchel bandit" at a Hamilton, Ont., coffee shop; the death of a 21-year-old mystery woman.


October 21, 1992

Reports include an Atlanta psychologist's investigation into the phenomenon of dreams that come true; the search for a New Orleans serial killer who preys on prostitutes; the hunt for a con man who's bilked at least 17 women.


October 28, 1992

This Halloween edition features segments on a ghost known as the Blue Lady, said to inhabit the cliffs above Moss Beach, Cal.; and eerie happenings at California's Drum Barracks Civil War Museum. Also: the search for birth mothers following a San Antonio nurse's baby-selling operations in the '50s and '60s.

Link: Moss Beach Distillery: Blue Lady


November 4, 1992

Reports on the 1991 disappearance of a Louisiana salesman; a UFO sighting by a prospector at Canada's Falcon Lake; the disappearance of a prison guard in Orange County (Cal.).


November 11, 1992

Segments on reported POW sightings of an American colonel who was shot down over Laos in 1965; the search for a man who witnessed a Belle Glade, Fla., murder in a sugarcane field; the Bismarck, N.D., prison escape of an inmate who remains at large.


November 18, 1992

Reports on the 1988 abduction and murder of a 7-year-old Midlothian, Ill., girl; and a psychic's claims that he can communicate with those who have "passed on."


November 25, 1992

This expanded edition includes live reports. also: segments on an Arizona woman's search for a childhood friend; the search for a Redwood City, Cal., woman wanted for attempted murder of her husband.


December 2, 1992

Segments include the 1990 Telluride, Colo., murder of Eva Schoen, wife of U-Haul heir Sam Schoen; the 14-year search for a Texas fugitive; a man's quest to find the half-sister he never met; and the search for witnesses to the disappearance of a young mother.


December 9, 1992

Reports on the 1985 disappearance of a 4-year-old boy from the Lake Tahoe, Nev., area; new evidence linking a 1930s Cleveland killer to the 1940s serial killer responsible for the Black Dahlia murder.


December 16, 1992

Evidence pointing to the possible innocence of a Florida inmate serving a life term for rape; a Falls Church, Va., man's efforts to piece together his identity from sketchy facts surrounding his 1935 abandonment in a car.


December 23, 1992

Reports on a couple's search for a stranger they once befriended, who they suspect is the one annually reciprocating their generosity a hundredfold; a hospitalized 7-year-old boy's miraculous recovery.


January 6, 1993

A report on a Rochester man, originally charged in the murder of a 34-year-old woman, who has been granted a final appeal based on juror misconduct. Also: repeat segments include the killing of a Hamilton, Ind., man who was involved in a love triangle.


January 13, 1993

Unanswered questions in the 1935 shooting of Louisiana senator Huey Long; the search for an arsonist; and a California woman's search for her younger brother. (Repeat)


January 20, 1993

Reports on the disappearance of an Orange County, Cal., executive; and the search for a man suspected in the murder of his employer. Among repeat reports: the 1970 disappearance of a Houston mother.


January 27, 1993

Segments on the shooting death of an 18-year-old Albuquerque, N.M., woman; an Orange County, Cal., woman's search for her foster sister, whom she hasn't seen for 11 years. Also: the hunt for Yamashita's treasure, discovered in 1971 in the Phillippines.


February 3, 1993

A Michigan man's 25-year search for his siblings; a 1991 UFO video, shot in Ottawa, Canada, which includes analysis by a former NASA specialist. Also: the hunt for a fugitive who, in 1988, murdered two women and left a third paralyzed; an investigation into the identity of a young hearing-impaired woman.


February 9, 1993

Reports on the 1983 murder of a 10-year-old Chicago-area girl; the search by Canadian Indians for their biological families; a Byron, Ill., man's search for his twin and half sister.


February 10, 1993

Eerie phenomena surrounding the presence of a Pennsylvania man; the shooting death of a California motorcycle mechanic; a woman's search for her childhood friend, who she discovered was actually her sister; and the death of an unidentified man who used aliases.


February 17, 1993

A man's search for a woman who pulled him from the ocean to safety, then disappeared; a restaurateur's harassment by anonymous phone calls, possibly connected to his 1974 kidnapping in Beirut; and a bomb explosion that nearly killed a Navy captain's wife.


February 24, 1993

A recap of cases solved include the release of a prisoner who was a victim of mistaken identity. Also: the disappearance of a financially troubled Massachusetts man, who's unaware he's an heir to $750,000; the discovery of a human skeleton in an old footlocker.


March 3, 1993

The 1985 escape of a convicted cop killer from the Oklahoma State Penitentiary; the discovery of the remains of a body, found in a car near Houston; the 1954 disappearance of a 9-year-old boy. (Repeat)


March 7, 1993

A former helicopter pilot's reunion with the nurse who helped him recover from a 1967 crash in Vietnam; the disappearance of an Orange County, Cal., prison guard eight years ago; a case of amnesia that erased 16 years from a Maryland woman's memory. (Repeat)


March 10, 1993

The death in Martinsburg, W.Va., of an investigative journalist who was probing Government corruption and conspiracies; the search for a highway rest-stop killer in Ontario, Canada; the prison release of a man who served 10 years for murders he did not commit.


March 17, 1993

A report on the 1991 death in a Mexican prison of a California man who may have been murdered. Also: repeat segments on the 1991 disappearance of a Louisiana man; a UFO sighting by a prospector.


March 24, 1993

Spirits said to inhabit the cliffs above Moss Beach, Cal; eerie happenings at a California Civil War museum; the search for witnesses who may help solve the disappearance of a young mother. (Repeat)


March 31, 1993

A report on new evidence suggesting a Government coverup in the 1968 assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Also: repeat segments on a New Orleans serial killer who targets prostitutes; a con man who preys on vulnerable women.


April 4, 1993

Evidence pointing to the possible innocence of a Florida inmate serving a life term for rape; a Falls Church, Va., man's efforts to piece together his identity from sketchy facts surrounding his 1935 abandonment; and the hunt in Gallup, N.M., for a kidnap victim. (Repeat / Postponed from an earlier date)


April 7, 1993

The search for paintings by American artist Ben Stahl, which were stolen from a Sarasota, Fla., museum; the Philadelphia investigation of a fugitive couple who reportedly cashed the disability checks of two persons who may have been murdered.


April 14, 1993

Segments on reported sightings of a POW, an American colonel shot down over Laos in 1965; the search for a man who witnessed a Belle Glade, Fla., murder. (Repeat)


April 21, 1993

The arrest in Panama of a fugitive from Texas; and the arrest of a suspect in two Sacramento triple homicides. Repeat segments include the 1990 Telluride, Colo., murder of Eva Schoen, wife of U-Haul heir Sam Schoen; a man's search for the half sister he never met.


April 28, 1993

A report on a New Jersey woman's disappearance. Also: repeat segments include the search for a man wanted for questioning in an Odessa, Texas, murder.


May 5, 1993

Reports on the search for a cult leader; a possible link between a reported terrorist attack on a U.S. Army troop-transport plane and the death of an L.A. bomb-squad detective involved in the investigation.


May 12, 1993

Included: the murder of a Tampa woman reportedly abducted from her night job at a gas station; and the arrest of an Oklahoma State Penitentiary escapee, apprehended in Deadwood, S.D. Also: repeat reports include the search by two sisters for their missing siblings.


May 19, 1993

This expanded season ender includes four bank robbery stories; a New York woman's search for the foster parents who cared for her briefly during her childhood; a Navy blimp that landed reportedly without a crew in the San Francisco Bay area during World War II; and reports of a Columbus, Ohio, girl's unusual brain-wave activity. (2 hours)


May 26, 1993

The hunt for a suspect who shot a cop in an Albuquerque bar in 1984; and an update on a woman who saved a swimmer in Virginia Beach, Va. Repeat segments include a gold treasure (discovered in the Phillippines in 1971), which was reportedly confiscated by Ferdinand Marcos's military forces.


June 2, 1993

Reports: a 1991 UFO video, shot in Ottawa, Canada, which includes analysis by a former NASA specialist; the hunt for a fugitive who, in 1988, murdered two women and left a third paralyzed; an investigation into the identity of a young hearing-impaired woman. (Repeat)


June 9, 1993

Eerie phenomena surrounding the presence of a Pennsylvania man; the shooting death of a California motorcycle mechanic; a woman's search for her childhood friend, who she discovered was her sister. (Repeat)


June 16, 1993

A final appeal resulting in the release of a wrongly convicted Lowell, Mass., man from prison after serving time for murder. Repeat segments include the search for a fugitive couple suspected of killing two people.


June 23, 1993

An update on a man's search for the woman who pulled him from the ocean to safety in 1987; a Washington, D.C., restaurateur's harassment by anonymous phone calls since his 1974 kidnapping in Beirut; a terrorist explosion in San Diego. (Repeat)


June 30, 1993

A recap of cases solved includes the release of a prisoner who was a victim of mistaken identity. Also: the 1992 death of a military policeman at the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala.; the discovery of a human skeleton in an old military footlocker. (Repeat)


July 7, 1993

The death in Martinsburg, W. Va., of an investigative journalist who was probing Government corruption and conspiracies; the search for a highway rest-stop killer in Ontario; the release of a man who served a 10-year sentence for murders he didn't commit. (Repeat)


July 14, 1993

The arrest of a wanted man in Osteen, Fla. Repeat segments on the search for paintings by American artist Ben Stahl, stolen from a Sarasota, Fla. musuem.


July 21, 1993

A possible link between a reported terrorist attack on a U.S. Army troop-transport plane and the death of an L.A. bomb-squad detective involved in the investigation; a woman's search for her brother, who she believes may be in Utah. (Repeat)


July 28, 1993

The search for suspects in the 1983 murder of a 10-year-old Chicago-area girl; the reunion of three Ojibwa Indian siblings; and an arrest made following the death of a North Hollywood, Cal., man. (Repeat)


August 4, 1993

Reports include four bank-robbery cases; the unusual brain-wave activity of a 14-year-old Columbus, Ohio, girl; and a New York woman's search for her foster parents. (Repeat)


August 11, 1993

Segments include a World War II Navy blimp that landed--reportedly without a crew--in the San Francisco Bay area; arrests made in the alleged rape and sexual assault of Explorer Scouts in Danbury, Conn.; and a Texas man's appeal of his life sentence for murder. (Repeat)


August 18, 1993

Reports: the reunion of an Arizona woman and her childhood friend; an update on the kidnapping of a 12-year-old boy; the search for a Redwood City, Cal., woman wanted for questioning in the attempted murder of her husband. (Repeat)


August 25, 1993

The search for an alleged narcotics smuggler suspected of transporting heroin from Southeast Asia to the U.S. in 1991; an update on the 1988 murder of a 7-year-old Illinois girl.


September 1, 1993

Included: an update on a man's search for his late wife's family; a report on a 1991 arrest following six homicides in Northern California. Also: repeat segments on the study of dreams that foretell the future; and (postponed from an earlier date) a retired couple's search for a kind stranger they met.


September 8, 1993

Reports on evidence suggesting a Government coverup in the 1968 assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr; the 1991 disappearance of a 32-year-old woman; and the hunt for an armed and dangerous man who shot and wounded a police officer. (Repeat)


September 15, 1993

A report on the search for a man whose boat capsized in Mexico during a 1991 fishing trip. Also: repeat segments include an amnesiac's discovery of his identity; a viewer tip leading to the capture of a fugitive.


1993-1994 (6th Season / NBC)


September 22, 1993

The series' sixth season opens with a report on a Glendora, Cal., man's recollections of a "past life", a viewer tip leading authorities to an alleged cult leader and his followers in the San Angelo, Texas, area; the search for a suspect in a hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy.


September 29, 1993

The FBI probe into the identity of a convicted bank robber who won't reveal his name; viewer tips leading to a man's reunion with his family; a pilot's strange disappearance after reporting a UFO hovering near his plane as he flew between Australia and Tasmania.


October 6, 1993

A russian archaeological study and DNA tests are used to determine whether Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia really died when the royal family was executed in 1917.


October 13, 1993

Reports include a man who fears for his life after discovering a way to locate underground water in Nevada; a tip leading to a suspect in the hit-and-run death of a Los Angeles DJ; the unsolved murder of a surgeon; and an Austrian woman's search for her brother.


October 20, 1993

The 1992 disappearance of two women and a girl from a Chandler, Okla., shopping center; the search for a rabbi wanted for questioning in cases of international bank fraud; the police hunt for a suspect in the murder of a woman found in a dumpster.


October 27, 1993

Paranormal researchers study mysterious goings-on at a Lake Wales, Fla., home; Also: the search for the killer of a teacher in Agawam, Mass; and the hunt for a gunman in the 1991 maiming of an Orange, Cal., man.


November 3, 1993

Included: reports of a 1917 solar phenomenon known as the "Fatima Miracle," supposedly witnessed by a crowd in Fatima, Portugal. Also: the search for a suspect wanted for bilking Coloradans in a log-cabin building scheme.


November 10, 1993

Reports include a German Air Force officer's search for his father, who he believes is Canadian or American; the 1986 murder of twin sisters.


November 17, 1993

Reports: a computer artist's claims that the Mona Lisa is actually a self-portrait by Leonardo da Vinci; the 1990 disappearance of a Rhode Island woman thought to have been subsequently murdered; a fugitive's arrest in Tennessee.


November 24, 1993

Reports include the search in Canada and the U.S. for a child killer; Daly City, Cal., authorities' search for the identity of a comatose man found injured on a highway in 1992; and a roll call of heirs to unclaimed fortunes and estates.


December 1, 1993

Reports include the hunt for a fugitive who allegedly tampered with medication at a healthcare facility; a woman's search for the good Samaritan who once pulled her from a burning car wreck; and a Denver man's search for a childhood friend he first met in 1956.


December 8, 1993

The 1989 disappearance of a Peoria, Ariz., woman whose cousin vanished from her Arkansas home three years earlier. Repeat segments include a Glendora, Cal., man's recollections of a past life; and a family's search for an Oklahoma relative.


December 22, 1993

A new report outlines an Illinois family's search for siblings separated in 1948. Repeat segments on the riddle of the Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia; and the search for a suspect in a hit-and-run accident.


December 29, 1993

Included: a pilot's disappearance after he reported sighting a UFO as he flew between Australia and Tasmania. Also: the search for a car thief who shot and paralyzed an Orange, Cal., man in 1991. (Repeat)


December 30, 1993

Segments include a UFO story involving a 1983 incident in the skies over New York and Connecticut. Also: reports on the disappearance of an 18-year-old woman; the death of an unidentified man at the Paducah, Ky., airport; the victim of an apparent hit-and-run.


January 5, 1994

Reports include a viewer tip leading to the arrest of a burglary suspect in Santa Fe, N.M.; the search for more substantial clues in the assassination of a Chicago attorney; and a man's search for a friend.


January 12, 1994

Reports include a mysterious letter writer who seems to be guiding a woman's search throughout Canada for her missing son; a viewer tip leading to the arrest of a wanted fugitive in Diamond Bar (Cal.).


January 19, 1994

A new report on the search for two robbers who target stores in the Pacific Northwest. Also: repeat segment on a surgeon's murder; a viewer tip leading to a suspect in the hit-and-run death of a Los Angeles DJ; and a Polish family's search for their son.


January 26, 1994

Reports include a Florida mother's search for her daughter, who was a high-school senior when she disappeared in 1974; the search for heirs to a wealthy recluses's estate. Also: a woman's search for her biological mother ends in the Syracuse, N.Y., area.


February 2, 1994

Reports include the 1932 discover in Wyoming of a small mummified human; a viewer top leading to a suspect's arrest in Canada; a series of Mississippi jail deaths that may be linked to racially-motivated crimes of the 1960s; the search for a New Mexico rapist.


February 9, 1994

Reports include a Vietnamese air-force officer's search for his American daughter; a family's search for a missing relative who was injured in a motorcycle accident in San Francisco; and a viewer tip leading to the identification of a certain good Samaritan.


February 16, 1994

Segments include cases involving alleged schemes targeting elderly homeowners; and the murder of a San Jose man on the highway. Also: an 86-year-old woman's search for her younger sister.


February 23, 1994

Reports include the alleged 1992 murders of two U.S. Army sergeants. Also: repeat segments on a former rocket scientist's discovery of an underground waterway in the West; a woman's search for a childhood friend.


March 2, 1994

Reports on pets being reunited with their owners; a man who tries to track top-secret military aircraft; the arrest of a suspect for questioning in schemes against elderly homeowners; and a suspected murder, allegedly prompted by the victim's plans to blow the whistle on operations conducted at a nuclear-weapon facility.


March 9, 1994

Reports from paranormal researchers studying mysterious goings-on at a Lake Wales, Fla., home. Also: a scheme against an elderly judge; the search for the killer of a 24-year-old teacher in Agawam (Mass.). (Repeat)


March 16, 1994

Reports on near-death experiences include widows "visited" by their late husbands; tips that ended the search for missing siblings; the hunt for a gunman who killed a Jewish community leader in 1990; a Los Angeles collector's search for an heirloom bible's owners.


March 23, 1994

The search for a suspected murderer who reportedly harassed the victim's family and friends; a Los Angeles collector's search for owners of an heirloom Bible; the manhunt for the murderer of a computer salesman's fiancee in Marietta, Ga.


March 30, 1994

Segments include reports on a 1917 solar phenomenon known as the "Fatima Miracle," supposedly witnessed by crowds in Portugal; a Nebraska choir miraculously spared in a church explosion; the 1992 disappearance of three persons from a store. (Repeat)


April 3, 1994

Reports include the healing powers of water in Lourdes, France; viewer tips leading to an Idaho man's reunion with his family; the hunt for the killer of a San Jose man murdered on the highway in front of his date in 1991; and the search for paintings by American artist Ben Stahl. (Repeat)


April 6, 1994

Reports include the 1986 disappearance of a Morro Bay, Cal., man, whose wife was murdered in 1982. Also: repeat segments on the hunt for a fugitive health-care worker; an update on a German Air Force officer's search for his biological father.


April 13, 1994

Segments include instances of cures reportedly achieved by the laying on of hands; and a Vietnam veteran's search for the Army comrade who saved his life on the battlefield.


April 27, 1994

Segments include a $7 million hidden treasure, reportedly buried in New York in 1933 by gangster Dutch Schultz; a couple who in 1993 became victims of a gunman in a Marietta, GA., hotel room; a 1988 child abduction; the Texas murder of a woman and her 5-year-old.


May 4, 1994

Reports on near-death experiences include a Seattle doctor's studies of widows who have reportedly been "visited" by their late husbands, and the case of a mother's after-death "visit" with her deceased 18-year-old daughter. Also: a man's reunion with a childhood friend; a woman's search for her birth father.


May 11, 1994

A report on the 1973 murder of a Massachusetts prison inmate, believed by some to have been the Boston Strangler (suspected of the murders of 13 women in the 1960s). Also: a man's search for a half-sister he only recently discovered he had.


May 25, 1994

Segments on this expanded edition include high-tech investigations into reported Bigfoot sightings in the Pacific Northwest; so-called "angelic" encounters; viewer tips leading to the arrest of a murder suspect.


May 31, 1994

Reports include the search in Canada and the U.S for a child killer and molester; Florida authorities' search for a woman who disappeared after the 1992 murder or her boyfriend; the hunt for a suspect in the 1990 kidnapping of a bank executive. (Repeat)


June 8, 1994

The 1984 murder of a policeman's 7-year-old son; the search for the heir to a $150,000 estate; the search for a man believed to have survived a 1991 boat wreck in Mexico; and a woman's meeting with the good Samaritan who pulled her from a burning car. (Repeat)


June 15, 1994

An update on an adoptee's search for her identity and for the family who found her as an infant; a report on the 1932 discovery in Wyoming of a small mummified human; a series of Mississippi jail deaths being probed by the U.S. Attorney General's Office. (Repeat)


June 22, 1994

Reports include a mysterious letter writer who seems to be guiding a woman's search to find her missing son; efforts to find a man who disappeared in 1986, four years after his wife was murdered; and viewer tips leading to arrests. (Repeat)


June 29, 1994

Reports on pets being reunited with their owners; a man who tracks top-secret military aircraft; the disappearance of a scuba diver near the Mississippi River gulf outlet; and the suspected murder of a man. (Repeat)


July 6, 1994

A viewer tip leading to the identification of a comatose man, injured in 1992; a man's reunion with a childhood friend he meat at an orphanage in 1956; a woman on an international search for her only daughter; and the hunt for killers of a woman and her 5-year-old son near Dallas. (Repeat)


July 13, 1994

Segments include South Chicago residents' reported sightings of the ghost of a woman killed in 1934; an update on a former South Vietnam Air Force officer's search for his American daughter; the hunt for a robbery duo who target grocery stores. (Repeat)


July 20, 1994

Segments include a Florida mother's search for her daughter; a high-school senior who disappeared in 1974; and Coloradans who were bilked out of some $1 million. (Repeat)


July 27, 1994

Reports of mothers' psychic links to their children; the harassment of a murdered Jewish community leader's family and friends; the investigation into an alleged auto insurance-fraud ring; a Los Angeles collector's search for owners of an heirloom Bible. (Repeat)


July 31, 1994

Reports on this expanded edition include eerie phenomena witnessed by Stroudsburg, Pa., residents and prison guards at the Monroe County correctional facility; threats against an elderly Ohio couple; the reunion of two childhood friends; the disappearance 50 years ago of a Navy blimp's crew in the San Francisco Bay Area; the 1988 abduction and murder of a 7-year-old Midlothian, Ill., girl. (2 hours / Repeat)


August 3, 1994

Reports on therapeutic healing; the search for bank robbers; the 1993 arrest of a burglary suspect in Santa Fe, N.M.; the search for a Memphis-based real-estate executive who disappeared in 1993. (Repeat)


August 10, 1994

Segments include a $7 million hidden treasure, reportedly buried in New York in the 1930s by gangster Dutch Schultz; an update on a brother and sister's search for their father; the search for a gunman who held a couple at gunpoint in a hotel room. (Repeat)


August 17, 1994

Reports on two cousins who disappeared three years apart--one in Arizona and the other in Arkansas; viewer tips leading to the 1993 arrest of a fugitive in Carlsbad, Cal.; the 1990 disappearance and suspected murder of a Rhode Island woman. (Repeat)


August 24, 1994

A report on the 1973 murder of a Massachusetts inmate believed to have been the Boston Strangler, a man suspected of 13 women in the 1960s. Also: a man's search for the half-sister he only recently discovered he had. (Repeat)


August 31, 1994

Reports include unexplained encounters with angels; a woman's quest to find her missing husband. Also: a man who disappeared in 1993 while scuba diving near the entrance to the Mississippi River gulf outlet. (Repeat)


September 7, 1994

Reports on the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin; the search for two missing French sailors, last seen in the Atlantic; unexplained encounters with angels; a woman's search for biological father. (Repeat)


September 18, 1994

"Mysteries of Alien Beings" reports on four men who say they were abducted while on a fishing trip in Maine's Allgash Wilderness, and includes research by Harvard psychiatrist John Mack. Also: a pilot's alleged UFO sightings in Kazakhstan; efforts to locate a nurse who reportedly helped with autopsies of alien beings that emerged from the wreck of a UFO.


1994-1995 (7th Season / NBC)


September 25, 1994

A seventh season opens with reports on the origins of the bizarre Ice Man creature, once exhibited at the 1968 Chicago Stock Fair; coincidences linking adoptees with their birth families; the probe into a biochemist's mysterious death in 1953.


October 2, 1994

Segments include a real-life team of ghostbusters who track paranormal evidence in top-secret cases of hauntings; information suggesting that an alleged international drug kingpin may have faked his own death; treasure hunters who claim that a Southern California park may be a burial ground for treasures.


October 9, 1994

Reports include efforts calling for the beatification of an ordained priest (born in 1904) who, some say, performed miraculous cures prior to his death in 1957. Also: evidence suggesting that Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth was not shot by Union soldiers, but instead lived under aliases until 1903.


October 14, 1994

Reports on a man's search for his son, who disappeared in 1991 from an adult-care facility; the arrest of a fugitive outside of a Boise truck stop; studies of twins separated at birth; and a family's search for a wife and mother who disappeared some 14 years ago.


October 21, 1994

"Mysteries of the Afterlife" are explored in reports on a man who was struck by lightning and recovered with new-found psychic powers; a woman who, according to loved ones, "came back" to them after her death; and members of a family who claim that their neighborhood is haunted.


October 28, 1994

Reports include video footage of alleged UFO sightings that occured over Mexico City in 1991 during a solar eclipse; a fugitive's arrest in Cobb County, Ga.; the 1992 murder of a man who was asleep in his vehicle; and the search for a missing Rhode Island couple.


November 11, 1994

This expanded edition celebrates the reunion of a GI and the comrade who saved his life in Vietnam. Other segments include anonymous letters threatening residents of central Ohio; the brief 1926 disappearance of mystery novelist Agatha Christie; a 1988 prison escape. (2 hours / 200th Mystery Solved!)


December 2, 1994

The disappearance of an American sea captain and his crew from a Europe-bound ship found abandoned in the middle of the Atlantic; a viewer tip leading to the reunion of a woman and her birth mother; a woman's career as a police psychic.


December 9, 1994

Reports include evidence that a U.S. soldier, missing in action in Vietnam, may still be alive and in hiding. Also: a viewer tip that helps a woman search for the family that found her as an infant; a woman's claim that she was visited by her late father.


December 16, 1994

Segments include the 1991 murder of a teenage girl in Ramsey, Ill.; a private investigator's tip leading to the reunion of two sisters; a so-called "walking apparition" reportedly seen in southwest Arkansas.


December 23, 1994

Holiday segments include a Christmas Eve miracle for a couple and their gravely ill baby. Also: repeat segments on efforts calling for the beatification of a priest who some say performed miraculous cures; the search by a Hungarian refugee family for the U.S. serviceman who aided them after World War II; and a family's reunion with missing siblings.


December 30, 1994

Segments include a real-life team of ghostbusters who track paranormal evidence in top-secret cases of hauntings; information suggesting that a reported international drug kingpin may have faked his own death. (Repeat)


January 6, 1995

Included: new evidence uncovered by a forensic pathologist in the death of a college student; the search for a suspect accused of bilking senior citizens; a man's search for his younger brother.


January 13, 1995

Reports include a planned salvaging expedition in the San Francisco Bay area to find a World War II enemy submarine; a woman's search for the family who found her as an infant; a man's search for justice in the 1991 murder of his daughter and son-in-law; the work of forensic scientists and police psychics.


January 20, 1995

An Italian priest thought to have supernatural powers; the 1988 death of a Cook County sheriff's captain whose family and co-workers believe he was targeted for murder.


February 3, 1995

An episode about the paranormal includes a story about a woman's electrical psychokinetic powers; a "psychic vision" surrounding the 1980 disappearance and murder of a young nurse in Pacoima (Cal.); and a man who claims proof of life after death.


February 10, 1995

Reports include the search for suspects in a 1988 Kansas City, Mo., construction-site fire that killed six firefighters; the manhunt for a fugitive who may be hiding out in Florida or the Caribbean; an Army lieutenant's search for his double, whom he first encountered in 1994.


February 17, 1995

Reports include a woman's search for information about the 15 American flyers she aided in Czechoslovakia during World War II; the search for a missing Ft. Bragg, Cal., woman; the police manhunt surrounding a nurse's 1993 murder; an Arizona woman's reunion with her birth mother.


February 24, 1995

Segments include a profile of a self-proclaimed "spirit channeler" in Sao Paulo, Brazil, who attempts to spread the message of life after death in his paintings. Also: a man's war experience as a youngster in 1944; a hospital escape.


March 3, 1995

Reports on the origins of the bizarre Ice Man exhibit at the 1968 Chicago Stock Fair; the investigation into a biochemist's mysterious death in 1953. (Repeat)


March 17, 1995

A new report on a 1994 prison escape and the same-day disappearance of a warden's wife; and repeat segments on three inmates who escaped from Alcatraz 33 years ago and may still be alive.


March 24, 1995

Reports include a self-proclaimed "spirit channeler" in Sao Paulo, Brazil, who spreads the message of life-after-death in his paintings; the 1994 apprehension of a fugitive in Cobb County, Ga.; a boy's experiences during World War II; the 1992 disappearance of a waitress.


March 31, 1995

"Mysteries of Alien Beings" reports on four men who say they were abducted by aliens while on a fishing trip in Maine, and includes research by psychiatrist John Mack. Also: a physicist's claim that he worked on a captured extraterrestrial spacecraft at a top-secret U.S. Air Force testing center. (Repeat)


April 7, 1995

A new report details the FBI's search for suspected arsonists. Also: repeat segments on the search for a Redwood City, Cal., woman whose husband was poisoned; a fraud scam on a retired judge.


April 14, 1995

A new report examines puzzling circumstances surrounding a couple's death. Also: repeat segments include video footage of reported UFO sightings over Mexico City in 1991.


April 21, 1995

Mysteries of the afterlife are explored in reports on a man who was struck by lightning and recovered with new-found psychic powers; a woman who, according to loved ones, "came back" to them after her death. (Repeat)


April 28, 1995

A psychic helps track a couple's killer; the high-tech crime unit of the San Jose Police Department probes computer-related thefts. Also: the disappearance of a young mother and her 6-year-old son.


May 5, 1995

An examination of healing and the mind; and an update on a brother and sister's search for their four other siblings. Also, reports on a missing 5-year-old boy; computer technology that enhances video images.


May 12, 1995

A psychic mystery involving a St. Louis woman's experience with a Ouija board, through which the works of a 17th-century writer were channeled. Also: a family's search for a Houston couple who rescued them from a car accident in 1983; the manhunt for a Delaware woman's killer.


May 19, 1995

Reports include theories about a mysterious sonic phenomenon that baffles scientists; the case of a man who reportedly drowned in 1987 during a fishing trip.


May 26, 1995

A study of adoptees who link up with biological relatives; the 1992 murder of a man who was sleeping in his vehicle; a father's search for his son, who disappeared in 1991 from an adult-care facility. (Repeat)


June 23, 1995

Reports focus on new evidence uncovered by a forensic pathologist in the death of a student; claims by genealogist Henry Jones of a paranormal connection to his ancestors; a 1994 prison escape. (Repeat)


June 30, 1995

Reports include the FBI's search for an Ohio couple; a woman's claim that she was visited by her late father; evidence that a U.S. soldier once missing in action, may still be alive and in hiding; and the continuing search for the killer of a South Carolina state trooper. (Repeat)


July 7, 1995

Reports include the discovery of a human skeleton buried near a San Marino (Cal.) home; a planned salvaging expedition in the San Francisco Bay area to find a World War II enemy submarine. (Repeat)


July 14, 1995

Included segments focusing on a so-called "walking apparition," reportedly seen in southwest Arkansas; anonymous letters threatening residents of central Ohio. (Repeat)


July 21, 1995

A psychic mystery involving an experience with a Ouija board, through which the works of an early 20th-century writer were "channeled." Also: a soldier's disappearance. (Repeat)


July 28, 1995

The search for suspects in a 1988 Kansas City, Mo., construction-site fire that killed six firefighters; the manhunt for a fugitive who may be hiding out in Florida on the Caribbean; an Army lieutenant's search for his double, whom he first encountered in 1944. (Repeat)


August 4, 1995

An episode about the paranormal includes a story about a woman's electrical psychokinetic powers; another woman's "psychic vision" surrounding the 1980 disappearance and murder of a young nurse. (Repeat)


August 11, 1995

Segments include a prisoner's hospital escape; the search for treasure reportedly buried on the grounds of the Alamo; a man's efforts to solve the 1991 murders of his daughter and son-in-law. (Repeat)


August 18, 1995

A psychic helps track a couple's killer; the high-tech crime unit of the San Jose Police Department probes computer-related thefts. also: the disappearance of a young mother and her 6-year-old son. (Repeat)


August 30, 1995

A new report examines the case of a Chicago teacher who vanished in 1987. Repeat segments include the work of a "spirit channeler" in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the 1994 arrest of a fugitive outside of Boise, Idaho, truck stop; a former runaway's search for three good Samaritans.


1995-1996 (8th Season / NBC)


October 20, 1995

The eighth season opens with reports on new theories concerning the mysterious deaths of actors Bruce Lee and his son Brandon. Other segments focus on the abduction of an infant girl; the arrests of two fugitives in Oregon and the California manhunt for another.


October 27, 1995

Reports include the search for a suspect in the July 1995 murder of a bailiff who worked in Judge Lance Ito's courtroom. Also: a family who was terrorized on a Memorial Day outing in Glenrose, Texas; reports of religious visions in Kentucky.


November 3, 1995

Included: mysterious patient deaths; efforts to revive a newborn at a hospital; a viewer's tip leading to an arrest in a case of mail fraud; theories about the 1995 disappearance of a rock musician.


November 10, 1995

Reports on the search for an alleged con man who preys on girlfriends and grandmothers; the 1987 disappearance of a Chicago college instructor who had been affiliated with a spiritual leader; the phenomena of the Nazca Lines of Peru, gigantic drawings purportedly made by aliens 2000 years ago; a building designer's disappearance.


November 17, 1995

A report on the search for a missing rock star; the powers of voodoo, focusing on a woman in 1800&'s New Orleans who purportedly healed the sick; a Santa Fe, N.M., therapist's methods of healing animals; a sibling's search for a sister with whom she lost touch after their mother's death in 1965.


December 1, 1995

Included: a suspected coverup following claims of a 1964 UFO sighting in New Mexico; an update on a search for two unknown "guardian angels" who saved family members' lives after a 1983 auto accident in Mexico; the murder of a Dallas lawyer.


December 8, 1995

A report on new evidence in the 1959 death of actor George Reeves (TV's first Superman) includes interviews with costar Jack Larson (who played Jimmy Olsen), researcher Michael Hayde and editor Jim Nolt. Also: the arrests of two fugitives in Salt Lake City.

Link: George Reeves


December 15, 1995

An adoptee searches for her biological mother who abandoned her on a New York subway as an infant; and two scientists seek to verify the existence of a sea creature in the waters off western Canada. Also: the 1994 abduction of a 6-year-old boy from his school.


December 29, 1995

Segments include a family terrorized on a Memorial Day outing in Glenrose, Texas; reports of religious visions in Kentucky; the 1994 murder of a computer manufacturer in California's Silicon Valley. (Repeat)


January 5, 1996

Included: reported sightings in the Adirondack Mountains of the ghost of a woman murdered at the turn of the century; the arrests of two fugitives in Salt Lake City; a 1994 convenience store robbery that was taped by a surveillance camera; the death of a forklift driver, whose former co-worker had disappeared.


January 12, 1996

Reports include claims of spiritual activity in an area northeast of San Antonio known as Devil's Backbone; a man's 42-year odyssey to find his son, abducted in 1953; a woman's efforts to prove that her brother's 1968 death was really a case of murder.


January 19, 1996

Included: the disappearance of an architect who was married to a brewing-company heir; a viewer tip leading to an arrest in a case of mail fraud; and efforts to revive a newborn at a Louisville hospital. Also: mysterious patient deaths; the 1994 disappearance of a New Jersey woman.


January 31, 1996

A new report focuses on the search for clues to the fate of a Florida bird-ranch owner and his aunt. Repeat segments include an update on a man who had been missing since 1993; the search for a rock star who seemingly vanished in 1995; a sibling's search for a sister with whom she lost touch after their mother's death; the reported healing powers of a New Orleans "voodoo queen" of the 1800s; the 1984 disappearance of a youth.


February 2, 1996

Reports include the investigation into the death of Seattle rock musician Mia Zapata. Also: the puzzling circumstances in the drowning of a female student at a Maryland seamanship school.


February 9, 1996

A woman's miraculous survival after being found in a snowbank; a viewer tip that led a Miami woman to the son she hadn't seen for 23 years; the search for clues in the 1992 murder of an airline employee; scientific research being done on twins; and the manhunt for a fugitive.


February 16, 1996

An interview with a late suspect's brother sheds light on the still-unsolved case of the Green River serial murders in the Pacific Northwest. Also included: a 20-year-old Greenwich, Conn., murder case involving a teenager slain in her yard; communication with the dead; a woman trying to locate her mother and siblings; and an update on a family's reunion.


February 18, 1996

A profile of an 8-year-old prodigy from Denver; and a report on the 1995 disappearance of a Mason City, Iowa, TV anchorwoman. Also: repeat segments include a suspected coverup of an alleged UFO sighting in 1964 New Mexico; an insurance-scam investigation; the murder of a Dallas lawyer.


February 23, 1996

Reports concern a ghost that is said to inhabit a Sunset Strip comedy club in L.A.; an Iowa woman's success in locating two of her three siblings; the disappearance of a Kansas truck driver in Arizona.


March 1, 1996

Repeat segments include: the search for an alleged con man who preys on girlfriends and grandmothers; the 1987 disappearance of a Chicago college instructor who had been affiliated with a spiritual leader; the use of bloodhounds to trace missing persons.


March 8, 1996

An adoptee searches for her biological mother--who abandoned her on a New York subway as an infant; and two scientists seek to verify the existence of a sea creature in the waters off western Canada. Also: the 1994 abduction of a 6-year-old boy from his school. (Repeat)


March 15, 1996

Exploring the notion that Gettysburg, Pa., is overrun with ghosts from the crucial Civil War battle fought there in 1863. In other segments, a fugitive turns himself in; a forensic psychic offers theories on unsolved murders; a Kansas truck driver disappears in Arizona.


March 22, 1996

Two office workers injured in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing seek to find the men who rescued them from the toppled building; a woman's search for her birth mother offers promising news; author James Ellroy is inspired to probe an unsolved murder in his family. Also: a probe into the 1993 death of Presidential counsel Vincent Foster.


March 29, 1996

An Oklahoma woman claims that a lightning bolt brought about a miraculous cure; the surviving family of a murdered Maine veteran offers theories about his death; Nashville FBI agents arrest a fugitive in Clarksville, Tenn.


April 5, 1996

Repeat segments on the evidence in the 1959 death of actor George Reeves (TV's first Superman) includes interviews with costar Jack Larson (who played Jimmy Olsen), researcher Michael Hayde and biographer Jim Beaver. Also: an update on the murder of Los Angeles model Linda Sobeck; a woman's search for two brothers with whom she lost touch in the 1960's.


April 12, 1996

Segments examine a 19th-century stagecoach heist that reportedly led to the slaughter of Native Americans; a Houston woman's probe into her mother's slaying; a 1994 accident in Madison, Wis., that resulted in amnesia for a minor-league baseball player; and the manhunt for a kidnapping suspect linked to the armed robbery of a Nevada casino and hotel.


April 19, 1996

An examination of the mysterious Nazca Lines of Peru, gigantic geometric drawings believed to have been carved into the landscape some 2000 years ago. Also: a probe of eerie goings-on that have been spooking Texas cowboys.


April 26, 1996

Segments include the controversy surrounding the 1993 death of heiress Doris Duke; reports of a kangaroo-like monster (chupacabra) responsible for animal deaths in Puerto Rico; a viewer's tip leading to a fugitive's arrest in South America; a woman's search for two best friends.


May 3, 1996

A report on conspiracy theories surrounding the disappearance of photographs taken of Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 assassination in Los Angeles; the increasing threat of vigilante attacks on judges, Federal officials and law enforcement agents in the U.S.; and a motorcyclist's near-death experience on the highway. Also: the capture of a Federal fugitive.


May 10, 1996

A medical doctor sheds a new light on why death and illness seemingly followed the opening of King Tut's tomb in Egypt in 1922. Others interviewed attribute the casualties to a mummy's curse, a punishment to those who disturbed the Pharaoh's shrine. Also: the search for the mastermind of a bank robbery.


May 17, 1996

Reports include the search for suspects in the 1991 murder of actor Dennis Cole's son Joe, a Venice Beach, Cal. videographer who was the victim of a botched robbery. Also: an L.A. TV reporter tries to find his biological mother; a trail guide's mysterious vision helps locate a missing hiker in the mountains near Truckee, Cal.


May 31, 1996

Repeats segments include: reported sightings in the Adirondack Mountains of the ghost of a woman murdered at the turn of the century; the arrests of two fugitives in Salt Lake City; a 1994 convenience store robbery that was taped by a surveillance camera; the death of a forklift driver, whose former co-worker had disappeared; and the search for a fugitive.


June 14, 1996

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June 21, 1996

Reports include the arrest in Clarksville, Tenn., of a Federal fugitive; the drowning of a female student at a Maryland seamanship school; the death of Seattle rock musician Mia Zapata; a California woman's reunion with a daughter she gave up for adoption years before. (Repeat)


June 28, 1996

The 1993 disappearance of a man whose car was found abandoned near Lake Erie; an adoptee's search for three siblings; a woman's miraculous survival after being found in a snowbank; the 1992 murder of an airline employee. (Repeat)


July 5, 1996

Reports concern a ghost that is said to inhabit a Sunset Strip comedy club in L.A. Also: the suspicious 1986 death of a young man; a woman's search for a good Samaritan who helped her through troubled times at age 16; the reunion of two men who first met in war-torn Europe in 1944. (Repeat)


July 10, 1996

Segments examine a 19th-century stage-coach heist that reportedly led to the slaughter of Native Americans; a Houston woman's probe into her mother's slaying; a 1994 accident in Madison, Wis., that resulted in amnesia for a minor-league baseball player; and the manhunt for a kidnapping suspect linked to the armed robbery of a Nevada casino. (Repeat)


July 12, 1996

An interview sheds light on the case of the Green River serial murders in the Pacific Northwest. Also included: a 20-year-old Greenwich, Conn., murder case involving a teenager slain in her yard; communication with the dead. (Repeat)


August 16, 1996

An attorney injured in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing seeks to find the men who rescued him from the toppled building; a woman's search for her birth mother offers promising news; and an unsolved family murder influences one of author James Ellroy's crime novels. Also: a probe into the 1993 death of President counsel Vincent Foster. (Repeat)


August 23, 1996

Segments include the controversy surrounding the 1993 death of heiress Doris Duke; reports on a kangaroo-like monster (chupacabra) responsible for animal deaths in Puerto Rico; a woman's search for two friends. (Repeat)


August 30, 1996

A report on conspiracy theories surrounding the disappearance of photographs taken of Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 assassination in Los Angeles; the increasing threat of vigilante attacks on judges, Federal officials and law enforcement agents in the U.S.; and a motorcyclist's near-death experience on the highway. Also: the capture of a Federal fugitive. (Repeat)


September 6, 1996

A new segment details the search for two suspects in the murder of a Houston teenager in 1995. Repeat segments examine the manhunt for a bank robber; theories about the death of a murdered Maine veteran; and suspicions that a church fire may have been deliberately set.


September 13, 1996

A new segment spotlights a couple who rekindled their relationship at a high-school reunion and are now seeking the daughter they gave up for adoption more than two decades ago. Repeat segments include reports of a "mummy's curse" following the opening of King Tut's tomb in 1922.


1996-1997 (9th Season / NBC)


September 20, 1996

A ninth season of stories begins as amateur researchers find similarities in the cases of the Zodiac killer and the Unabomber; and a bizarre West Virginia case involves multiple identities--and murder. Also: two Macon, Ariz., college students are brutally murdered.

Link: Son of Susan (Kristin Smart case)


September 27, 1996

Reports include the suicide of actress Margaux Hemingway, granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway; a Los Angeles man's search for his biological mother; the hunt for the killers of two Mercer College students.


October 18, 1996

Included: the 1966 death of rock star Bobby Fuller, who some believe was murdered; and an update on a bizarre West Virginia murder case from 1994. Also: people who have been robbed in their homes form a coalition.


October 25, 1996

A Halloween-themed profile of a Salem, Mass., woman who uses her alleged psychic powers to help the police solve crimes. Other reports include the 1994 murder of a DEA agent in Phoenix; the story behind a New Yorker's 1991 lottery win.


November 1, 1996

Probing NASA findings of life on Mars. Other reports include an update on a 1988 construction-site fire in Kansas City, Mo.; possible foul play in the 1995 death of a Colorado man.


November 8, 1996

A report on incidents of sleepwalking; updates on the disappearance of two young sisters, and a man's search for his siblings. Also: a woman believes that her twin sister, who supposedly died at birth, may still be alive.


November 15, 1996

Segments include a man's 1985 experiences in a French hospital that led to his becoming a minister; another man's search for a good Samaritan who saved his life on the day his child was born; a toddler's 1993 abduction.


November 22, 1996

A talk with Cokeville, Wyo., residents whose lives were spared during a 1968 hostage crisis at an elementary school, and with patients of a doctor schooled in the ancient Chinese medical practice known as Qi Gong.

Wanted: James "Whitey" Bulger


December 6, 1996

Included: the 1966 death of rock star Bobby Fuller, who some believe was murdered; an update on a bizarre West Virginia murder case from 1994. Also: people who have been robbed in their homes from a coalition to catch the intruders. (Repeat)


December 13, 1996

Reports on a daring jail escape; a 1986 hostage incident at a Cokeville, Wyo., elementary school; the death of an international financial consultant in a fire at a Washington, D.C., townhouse; and an adoptee's desperate search for her biological parents.


December 27, 1996

Repeat segments include: amateur researchers find similarities in the cases of the Zodiac killer and the Unabomber. Other reports include a Phoenix teenager who claims that she was miraculously healed following a 1993 accident; an insurance scheme; missing college students.


January 3, 1997

Segments on heroic pets; a Phoenix woman's efforts to find her kidnapped daughter; a death on a hotel balcony; the search for a mail bomber who terrorized New York City area residents.


January 10, 1997

A report on the use of bee venom to treat the crippling effects of multiple sclerosis; an update on an Austrian woman's search for her adopted brother in America; an engineering lab's challenge to arguments in a Darien, Conn., rape trial.


January 17, 1997

Reports on the suicide of actress Margaux Hemingway, granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway; the hunt for the killers of two Mercer College students; and the search for a con man. Also: a Geneva, N.Y., man receives a letter (found in a bottle) that he'd written. (Repeat)


January 31, 1997

Examining the human-like characteristics of an unusual primate; the story of a missing reporter who disappeared in 1996; the search for a suspect in Mexico; and news of a so-called aphrodisiac "wonder drug."; final appeal of Tommy Ziegler.


February 7, 1997

Reports include one man's crusade to reinvestigate the 1994 death of rock star Kurt Cobain. Also: a controversial medical diagnosis--by a dog; a 1975 shootout at a furniture store; and a 1995 missing-persons case.


February 14, 1997

A report on aphrodisiacs, including one man's claim that chocolates improved his sex life; and theories involving a reported secret government ray gun. Also: a family finds new evidence in a son's 1977 death.


February 21, 1997

Segments include a case of reported vampirism involving the murders of a Florida couple; the death of a USC film student in Tijuana; suspicions of an insurance scam in Mexico.


March 7, 1997

A profile of a Salem, Mass., woman who uses her alleged psychic powers to help solve crimes. Other reports include the 1994 murder of a DEA agent; the story behind a New Yorker's 1991 lottery win. (Repeat)


March 14, 1997

Examining several theories about who gunned down rapper Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas in September 1996. Other segments involve the search for suspects in the abduction of a 5-year-old girl; and the armed robbery of a woman and her grandson. Also: two women's search for a long-lost brother.


March 21, 1997

Probing NASA findings of life on Mars. Other reports include possible foul play in the death of a Colorado man; the hunt for a woman's alleged captor; a viewer tip leading to a suspect's arrest in Jackson (Miss.). (Repeat)


March 28, 1997

Included: a profile of a so-called "psychic spy" in the Government's Stargate program; a report on cloning the dead; the search for a nanny wanted for questioning in Los Angeles.


April 4, 1997

A profile of a family that claims to be tormented by unseen forces, including ghostly visions, electrical phenomena and mysterious medical troubles; and so-called sightings of MIBs, strange and furtive "Men in Black" who travel in threes, speak in unison and are said to be aliens. Also: the search for a suspected swindler in Mexico.


April 11, 1997

Repeat segments include: incidents of sleepwalking; a woman believes that her twin sister, who supposedly died at birth, may still be alive; the abduction of a toddler; two brothers investigate their mother's puzzling disappearance. Also: an update on a construction-site fire in Kansas City, Mo.


April 18, 1997

Reports on so-called sightings of MIBs, furtive "Men in Black" who travel in threes, speak in unison and are said to be aliens; and a Canadian man's puzzling journey, ending in his death.


April 25, 1997

Authorities search for a suspect in the rapes of two Texas A&M students; a woman credits her medical recovery to a visit from a "healing UFO"; and a former reporter tries to locate the woman she recently discovered to be her sister. Also: a probe of why serial killers murder.


May 2, 1997

Reports of cyberstalkers using the anonymity of computers when threatening victims; a youngster's hypnosis-induced account of a past life as a soldier in the Civil War; the murder of a star lacrosse and soccer player.


May 9, 1997

American and Russian archaeologists discover the bones and weapons of ancient women warriors; Residents of Oakville, Washington, report mysterious gooey blobs that rained down from the sky; a comatose man experiences what doctors call a "miracle survival"; a mother searches for the murderer of her son.

Links: Chemtrail Central


May 16, 1997

Reports on a possible link between the bombing in Atlanta during the Summer Olympics and a series of bombings in Spokane, Wash.; the search for a Baltimore con man; the murder of a South Carolina beauty-shop owner.


May 23, 1997

Segments include a man's experiences in a French hospital that led to his becoming a minister; another man's search for a good Samaritan who saved his life on the day his child was born; and a boating accident that injured a woman. Also: the arrest of a fugitive and his wife in St. Paul (Minn.). (Repeat)


May 30, 1997

A talk with patients of a doctor schooled in the ancient Chinese medical practice qi gong; and reports on theories of a police frame-up in the O.J. Simpson case. Also: the FBI hunt for a Boston man. (Repeat)

Wanted: James "Whitey" Bulger


June 20, 1997

Segments on heroic pets; a Phoenix woman's efforts to find her kidnapped daughter; a death on a hotel balcony; the search for a mail bomber who terrorized New York residents. (Repeat)


June 27, 1997

Reports include one man's crusade to reinvestigate the 1994 death of rock star Kurt Cobain; Also: a controversial medical diagnosis--by a dog; a 1975 shootout at a furniture store; a 1995 missing-persons case involving two sisters. (Repeat)


July 4, 1997

Segments include the murder of Ennis Cosby; a fatal fall from a hotel balcony; and theories about an alleged Government ray gun. Also: a report on aphrodisiacs, including one man's claim that chocolates improved his sex life; a family finds new evidence in a son's 1977 death. (Repeat)


July 11, 1997

Examining an unusual primate's humanlike characteristics; the story of a missing reporter who disappeared in 1996; the murder of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey; and the search for a suspect in the killing of a Vancouver, Wash., woman. (Repeat)


July 18, 1997

A report on the use of bee venom to treat multiple sclerosis; an update on an Austrian woman's search for her adopted brother; an engineering lab's challenge to arguments in a rape trial. (Repeat)


July 25, 1997

Segments include a case of reported vampirism involving the murders of a Florida couple; the death of a USC film student in Tijuana; a report on an apparition seen along a Northern California roadside. (Repeat)


August 1, 1997

Examining several theories about who gunned down rapper Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas in September 1996. Other segments involve the search for suspects in the abduction of a 5-year-old girl; and the armed robbery of a woman and her grandson. (Repeat)


August 8, 1997

Included: a profile of a so-called "psychic spy" in the Government's Stargate program; a report on cloning the dead; the search for a nanny wanted for questioning in Los Angeles. (Repeat)


August 15, 1997

A profile of a family that claims to be tormented by unseen forces, including ghostly visions, electrical phenomena and mysterious medical troubles; and speculations concerning the crash of TWA flight 800. (Repeat)


August 22, 1997

Reports on so-called sightings of MIBs, furtive "Men in Black" who travel in threes, speak in unison and re said to be aliens; and a Canadian man's puzzling journey, ending in his death. (Repeat)


August 29, 1997

Authorities search for a suspect in the rapes of two Texas A&M students; a woman credits her medical recovery to a visit from a "healing UFO"; and a former reporter tries to locate the woman she recently discovered to be her sister. Also: a probe on why serial killers murder; an update on a missing youngster, located in Iceland. (Repeat)


September 5, 1997

Reports on a daring jail escape; a 1986 hostage incident at a Cokeville, Wyo., school; the death of a financial consultant in a fire at a Washington, D.C., townhouse; and an adoptee's search for her biological parents. (Repeat)


1997-1998 (10th Season / CBS)


Apr 1998-May 1998, CBS Fri 9:00-10:00
Jul 1998-Aug 1998, CBS Fri 9:00-10:00

November 13, 1997

The investigative series hosted by Robert Stack returns with segments on Elvis Presley's alleged suicide; and claims by Michael Landon's stepdaughter that the late actor has contacted her from beyond; murder of two young prostitutes; anonymous tip leads to buried bones.


April 3, 1998

The reality based series hosted by Robert Stack returns with stories about a woman who believes her baby may have been stolen in the delivery room; family members who believe their daughter's death was not an accident; authorities search for a gang member suspected of attacking a U.S. marine at an off-base party near San Diego.


April 10, 1998

Probing the mysteries of the ancient Nanteos Cup, believed by some to be the Holy Grail. The vessel is reputed to hold the power to heal those who drink from it.


April 17, 1998

A grainy gas-station video may hold the key to finding an Illinois girl missing since she set off on a joyride to Florida with her boyfriend, who was later found murdered. Other segments include a Vancouver, Wash., family who claims to share their home with spirits.


May 22, 1998

Townspeople of a British village offer a theory that a 300-year-old chair in a local pub can cause the deaths of those who sit in it. Also: an e-mail message taunts the police with grisly images of law officers; authorities seek clues to the death of a 6-year-old Texas girl.


May 29, 1998

Phoenix residents claim they saw odd, V-shaped lights in the skies when the Hale-Bopp Comet passed over the southwestern U.S. in 1997; a California woman discovers that she has three brothers and possibly three additional siblings.


July 24, 1998

Repeat of November 11, 1997 episode


July 31, 1998

Repeat of April 3, 1998 episode


August 7, 1998

Repeat of April 10, 1998 episode


August 14, 1998

A grainy gas-station video may hold the key to finding an Illinois girl missing since she set off on a joyride to Florida with her boyfriend, who was later found murdered. Other segments include a Vancouver, Wash., family who claims to share their home with spirits, which may be tied to an 1800s murder. (Repeat)


August 21, 1998

Townspeople of a British village offer a theory that a 300-year-old chair in a local pub can cause the deaths of those who sit in it. Also: an e-mail message taunts the police with grisly images of law officers; authorities seek clues to the death of a 6-year-old. (Repeat)


August 28, 1998

Repeat of May 29, 1998 episode


1999 (11th Season /CBS)


Apr 1999-Aug 1999, CBS Fri 9:00-10:00


April 2, 1999

The reality based investigative series, hosted by Robert Stack, returns with segments on miracles attributed to a 14-year old girl who lies in a coma; the brutal murder of a college journalist who threatened to implicate a fraternity in a campus rape.


April 9, 1999

Segments on the murder of three police officers during a Colorado shooting spree; reports of a Bigfoot-like creature in the Florida Everglades; the death of a newlywed in a tragic fall; a child's seemingly miraculous recovery, attributed to a psychic healer from Russia; and tales of a matchmaker ghost.


April 16, 1999

Segments include the disappearance of a runner whose husband is said to be fascinated with death; a claim that Tijuana police murdered a college student; two drivers alleged to have ESP after individual brushes with death; haunted cottage in England.


May 28, 1999

Woman vanishes while vacationing aboard a cruise ship; millennium predictions; cat burglar; son dreams of woman's attack; Las Vegas casino owner's death.

Link: Amy Bradley Site


June 4, 1999

Segments include an investigation into the brutal murder of a popular high-school student in Ohio; and two animal rescues, a blind dog rescues a drowning girl and a pig saves its owner. Also: families seek long-lost loved ones.

Links: Jessica Keen Memorial / Wikipedia / Wiki


June 11, 1999

Segments focus on a modern-day exorcism in Connecticut; a mystery surrounding an eccentric Rhode Island heiress; and a Mecca for Miracles in New Orleans, where a cancer patient seeks help; woman searches for her mother; Vietnam vet is sought after.


June 18, 1999

Repeat of April 2, 1999 episode


June 25, 1999

Repeat of Aprl 9, 1999 episode


July 23, 1999

Repeat of April 16, 1999 episode


July 30, 1999

Repeat of May 28, 1999 episode


August 6, 1999

Repeat of June 4, 1999 episode


August 13, 1999

Repeat of June 11, 1999 episode


2001 (11th Season / Lifetime)


Jul 2001-Nov 2001, Lifetime Mon-Fri 8:00-9:00

July 2nd, 2001 - Linda Sherman (Unexplained Death)
Sherman Murder - Linda Sherman was getting ready to leave her estranged husband, Don, after 10 tumultuous years of marriage, when she disappeared. Five years later someone put her skull in the bushes outside of Don's favorite restaurant. Was it a cruel practical joke? Linda's family wants to know who killed her.
Wiki

July 3rd, 2001 - Danny & Kathy Freeman (Unexplained Deaths)
Trailer Abduction & Murder - Ashley Freeman was celebrating her 16th birthday with her best friend, Lauria Bible. The next day, the Freeman trailer was found burned down. Inside it were the bodies of Ashley's mother and father, both of whom had been murdered. But where are Ashley and Lauria? Were they innocent victims of a political feud involving Ashley's father, or have they been kidnapped?
Wiki

July 4th, 2001 - Bryan Nisenfeld (Unexplained Death)
College Student Murder - After receiving threatening phone calls, 18-year-old Bryan Nisenfeld disappeared from his Rhode Island college campus. Six months later, one of his boots containing a piece of his foot washed ashore on nearby Hog Island. The University feels that he left campus of his own free will, and may have committed suicide. But his parents think he was murdered.
Wiki

July 5th, 2001 - Bill Rundle & Traci Kenley (Missing)
Nebraska Disappearance - Less than fifteen minutes from home, twenty-five-year-old Bill Rundle and twenty-eight-year-old Traci Kenley, two friends from Hastings, Nebraska, vanished from the highway. Did they disappear voluntarily, or meet with foul play?
UPDATE / Wiki

July 9th, 2001 - Camarena Family Adoption (Lost Loves)
Camarena Family Adoption - Over 40 years ago, the Camarena family was torn apart when a young mother was shot to death and five siblings were separated by adoption. Now Dolores Camarena is determined to find her long-lost siblings and reunite her family. Thanks to one of Unsolved Mysteries viewers, Lori Camarena Magnin has been reunited with many of her long-lost siblings.
Wiki

July 9th, 2001 - Amy Bechtel (Missing)
Missing Runner - At 9:30 a.m. on July 24, 1997, 24-year-old Amy Wroe Bechtel left her Lander, Wyoming apartment to run errands. Her husband, 27-year-old Steve Bechtel, went rock climbing with a friend. At 2:30 that afternoon, Amy was seen at a photo shop. This was the last confirmed sighting of Amy. It's believed she left the photo shop and drove into the Shoshone National Forest to check the course of a 10K race her gym was planning.
Wiki

July 10th, 2001 - Amy Bradley (Missing)
Missing Amy Bradley - Amy Bradley was last seen around 5:30 a.m. on the balcony of her family's cabin on a Royal Caribbean cruise liner on March 24, 1998. She and her brother Brad had returned from dancing in the ship's disco around 3:40 in the morning. They talked and smoked cigarettes on the suite's balcony. Amy's father awoke around five and saw her sitting out on the balcony. He went back to sleep. When he awoke an hour later, Amy was gone. Within an hour the family realized Amy was nowhere to be found. She has not been seen since.
AmyBradley.net / Wikipedia / Wiki

July 10th, 2001 - James Sullivan (Wanted)
Wanted: James Sullivan - In 1987, Atlanta socialite Lita Sullivan was shot to death by a hitman posing as a flower delivery man. Authorities are now searching for Lita's husband, James Sullivan, who has been charged with her murder.
Wikipedia / Wiki

July 11th, 2001 - Cadaver Dogs (Unexplained)
Cadaver Dogs - So extraordinary are the innate skills of cadaver dogs that they are like "idiot savants," possessed of abilities that few canines have. Such is the case of "Eagle," a Doberman Pinscher who has helped solve crimes which have stymied law enforcement.

July 12th, 2001 - Trisha Ann Autry (Missing)
Internet Abduction - 15-year old Trisha Ann Autry disappeared from her home in Utah in the early morning hours of June 24, 2000. Did she become the victim of an Internet predator?
Wiki

July 16th, 2001 - Past Life Memories (Unexplained)
Return from Heaven - Is it possible that our loved ones return to us after they die? We examine compelling stories of reincarnation within the same family as a grandmother is reincarnated as a daughter, and a father and son switch roles in the next generation.

July 17th, 2001 - Craig Pritchert & Nova Guthrie (Wanted)
Bonnie & Clyde 2001 - Craig Pritchert and Nova Guthrie are bank robbers on the run. This glamorous modern-day Bonnie & Clyde couple have held up over 12 banks, grabbing over half a million dollars. When and where will they strike next?
UPDATE
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July 18th, 2001 - Landon & Logan Walker (Missing)
Missing Walker Boys - In January 2000, Christy Walker's two young sons disappeared while in the custody of their father. There have been numerous sightings of the boys, including some from as far away as Brazil. Will Christy Walker be reunited with her two sons?
Wiki

July 18th, 2001 - Alan Golder (Wanted)
The Dinnertime Bandit - Jewel thief Alan Golder, 43, is quite possibly the best cat burglar in America. He typically strikes when his victims are home in the early evening, prompting law enforcement agencies to dub him "The Dinnertime Bandit." Between 1976 and 1980, Golder stole millions in gems from some of America's wealthiest families.
Wikipedia / Wiki

July 19th, 2001 - Jerry Lee Bowen (Wanted)
Wanted: Jerry Bowen - Jerry Bowen is a killer on the loose. Convicted in Alabama for murdering his ex-wife, Bowen skipped out just before sentencing. Can you help authorities bring him to justice?
Wiki

July 20th, 2001 - Kristen Modaferri (Missing)
Where's Kristen? - Kristen Modafferi decided to spend her summer vacation in San Francisco, studying photography. Then one day, she suddenly vanished. Bloodhounds traced her scent to the edge of the Pacific Ocean. What happened to Kristen Modafferi?
Help Find Kristen Modaferri / FindKristen.com / Wikipedia / Wiki

July 23rd, 2001 - Lizzie Borden House (Unexplained)
Lizzie Borden House - On August 4, 1892, Lizzie Borden murdered her stepmother and father in the family's home in Fall River, Massachusetts. Some claim the Borden house - now a bed & breakfast - is haunted by the spirits of Lizzie's dead parents.
Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast / Wikipedia / Wiki

July 24th, 2001 - Real Life Dr. Doolittle - Sonya Fitzpatrick (Unexplained)
Real Life Dr. Doolittle? - Sonya Fitzpatrick claims to have the ability to communicate with animals. Is she a real-life Dr. Doolittle?
Sonya Fitzpatrick Site
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July 25th, 2001 - Ghost Boy - Michael Jones (Unexplained)
Ghost Boy - The family of a thirteen-year-old boy claims he has been terrorized by glowing balls of light, levitating furniture, and demons that leave their mark on his body. Who, or what, is haunting this boy?

July 26th, 2001 - Bioenergy Healer - Yefim Shubentsov (Unexplained)
Bioenergy Healer - Yefim Shubentsov claims to use "bioenergy" to cure thousands of people of their addictions, chronic pain and phobias. Does his healing power really work? And if so, how?
Wikipedia

July 30th, 2001 - John Patrick Addis (Wanted)
Wanted: John Addis - John Addis, once a talented young detective with a mind for forensic science, is now a man on the run, wanted for the murder of his girlfriend. Can you help authorities track him down?
Wiki

July 31st, 2001 - Judith Smith (Unexplained Death)
Judith Smith Murder - In September 1997, five months after she had mysteriously vanished, Judith Smith was found dead on a remote hillside in North Carolina. Was Judith abducted and killed by a stranger? Or did she go with her killer voluntarily?
Wiki

August 1st, 2001 - Myrtles Plantation (Unexplained)
Myrtles Plantation - In September 1997, five months after she had mysteriously vanished, Judith Smith was found dead on a remote hillside in North Carolina. Was Judith abducted and killed by a stranger? Or did she go with her killer voluntarily?
The Myrtles Plantation / Wikipedia

August 2nd, 2001 - Jesse James Hollywood (Wanted)
Wanted: Jesse James Hollywood - Jesse James Hollywood, a big-time marijuana dealer, is wanted by authorities for the kidnapping and murder of a 15-year old boy.
Wikipedia / Wiki

August 2nd, 2001 - Jessica Keen (Unexplained Death)
Jessica Keen - Fifteen-year old Jessica Keen was an all-American girl - a cheerleader and honor student. But when she began dating 18-year-old Shawn Thompson, she began to rebel. She quit cheerleading and skipped school to secretly see Shawn. On March 4, 1991, she was placed in a group home for troubled teens. On March 15th, Jessica and Shawn argued on the phone. She left the home saying she was going to the downtown mall. She was last seen alive at the bus stop.
Jessica Keen Memorial
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August 6th, 2001 - Desiree Dawn Lingo-Perkins (Wanted)
Undesirable Desiree - In March 2000, the son of a prominent Texas businessman was kidnapped and killed. Three arrests have been made, but authorities are still searching for the female accomplice who helped carry out the brutal crime.
Wiki

August 6th, 2001 - Carl D. McWilliams (Wanted)
Fugitive Molester - Police at State College, Pennsylvania need your help to locate a man accused of molesting a young girl.
UPDATE
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August 6th, 2001 - Jayson Artis (Unexplained Death)
Jayson Artis - On Saturday, August 1, 1998, a 20-year-old Los Angeles college student, Jayson Artis, along with his brother, Steve, and a friend, Mike, headed for Tijuana to party. The American Consulate said Jayson was a victim of a hit and run accident. But Jayson's family and friends suspect he was beaten to death by the Tijuana police. How did a college student turn up dead on the streets of Tijuana? Jayson's Aunt, Tina Martin, has spearheaded a search for the truth.
Wiki

August 7th, 2001 - Wil Hendrick (Missing)
Missing Theatre Student - In January 1999, Wil Hendrick mysteriously vanished while at a friend's party. What happened to this popular and talented theatre student?
more information
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August 8th, 2001 - Debra & Diana Cordova (Lost Loves)
Patti's Little Girls - Patti Cordova Lemmer has not seen her two daughters since they were taken from her over forty years ago. Can you help reunite Patti with her little girls?
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August 9th, 2001 - Gordon Weaver (Wanted)
Wanted Weaver - Police believe Gordon Weaver killed his wife for her insurance money, then staged his own death. The FBI wants your help in apprehending this dangerous fugitive.
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August 9th, 2001 - James "Whitey" Bulger and Catherine Greig (Wanted)
Whitey Bulger - For more than 20 years, James J. "Whitey" Bulger has been the reputed Don of New England's Irish Mafia. Bulger has been described as a throwback to the gangsters of the 1930s: quick-witted, hot tempered, and ruthless. A petty thief turned bank robber, he spent nine years in federal prisons, including Alcatraz. After his release, Bulger allegedly established an empire in South Boston. According to authorities, Bulger ruled his turf with an iron fist, and in the process earned an estimated $25 million.
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August 13th, 2001 - Leah Roberts (Missing)
Missing Kerouac Fan - Just 23 years old and a die-hard Jack Kerouac fan, Leah Roberts' bashed up jeep was found thousands of miles away, 10 days after she left for an unannounced cross-country road trip... but there was no blood, no body and no sign of struggle. Does an anonymous tipster hold the key to unlocking this mystery?
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August 14th, 2001 - Arthur Lopez, Jr. (Wanted)
Fugitive Drug Hitman - The Lopez family was part of a drug ring that distributed huge quantities of cocaine and marijuana in Wisconsin. In 1999 a federal indictment led to the arrest of eight family members. But the drug ring's enforcer, Arthur Lopez, is still on the loose. Can you help authorities capture him?
Wiki

August 15th, 2001 - Natasha Jennings (Unexplained Death)
How Did Natasha Die? - In 1997, 16-year-old Natasha Jennings was found dead in the bedroom of her aunt's home. Accusations of drug abuse, sexual assault and murder swirl about the case. How, and why, did Natasha Jennings die?
Wiki

August 16th, 2001 - Clayton Waagner (Wanted)
Wanted Waagner - In February 2001, career criminal and extreme anti-abortionist Clayton Waagner escaped from jail using a plastic comb. Waagner has not committed murder... yet. The more time that passes, the more likely he is to follow through with his self-proclaimed "Mission from God" - to kill abortionists. Can you help put him behind bars before he does so?
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August 20th, 2001 - Jodie Bordeaux (Unexplained Death)
Bordeaux Murder - A young couple's life is torn apart when their home is shot up by a killer with a high-powered rifle. Who murdered Jodie Bordeaux?
Wiki

August 21st, 2001 - Dr. Emily Craig (Investigators)
Forensic Anthropologist - Dr. Emily A. Craig helps police uncover the truth behind some of their most baffling cases. But can she help them solve the murder of a missing hitchhiker (Nancy Daddysman)?
Wiki

August 22nd, 2001 - Malaika Griffin (Wanted)
Wanted: Malaika Griffin - Malaika Griffin had a volatile relationship with her neighbors which turned deadly when she allegedly shot and killed Jason Horsely in cold blood. Can you help police apprehend her?
Wikipedia / Wiki

August 23rd, 2001 - Twin Connection (Unexplained)
Twin Connection - Although many identical twins are known to have extraordinary connections, the uncanny bond between Karen and Kathy Mills is one-in-a-million. Learn more about their strange experiences, which include telepathic communication.
Wiki

August 23rd, 2001 - Sharon Kinne (Wanted)
Sharon Kinne - March 19, 1960. A sheriff's deputy in Independence, Missouri was summoned by a distraught 20-year-old woman named Sharon Kinne. The deputy found Kinne's husband dead of a gunshot wound to the head. Authorities initially believed Kinne when she told them it was a tragic accident. She explained that her two-year-old daughter was responsible for accidentally shooting her own father. Kinne collected on an insurance policy and proceeded to buy a new sports car and take up with a married man. When the wife of this married boyfriend was found murdered in a similar fashion, Sharon Kinne became the prime suspects in both deaths.
Wiki

August 24th, 2001 - Darlie Lynn Routier (Final Appeal)
Darlie Lynn Routier - In June of 1996, the Rowlett, Texas home of Darin and Darlie Routier was invaded by an intruder or intruders who murdered two of the three Routier children and slashed Darlie's throat, as well as inflicting other serious wounds. Unable to find a suspect who had any clear connection to the crime, possibly because of documented mishandling of the crime scene by police and others who entered the house after the murders, the Dallas District Attorney eventually charged Darlie Routier with the murder of her own children, accusing her of inflicting the near-fatal injuries on herself.
The Darlie Routier Case / Wikipedia / Wiki

August 27th, 2001 - David Shipenburg (Lost Love)
Marianne's Search - Marianne Malky has been searching for her son, David, for over 25 years. Can you help reunite them?
Wiki

August 27th, 2001 - Jason McVean (Wanted)
Jason McVean - On May 29, 1998, Police Officer Dale Claxton was shot to death as he sat in his police cruiser in Cortez, Colorado. Claxton had just pulled over a truck which had been stolen the day before in Ignacio, Colorado. As the officer awaited word from the dispatcher, three suspects from inside the truck allegedly brandished automatic weapon and began firing, killing Claxton instantly.
Wiki

August 28th, 2001 - Morgan Nick (Missing)
Missing Morgan - On July 9, 1995, six-year-old Morgan Nick was abducted while watching a Little League baseball game in Alma, Arkansas. Now, Colleen Nick, Morgan's mother, is helping other parents locate their missing children, including a five-month old baby who was recently abducted at a Phoenix swap meet.
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August 29th, 2001 - Rachael Raver (Unexplained Deaths)
Virginia Murders - College sweethearts Rachael Raver and Warren Fulton were murdered by an unknown assailant in December 1988. Does recently discovered evidence link that crime to a serial killer?
Wiki

August 31st, 2001 - Claudia Kirschhoch (Missing)
Jamaica Disappearance - Travel writer Claudia Kirschhoch vanished while visiting a popular Jamaican resort. Claudia's parents believe that resort employees are not telling everything they know about her disappearance. What happened to Claudia Kirschhoch?
Wiki

September 4th, 2001 - Randy Yager (Wanted)
Fugitive Biker Outlaw - Did Margie Jelovcic willingly join her fugitive biker boyfriend - or could something more sinister explain her abrupt disappearance? Margie's family believes that even if she is with Randy Yager, she is no longer his girlfriend, but his victim.
Wiki

September 5th, 2001 - Carlos Garcia Berdeja (Wanted)
Wanted: Cook/Killer? - The FBI in Los Angeles is looking for Carlos Berdeja, a short-order cook who is wanted for the murder of a co-worker. Can you help authorities find him?
Wiki

September 6th, 2001 - Children of Heaven (Unexplained)
Children of Heaven - It is said there is no greater grief than for those who have lost a child. But do these children go on to a different life - in another dimension?
Wiki

September 6th, 2001 - Stella Hut (Lost Love)
Stella Hut - In the early 1970's. Robert Wortman was in the Air Force officer and was stationed in Seoul. In 1972 he met and married a Korean woman named Ok Cha. Robert called her Sunny. They had a daughter, Stella, who was born on January 6, 1973. Shortly thereafter, the family moved to an Air Force Base in Japan. Stella remembers visiting the ice-cream parlor where her mother worked. All in all, it was a blissful time for young Stella. A few years later, Stella's father requested a transfer to New Jersey. Shortly before the move, Sunny went to visit her family in Seoul. But on move day, Sunny had not yet returned and was never seen again by Robert.
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September 6th, 2001 - Gordon Page, Jr. (Missing)
Gordon Page, Jr. - Gordon Page, Jr. was born with autism but wasn't correctly diagnosed until age 27. In May of 1991, Gordie walked away from a group home in Michigan and hasn't been seen since.
Wiki

September 7th, 2001 - Karl Rehberg (Wanted)
French Fry Fraud - Karl Rehberg is on the run for bilking investors to the tune of $21 million. But he's not your ordinary fugitive: Karl Rehberg likes to dress in dowdy women's clothing, including a slightly off-kilter wig and orthopedic shoes. Can you help police nab this dressed-in-drag con man?
Wiki

September 10th, 2001 - Jill Behrman (Missing)
Missing Cyclist - On May 31, 2000, 19-year-old Jill Behrman vanished while riding her bike in Bloomington, Indiana. Could her disappearance by linked to an attempted abduction in the same area?
Jill Behrman Fact Files / Wiki

September 11th, 2001 - Lois Gibson (Investigators)
Master Sketch Artist - Lois Gibson is a self-taught portrait artist who is able to get inside the heads of traumatized victims and witnesses and can draw extraordinarily accurate pictures of criminals who have committed murder, rape, robbery and everything in-between. Can you help authorities put names to some of her latest composites sketches?
Unsolved.com / Wiki

September 12th, 2001 - Mike Emert (Unexplained Death)
Seattle Realtor Murder - Mike Emert's murder was as mysterious as it was shocking. It appeared to be carefully planned and meticulously executed. But why would anyone plot to kill an unassuming realtor with an exemplary past? Perhaps you hold the clue that can help police solve this baffling mystery.
Wiki

October 1st, 2001 - Michael Alfonso (Wanted)
Wanted: Michael Alfonso - On June 6, 2001, Michael Alfonso shot and killed his former girlfriend in broad daylight in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant. Can you help put this cold-blooded killer behind bars?
Wiki

October 2nd, 2001 - Heather Tallchief and Robert Solis (Wanted)
Las Vegas Heist - In 1993, a 21-year old security guard, Heather Tallchief, drove an armored car carrying more than $3 million off the Las Vegas strip and into oblivion. Authorities believe Tallchief and her partner, Roberto Solis, had planned "the perfect crime" for months. Can you help bring them to justice?
Wikipedia / Wiki

October 3rd, 2001 - Gregory Caplinger (Wanted)
Fake Doctor Fraud - Dr. Gregory Caplinger was supposedly an accomplished physician who had developed an experimental drug therapy that he claimed could fight many deadly diseases, including AIDS and Hepatitis. But it turned out that Caplinger was actually nothing more than a con-man who scammed millions from investors and preyed on the dying and their families.
Wiki

October 4th, 2001 - Leonard Dirickson (Missing)
Lenny Dirickson - One morning in March 1998, Lenny Dirickson left his Oklahoma farmhouse to show an inquisitive stranger a studhorse Lenny had for sale. He never returned. Now his family's asks for your help in locating Lenny Dirickson.
Wiki

October 15th, 2001 - Star Palumbo (Missing)
Star Palumbo - In the early morning hours of April 26th, 2000, a disoriented young woman was spotted wandering in a restricted area of the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. Police officers escorted the woman to a nearby hotel, where she promptly vanished. The woman, Star Palumbo, was once a vivacious brunette full of hope and promise. But an escalating drug habit turned that promise into despair and may have induced a psychosis that left Star unaware of who, or where, she is.
Wiki

October 16th, 2001 - Curtis Pishon (Missing)
Curtis Pishon - Curtis Pishon was working as a security guard for a New Hampshire manufacturing firm when he suddenly disappeared in the middle of the night. His family is convinced that Curtis is the victim of foul play.
Wiki

October 17th, 2001 - Cindy Wismiller (Missing)
Cindy Wismiller - Cindy Wismiller worked as a courier for a company that replenished cash in ATM machines. Then one day she suddenly vanished, apparently taking close to $300,000 in cash with her. Videotapes show an unidentified, mysterious person helping her with the bags of cash. Was she the victim of a robbery, or a participant in it?
Wiki

October 18th, 2001 - Wendi Long (Missing)
Wendi Long - Twenty-one year old Wendi Long's night of partying with her friends ended with her riding away with two unidentified men. She has not been seen since. Can you help Wendi's parents - and police - identify these men and locate Wendi Long?
UPDATE / Wiki

November 19th, 2001 - Regina & Margaret DeFrancisco (Wanted)
Twisted Sisters - Oscar Valazquez thought he was doing his girlfriend, 18-year-old Regina DeFrancisco, a favor when he loaned her $1,000. Authorities say that Regina and her sister returned the favor by shooting Oscar in the back of the head. Police need your help to track down these two cold-blooded killers.
Wiki

November 26th, 2001 - Steamer Trunk Corpse (Unexplained Death)
Steamer Trunk Corpse - Authorities need your help in identifying a man whose body was stuffed into a steamer trunk and left on a scenic overlook in Harper's Ferry National Historic Park.
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April 29th, 2002 - Megan Curl (Unexplained Death)
Megan Curl Murder - Megan Curl was a friendly, outgoing woman who loved to dance at Texas nightclubs. But when she became the victim of a gruesome murder, authorities suspected the killer was someone she met at one of the clubs. Now they need your help to track down Megan's killer. (Note: this segment was scheduled to originally air on 10/04/01 and later 12/10/01, but apparently didn't air on either those dates. It was not shown until one of the early morning repeats on April 29th, 2002.)
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2002 (12th Season / Lifetime)


Jun 2002-Sep 2002, Lifetime Mon-Fri 8:00-9:00

June 10th, 2002 - Joyce Chiang (Unexplained Death)
The Other Intern - Chandra Levy's tragic disappearance and murder has riveted a nation, but she was not the first government intern to disappear. Two years earlier Joyce Chiang vanished from the same neighborhood in Washington D.C. Some believe that the similarities in their cases may be far more than a coincidence. Could a serial killer be on the loose in our nation's capitol?
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June 11th, 2002 - Dr. Sneha Philip (Missing)
Ground Zero - Among the thousands of flyers plastered around New York's Ground Zero is one that features a beautiful 31-year-old female physician. Surrounded by so many missing person photos, it's easy to miss the detail that differentiates hers from the others. The flyer of Sneha Philip reads "Missing since Monday, September 10th."
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June 12th, 2002 - Eric Rudolph (Wanted)
Olympic Park Bomber - Millions of people around the world were shaken by the Olympic park bombing in Atlanta on the night of July 27, 1996. Yet many are unaware that the person responsible for planting what the FBI called "one of the largest pipe bombs in U.S. history" has yet to be caught. Can you help authorities track down Eric Rudolph and bring him to justice?
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June 13th, 2002 - Amber Swartz (Missing)
Amber Swartz - In 1988, seven-year-old Amber Swartz vanished in Pinole, California. She is one of at least six young girls who have vanished from the San Francisco area near Interstate 80 over the past 20 years. Is there a serial kidnapper on the loose?
Wiki

June 14th, 2002 - Frank Montenegro (Wanted)
Fugitive Teacher - When elementary school teacher Frank Montenegro sacrificed his carefree bachelor life to move back home to take care of his five brothers and sisters, many people considered him a hero. But after being accused of sexually molesting two of his students, he is now considered a fugitive from prosecution. Can you help police find Frank Montenegro?
Wiki

June 14th, 2002 - Mickey Thompson (Unexplained Death - Update)
Mickey Thompson Update - On March 16, 1988, race car legend Mickey Thompson and his wife, Trudy, were gunned down in the driveway of their home. Now, 14 years later, police have arrested a suspect in the brutal double murder. Learn more in our new update to this story.
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June 17th, 2002 - Mary Lou Morris & Mary McGinnis Morris (Unexplained Deaths)
Mary Morris Murders - In October of 2000, two woman were murdered in Houston, Texas. But what makes those two murders both bizarre and incredible is that both victims shared the same name and were killed in very similar manners. Some believe the slayings were related, possibly the work of an inept contract killer.
Wiki

June 18th, 2002 - Robert Fisher (Wanted)
Family Man Fugitive - Robert Fisher seemed to have all a man could want: devoted wife, a son and daughter, and a suburban home at the end of a cul-de-sac. Then Fisher was accused of annihilating his entire family: slashing their throats while sleeping, then rigging the house to explode. After nearly a year, Fisher - an elusive and wily suspect - remains on the run.
Wiki

June 19th, 2002 - Stephen Howard Anderson (Wanted)
Kentucky Bomber - When Sheriff's Deputy Scott Elder stopped a man for reckless driving, he thought it was a routine traffic stop. But when the driver took off, Elder found himself exchanging gunfire with the man. Police were baffled by the driver's behavior until they found his car and home loaded with weapons, explosives and 20,000 rounds of ammunition. The discovery left some pondering the question: Was Stephen Anderson poised to launch his own private war?
Wiki

June 20th, 2002 - Anthrax Murders (Unexplained Deaths)
Anthrax Murders - When postal worker Norma Wallace came down with the sniffles, her doctors told her she had the flu and prescribed Tylenol. But when her symptoms worsened, doctors made a shocking discovery: Norma had been exposed to anthrax spores and was seriously ill. Then other cases of anthrax poisoning came to light, and the nation went on high alert: Someone was disseminating anthrax through the U.S. Mail. But who?
Wikipedia / Wiki

June 21st, 2002 - Monica Libao (Lost Love)
Monica's Search - Thirty-seven year old Monica Libao made a promise to herself: As soon as her parents died, she would find out, once and for all, if she had really been kidnapped as an infant. Since the death of her parents, Monica spends most of her free time looking for clues. She hopes that you may have the key that will unlock her secret past.
Wiki

June 24th, 2002 - Ann Kibalo (Wanted)
Kibalo Kidnapping - Mike Kibalo thought he had the perfect life when his wife, Ann, gave birth to their daughter, Samantha, in January of 1999. But shortly thereafter, Ann Kibalo began acting strangely, and now she has kidnapped Samantha and is on the run. With Ann suffering from several mental disorders, Mike fears his daughter is in grave danger.
Wiki

June 25th, 2002 - Holly Krewson (Missing)
A Mother's Search - Holly Krewson disappeared from La Mesa, California during the spring of 1995. Despite her mother's exhaustive efforts to find her, what happened to Holly remains a mystery. But several recent events - including a psychic's eerie vision and a mysterious phone call - makes her mother believe that Holly is alive and that she will see her again.
Wiki

June 26th, 2002 - Child Prodigies (Unexplained)
Child Prodigies - On rare occasions, the world has been introduced to children who possess mysterious powers and excel in the worlds of art and science. The incredible talents of such young geniuses have fascinated and puzzled scholars for centuries. What can possibly explain the phenomenon of "Child Prodigies"?
Albert Wong

June 27th, 2002 - Kristine Sue Westin and Kevin Dale Woo (Wanted)
Baby Killers - On July 13, 1997, Kristine Sue Westin and her boyfriend Kevin Dale Woo allegedly drowned their newborn baby in the bathroom of their Las Vegas hotel room. They have been sighted in the Southern California area as recently as October of 2001. Can you help police capture this cold-blooded couple?
Wiki

June 28th, 2002 - Mary Sullivan/Boston Strangler (Unexplained Death)
Boston Strangler - Recently unearthed DNA evidence suggests Albert DeSalvo, the man thought to be the "Boston Strangler," was not the killer of 19-year-old Mary Sullivan, the woman believed to be the eleventh victim. This new development raises doubts about whether Albert DeSalvo actually killed any of the women he confessed to strangling in the 1960s. If Albert DeSalvo isn't the "Boston Strangler," then is the real Strangler still at large?
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July 1st, 2002 - Frederick Russell (Wanted)
Fatal Driver - University honors student Frederick Russell fled shortly before failing to answer charges in a horrific multi-crash, multi-fatality drunk driving accident. He insists that the lives of both he and his family had been repeatedly threatened.
Wiki

July 2nd, 2002 - David Lee Kemp (Wanted)
David Lee Kemp - In 1998, David Lee Kemp was charged with fatally shooting his estranged wife and her new boyfriend. While awaiting trial for the crimes, however, he managed to escape from an Oklahoma prison and elude capture again in Las Vegas. Can you help bring David Kemp to justice?
Wiki

July 3rd, 2002 - Omar Arroyo (Wanted)
Musical Con Man - For hundreds of working class families in Los Angeles, a school that offered affordable music lessons for their kids seemed too good to be true. It was. Now police need your help to track down the ruthless con artist who ran the school - and bilked parents out of more than a million dollars.
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July 8th, 2002 - Stryder Styarfyr (Wanted)
Stryder Styarfyr - After a late summer fishing trip, Stryder Styarfyr and another man headed for home. As the boat sped across the water, Stryder reached for a beer from an ice chest. The boat's driver turned around, Stryder was gone, never to be seen again. The apparent accidental drowning of Stryder Styarfyr has been in question ever since. Authorities believe that Styarfyr was staging his own death, so that he would not be pursued on sexual child molestation charges. Have you seen Stryder Styarfyr?
Wiki

July 10th, 2002 - Hazel Leota Head (Wanted)
Hazel Leota Head - When retired trucker and widower Charles Barker met Hazel Leota Head in a Bossier City, Louisiana riverboat casino, he was looking for love and companionship. Hazel was looking for something else. Two months later Barker was dead, his bank account empty, and his late model Lincoln Town Car missing. So was Hazel Head.
Wiki

July 12th, 2002 - William James Kilgore (Wanted)
James William Kilgore - In 1975, a notorious band of radicals known as the SLA allegedly gunned down an innocent woman during a bank heist. Finally - some 27 years later - they're being brought to trial on murder charges. All except one: Fugitive Jim Kilgore is still on the loose.
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July 15th, 2002 - Doggie Doctors? (Unexplained)
Doggie Doctors? - The strength and accuracy of a dog's nose is legendary. Using this powerful sense of smell, is it possible a dog can actually diagnose a life-threatening illness? Two incredible dogs offer persuasive evidence that man's best friend may be able to save lives in mysterious ways.

July 17th, 2002 - Black Hope Curse (Unexplained)
Black Hope Curse - For the families who bought new houses in a subdivision near Houston, Texas, life in their dream homes quickly turned into a nightmare. When one couple began to dig a swimming pool, they unearthed two bodies and were horrified to discover that their homes rested atop an old slave burial ground. And that was only the beginning of their frightening - and unexplainable - odyssey.
Wiki

July 19th, 2002 - Elizabeth Bagwell (Lost Love)
Gazebo Baby - Thirty years ago, a baby girl was abandoned beneath a gazebo outside the village hall in Addison, Illinois. Now this lovely young woman is searching for her birth parents. There is no anger in her heart; she would just like them to meet their two beautiful grandsons.
Wiki

July 19th, 2002 - Kimberly Smith (Love Love)
Kimberly Smith - On February 9, 1965, a young mother dropped her infant daughter off at a Richmond, Virginia hospital for eye surgery. She never came back. Today, Kimberly Smith, 37, is hoping to find her birth parents to get some answers and a clear picture of her family medical history, including the congenital glaucoma that she fears she may pass on to her own children.
Wiki

July 22nd, 2002 - California Serial Killer (Unexplained Death)
California Serial Killer - In the late 1970's, the Sacramento area was terrorized by a serial rapist. Forty-four rapes in three years left police baffled and the case remained unsolved. In 1996, a criminalist in a nearby county made the shocking discovery: this rape series was linked to one of the largest serial killing sprees in California history.
Wiki

July 26th, 2002 - Eric Tamiyasu (Unexplained Death)
Eric Tamiyasu - On June 30, 2001, the badly-decomposed body of 41-one-year-old Eric Tamiyasu was discovered on his bed. Because police initially believed Eric had died of natural causes, they ordered the bed and bedding burned. But an autopsy revealed that Eric had been shot three times in the head. More than a year later, with no suspects named and the murder still unsolved, rumors are flying around the community of Hood River, Oregon.
Wiki

July 29th, 2002 - "Mothman" (Unexplained)
"Mothman" - Some believe a crumbling set of buildings outside of Point Pleasant, West Virginia are home to one of the most bizarre and terrifying creatures ever to walk the earth: half-man, half-bird, and a portent of impending disaster. Those who have seen the creature called it "Mothman."
Wikipedia / Wiki

August 2nd, 2002 - Canadian Crop Circles (Unexplained)
Canadian Crop Circles - Intricate formations in fields of crops often pop up overnight in the middle of nowhere. Many are attributed to clever pranksters - but others have no rational explanation at all. Are crop circles the work of some strange force on earth? Or, something not of this world?
Wiki

August 8th, 2002 - Jon Christian Maggio (Wanted)
Jon Christian Maggio - Born rich and spoiled rotten, Jon Christian Maggio seemed to figure out one big thing -- it's better to support one's privileged lifestyle by working white collar scams than doing time for violent assaults. The cherubic looking Maggio allegedly has operated both sides and is now on the lam, crisscrossing the country with his pretty bride, a naïve young woman who may not be an entirely willing companion.
Wiki

August 9th, 2002 - Colleen Wood (Missing)
Colleen Wood - A Florida woman meets the man of her dreams - and soon they chart a swashbuckling life together on the high seas. But suddenly, she vanishes into thin air. Only then is her boyfriend's past revealed - and it stuns everyone.
Wiki

August 12th, 2002 - Lance Marshall Bedgood (Wanted)
Cold Case Investigator - A Texas woman was robbed and murdered in her own driveway. Leads were few and the case soon grew cold. Now, more than a decade later, Detective Roben Talton is in hot pursuit of Opal Zacharias' ruthless killer.
Wiki

August 12th, 2002 - Rachel Cooke (Missing)
Rachel Cooke - On January 10th, 2002, a 19-year-old college student disappeared while jogging near her family's home in Georgetown, Texas. Can you help find Rachel Cooke?
Wiki

August 16th, 2002 - William Peter Fischer (Wanted)
William Fischer - It began innocently enough - a selfless good deed by Billy Fischer convinced Nancy Hyer that they should become friends. Three weeks later Nancy sat down to dinner with Billy and his father. Soon two would be dead and the third missing. Authorities have charged Billy's dad with their murder - and they need your help in finding him.
Wiki

August 19th, 2002 - Lisa Ann Myers Neugent (Missing)
Missing Lisa - To Brenda and Jerry Myers he seemed the perfect gentlemen - someone who would take good care of their only daughter, Lisa. But Frank Isley soon became increasingly jealous and even threatening. Now, Lisa Myers has disappeared without a trace – and so has Frank Isley.
Wiki

August 20th, 2002 - Donna Baldeo (Unexplained Death)
Fire Murder - Donna Baldeo finds a threatening note demanding money outside the bank where she works. The author of the note threatens violent retaliation if Donna does not heed the warning. Five weeks later a deadly fire erupts outside of her apartment. Coincidence? Or was Donna Baldeo the target of a vicious extortionist?
Wiki

August 20th, Lyle Moody (Wanted - UPDATE)
UPDATE: Cop Assault - On August 18, 1984, Albuquerque, New Mexico police officer Vic Webb was seriously wounded in a gunfight with a fleeing felon. Learn how police have finally brought his assailant to justice.
Wiki

August 21st, 2002 - Janice & Alyssa Owen (Unexplained Death)
Suspect or Victim - When 8-year-old Alyssa Owen turned up dead, police went looking for her mother to notify her. But when they couldn't find Janice Owen, they wondered if she might be a possible suspect in the crime. Six weeks later another grisly murder led police down an entirely different path. Why would anyone want to murder an innocent 8-year old girl?
Wiki

August 22nd, 2002 - John Milton Feiga (Wanted)
Wanted Boyfriend - Thirty-three-year-old pharmacist Erica Richardson had it all, including an abusive ex-boyfriend who refused to let her go. When Erica was found dead on the floor of her home, with the former boyfriend’s car parked in her driveway, police wanted to find and question him. But John Milton Feiga had disappeared.
Wiki

August 23rd, 2002 - Wendi Long (Missing - UPDATE)
UPDATE: Wendi Long - April 13th, 2001, 21-year-old Wendi Long disappeared after attending a party with some friends. Seven months later, her body was discovered near a Louisiana highway. Now police have made an arrest in the case.
Wiki

August 23rd, 2002 - Carson Prince (Unexplained Death)
Carson Prince - A 19-year-old college student’s car becomes disabled along an interstate. Minutes later, in full view of other motorists, the same young woman finds herself in a life or death struggle as she hurtles down the highway. Authorities need your help to find her killer.
Wiki

August 26th, 2002 - Margo Freshwater (Wanted)
Margo Freshwater - In 1970, Margo Freshwater escaped from prison where she was serving a 99-year sentence for murder. Over 30 years later, she is still on the loose, most likely living amongst us -- as a law-abiding citizen and conscientious neighbor. Can you help bring her to justice?
Wiki

August 27th, 2002 - Joseph Morrow (Wanted)
Husband, Father, Killer? - On December 19, 1991, 37-year-old wife and mother Donna Morrow disappeared forever. Two years later her husband Joe, the primary suspect in her disappearance, went missing himself. Wanted on a warrant for his wife’s murder since October 1997, Joe Morrow is still on the run. The body of Donna Morrow has never been found.
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August 28th, 2002 - Rufino Castaneda (Wanted)
Terror Survivor - What had begun as a simple evening of friendly billiards would soon become a night of terror for a young woman in Mishawaka, Indiana. Over the next few hours, she would experience every woman's worst nightmare. Investigators need your help to track down the individuals responsible for the suffering she ultimately endured and survived.
Wiki

August 29th, 2002 - Diana Shawcroft and Jennifer Lueth (Unexplained Deaths)
Arizona Killer - Best friends since childhood, Diana Shawcroft and Jennifer Lueth moved to a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona and immersed themselves in the local singles scene. Two months later both would be dead. Authorities now need your help in finding their killer.
Wiki

September 3rd, 2002 - German DeLeon, Mario Portillio and Juan Gill Ferrafino (Wanted)
Gang Mom - Her son was viciously murdered by members of a street gang, but Pam Corrente refuses to be overwhelmed by grief. She is not only in hot pursuit of the killers, but is fighting to rid her neighborhood of gangs once and for all.
Wiki

September 4th, 2002 - Bonnie Craig (Unexplained Death)
Bonnie Craig - When a vivacious college freshman without an enemy in the world is brutally slain, her mother personally takes on the case to find her daughter’s killer. Could the mother’s undercover work with the local police department have made her 18-year-old daughter a target for murder?
Wiki

September 5th, 2002 - Molly Bish (Missing)
Missing Molly - When her daughter Molly disappeared, Magi Bish was paralyzed by grief. But now she will stop at nothing to find out what happened to Molly. In fact, she may even hold the key to solving the crime.
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September 6th, 2002 - Fallon Cancer Cases (Unexplained)
Fallon Cancer Cases - Fifteen children in a small rural town in Nevada are diagnosed with the same deadly cancer. Two have already lost their lives. Can the cause be found before the disease claims more victims?
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September 16th, 2002 - Dale Williams (Missing)
Dale Williams Disappearance - A well-known Colorado family man responded to a call for help and never came back. Could the stranded motorist who placed the distress call have had anything to do with the disappearance of Dale Williams?
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September 17th, 2002 - Laura Law (Wanted)
Laura Outlaw - One night in March 2001, Mike Tlusty was ready to argue when he tracked down his girlfriend, Laura Law, in a nearby casino. That was the last time that Mike Tlusty would be seen alive. Laura Law would herself disappear, just hours after police began to question her about her missing boyfriend. Now police are on the hunt for this outlaw girlfriend.
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September 18th, 2002 - Hyunjung Cindy Song (Missing)
Where's Cindy? - During the early morning hours of Nov. 1, 2001, 21-year-old college student Cindy Song disappeared after a night of partying with friends at a local bar. Police say they are no closer to finding out what happened to the Korean beauty than they were on the day she vanished. Did Cindy Song take off on her own? Or did she meet with foul play at the hands of a stranger?
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September 19th, 2002 - Niqui McCown (Missing)
Niqui Bride - Niqui McCown mysteriously disappeared one muggy summer day in July 2001. While police suspect foul play, two elements essential to solving most homicides are missing: There is no body and no apparent motive. Detectives are now left with a complex puzzle and a bunch of pieces that simply didn’t fit.
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September 20th, 2002 - Ashley Pond and Miranda Gaddis (Missing)
Missing Oregon Girls - Oregon City, Oregon is a small town of 27,000 people just south of Portland. A friendly place where adults trust their neighbors and children play without fear. Then suddenly, everything changed. Over an eight-week period, two young girls vanished without a trace - setting in motion one of the most complex and unusual investigations authorities have ever encountered.
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