David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield are two cousins on the hunt in Vero Beach, Florida in the early 80s. Little did Gore know his words would come back to haunt him.
Tracey Schoettlin's body is found on the banks of the Cahaba River in July 1986. Police aren't getting anywhere with their investigation until Tommy Bradley walks into the station...
Christine Falling is a troubled young girl who makes a living babysitting in Florida. Things start to get a little weird when it seems that many of the young children she's caring for begin having all sorts of medical issues.
James Billiot bludgeons his family with a sledgehammer and hits the road as a hitchhiker.
Samantha Payne was found murdered in Talladega National Forest and her killer was just sentenced to death row. Also, Carl Tanzler has an unnatural obsession with an exotic tuberculosis patient.
A group of six goth teens from Kentucky carjack and murder the Lillelid family of Knoxville, Tennessee. Also, an update on the Mr. Madison case and the ladies discuss their latest binge - The Act.
Donald Wheat and Tina Duke went on a six day robbery and murder spree that ended with the murder of four at an Anniston Blockbuster. Also, the ladies share updates on the Dothan double homicide and Timmothy Pitzen case.
Jeffrey MacDonald is an Army Officer stationed at Fort Bragg when his pregnant wife and two children are murdered. Jeffrey is also injured...but was this wound self-inflicted?
We visit Hilary's hometown for a gruesome murder and torture of a retired salesman in Atlanta. Hilary's brother and cousin join us to share what they remember growing up with one of the murderers.
Mr. Madison was a Birmingham DJ who mysteriously went missing in the early 90's only to be found weeks later in Smith Lake. The ladies are joined by his former coworkers Rob, JT and Dollar Bill who also knew his murderer!
Three young boys go missing in Arkansas. It's your turn to be the jury - did the West Memphis Three commit this heinous crime?
This week, we discuss two Alabama cases - first, the unsolved murder of Tuscaloosa librarian Kate Ragsdale and then, a quadruple murder in Hueytown.
Emily Milling was brutally murdered and tortured in Moody in 2008 and you won't believe the alibi of the accused Michael Kelley. Also, the ladies discuss the new docuseries, The Ted Bundy Tapes.
Ellen and Hilary chat with Lee Fudger, a criminal defense attorney in Atlanta who gives an inside look at what it's like to represent an alleged murderer.
Ellen spills all the details on the 1911 case of Clementine Barnabet and Hilary shares the grisly story of one Huntsville family's murder.
Jeff McCord was a Pelham police officer whose wife Jessica was not happy about having to share custody of her kids with her ex-husband, so they took matters into their own hands
Dean Corll killed at least 27 teenage boys in Houston, Texas in the 1970s but many have never heard of his crimes
Mark Duke is an angst ridden 16-year-old living in Pelham who murders his family all because he couldn't take the truck out for a joyride
Hania Aguilar was abducted from her driveway in North Carolina by a man who SHOULD have been in jail.
The Harpe brothers are regarded as America's first serial killers, going on a rampage through Tennessee and Kentucky in the late 1700s.