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Old 01-24-2013, 06:06 PM   #31
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A reply in another thread brought one to mind for me: Dorothy Allison.

The Eric Kessler segment is a close second.
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I think alot of the early 90's ones were well put together, like the ones about serial killers like the I-70 killer, Connecticut River killer, New Orleans killer, etc. The music was suspenseful and scenarios were played out well.

I also thought the Logan Carroll episode was produced well. The woman who played Logan's mom Tami was very convincing as a hysterical mother who lost her newborn.
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The Circleville Letters. It's one case that always stands out to me and while not one of the scariest segments, still manages to this day to give me the creeps. The menacing voice used for the letter writer, the acting, and the scenes with the actress playing Mary Gillespie finding the gun trap on the road...it was extremely well done.
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The episodes on NBC to me were the ones that did the best job of telling the story, scarying the crap out me, and making me wonder what the heck happened.

My personal favorite:

The KC Fire Fighters Arson Story- I thought they did a great job of building the basics of the back story, the incident, the aftermath, the victims and the impact on their families and the community and a call for Justice.

Also memorable
Son Of Sam
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Don Henry and Kevin Ives
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Kecksburg UFO. For whatever reason I remember being majorly creeped out by this segment. Just starting from the opening scene where we see those two kids see the object fall into the forest and then later when people go in to investigate and see the object for the first time then later when the military shows up and the extremely cold way they were acting. Then I remember this part that really creeped me out. The citizens of the town said they later saw four men carrying a large box out of the forest. Someone said that the box looked too small to carry the actual object and wondered if there was something IN the object they were removing. I immediately assumed there were alien bodies in that box. Then later when the military leaves the town with the object a boy looks out his window and see the truck slowly roll past his house. Another moment that gives me creeps for some reason but the main moment I remember creeping me out severely was the final part of the segment when the investigator says something "I think there are only two possibilities when it comes to the object. That were are looking at a highly advanced space probe, possibly from a foreign nations, or there could be the possibility that this could be an extra terrestrial spacecraft". Then they show the show of the object flying across the sky with this really creepy music playing. Damn I am getting chills just thinking about it. Besides that though this segment I remember was really well made from a production standpoint and all the witnesses really seemed credible.
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The Black Hope segment was really well done. I think that's a really stupid segment, but I can't say it wasn't produced well.

Other good ones I like are Dennis DePue, Eliot Ness, Sonny Liston, Zodiac/Unabomber theory, Roswell, and DB Cooper.
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The Black Hope segment was really well done. I think that's a really stupid segment, but I can't say it wasn't produced well.

Other good ones I like are Dennis DePue, Eliot Ness, Sonny Liston, Zodiac/Unabomber theory, Roswell, and DB Cooper.
For me two that stand out are the orange sock murders and blind river killer segments. I thought the reenactments were good and the interviews were personal and chilling. In particular I thought the orange sock segment really did it well by focusing on the location and the conditions.
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One of the best produced segments is one of the earliest: Eleanor Farber/John Burns. Good performances from the actors, the comments from the locals, and the overall narrative. With the Audrey Moate/Thomas Hotard segment, both the buildup to and the depiction of the murder came across as realistic.

The Georgia Rudolph segment was one the most beautifully produced, even if the actual story had more holes than swiss cheese.

Annette Burnside; Arthur Neal, the actor who portrayed Jim Burnside gave one of the best UM performances, imo. The Anna Anton/Greg Webb segment also had good performances by the actors who played them respectively, even Jerry Krieger had some hilarious on-spot parley with the guy portraying Webb.
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Blind River!

I can't believe I forgot that one. It's really well done too.
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Yes there are many to choose from. I have actually been thinking about this recently. I think the segment about Larry and Debbie Race's boatride that turned drastic ranks up there. The way they were able to film this all in the lake, and the way the actress who played Debbie acted out her part. You get a full idea about just how panic stricken Debbie must have been aboard a boat that was sinking in the middle of a freezing body of water. This segment was done so well you almost feel like you are watching the real thing and not a re-creation. Very suspensful, even though you know how things are going to turn out.

Other segment done well would be L'Enfant, they way they use that trademark atonal background music as Bashir takes a threatning call. Whistle Blown also utilizes backdrop music and footage well.
Oh yeah that backdrop music is chilling that you mention with L'enfant. I think it is also in the intro to the Swedish hitchhiker segment.

Another good one is the Aubrey moate segment. I'll never forget the first time I saw it on lifetime around 2003. It was very suspenseful and like the orange sock murders I felt like it really captures the location and puts the viewer in the story.
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Glen and Bessie Hyde.
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Glen and Bessie Hyde.
Yes! I love this one even after reading "Sunk Without a Sound" and learning about a lot of the inaccuracies. I love the music and the visuals of this one.

I still want to know whose bones those were in the boathouse and why Kolb had them. I think this is a bigger mystery than what happened to the couple, since it's pretty much a given that they fell out of the boat.
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I really liked the Gold Buddha segment. It featured extensive reenactments of the treasure being found, Roger Roxas' time in captivity, and political intrigue. There are quite a few moments of suspense.
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No votes for the magic rock? For shame.
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The Nazi (Rudolph Hess) episode had a high production value. They actually had everyone dress up in authentic garb of the time, had authentic vehicles of the time, and hired actors to play top Nazi officials. That had to cost some dough and take quite some time to produce.
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