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Each episode of this true-crime reality series examines a different felon, usually a female, who has committed murder or attempted murder. The victim is usually the perpetrator's partner. The documentary-style series features interviews with...

Duration:30 mins

Quality: HD

Release:2004

IMDb:8

Season 1 - Snapped
"In 1997, 32-year-old Celeste Beard hit the jackpot. That year, the thrice-divorced Austin housekeeper married her 75-year-old millionaire employer, Steven Beard. Suddenly, Celeste had it all: a Texas mansion, plenty of money, and a stable life for her two daughters. But on October 2, 1999, Celeste's picture-perfect life came crashing down with one blast from a 20-guage shotgun. That night, an armed intruder slipped into Steven's bedroom and fired a point-blank shot directly into his chest. Steven survived the initial shot, but five months later, died from ..."
"Virginia Larzelere was well off, even by coastal Florida's relatively high standards. Her husband Norman was a successful Daytona Beach dentist, and Virginia enjoyed a beautiful home, expensive cars, a yacht and an airplane. But the good times came to an abrupt end on March 8, 1991, when a masked gunman broke into Norman's office and killed him with a shotgun blast to the chest. In the murder investigation that ensued, police quickly discovered that the Larzelere family was anything but ordinary. It appeared that the couple financed their lavish lifestyle by funneling..."
"Few smiles were brighter than those of Clara and David Harris. Both dentists, they shared a thriving practice and a seemingly perfect marriage. But that changed in July of 2003, when Clara began to suspect her husband was having an affair with his secretary. Intent on catching them in the act, Clara hired a private detective to tail the couple around town. A few days later, the detective called Clara to tell her that he had followed David and his secretary to a hotel rendezvous - the same hotel that Clara and David had been married in. Enraged over the news, Clara ..."
"Russian \u00c3\u00a9migr\u00c3\u00a9 Elena Kiejliches was living the American dream. At 36, she had two beautiful children, a millionaire husband, and a sprawling mansion in Staten Island's upscale Toldt Hill neighborhood. But Elena's fairytale life came crashing down in March of 2000, when her husband, Borys, went missing. A month later, Borys turned back up - dead and dismembered in a cardboard barrel found floating in a marsh in Queens. Police first suspected the Russian mob in Borys' death. But the focus of their investigation soon shifted to Elena after they learned she had been ..."
"A bright and bubbly surgical technician, Kim Hricko led a comfortable middle-class existence with her husband, Steven. But the Hricko's sunny, suburban image vanished in smoke and flame on Valentine's weekend of 1998 when Steve and Kim went on a romantic getaway at a golf resort on Maryland's Eastern Shore. As part of the special Valentine's package, the resort staged a murder mystery play where guests watched the staged whodunit and then attempted to solve the puzzle. But after the play, the plot thickened when the couple's room caught fire and Stephen's charred body..."
"Lee Ann Reidel always had a thing for hunky men. So when she married Long Island gym owner Paul Reidel in 1998, everyone thought it was the perfect match. Lee Ann just had one small problem with her new husband - his crack cocaine addiction. In July of 2000, Lee Ann took the couple's infant son and moved in with her mom in Florida. After being separated for six months, the couple reconciled when Paul agreed to go into rehab. But just when things were starting to look up for the Reidel family, tragedy struck. On January 17, 2001, a gunman shot someone fitting Paul's ..."
"Ruthann Aron was an overachiever. The wife of a respected urologist in the upscale D.C. suburb of Potomac, Maryland, Ruthann was a successful real estate developer and aspiring politician. In 1994, she made a run to be the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, but lost, partly due to a local attorney who dogged the campaign with allegations of shady business deals. Ruthann, however, was undeterred. In 1997, she was gearing up to run for a Montgomery County commission seat. But her political ambitions were thwarted yet again when a local landfill operator went to the..."
"24-year-old Joyce Cohen went from rags to riches when she met and married Miami construction millionaire Stan Cohen in 1981. Together, the couple lived lavishly in an exclusive Coconut Grove mansion, went skiing at their Steamboat Springs ranch, and partied all night long at Stan's Miami nightclub. But Joyce's party came to an abrupt end on March 7, 1986, when she frantically called 911 claiming that Stan had been murdered by three intruders that had broken into their mansion. To cops, the story seemed plausible. At the time, Miami was plagued with home invasion ..."
"To everyone who knew her, Susan Wright seemed like she had everything. Married to successful salesman Jeff Wright, she was a stay-at-home mom raising two adorable young children in their suburban Houston home. But, then, in January of 2003, Jeff mysteriously disappeared. Susan told others that Jeff had walked out after striking their five-year-old son. But, one of Jeff's co-workers became suspicious and called the cops. With police closing in, Susan eventually told local authorities that she had killed Jeff - in self-defense - and buried his body in the backyard. At ..."
"Diane Zamora and her fianc\u00c3\u00a9, David Graham, had a bright future ahead of them. High school sweethearts, the couple had met in 1991 as volunteers in the Texas Civil Air Patrol. She was an honor roll student bound for Annapolis, and he was a track star with an appointment to the Air Force Academy. But their ambitions to serve their country were derailed on December 4th, 1995, when a farmer discovered the battered body of Adrianne Jones, a sophomore member of David's high school track team, laying in a field. Brutally beaten, she had been shot in the head. After nine ..."
"Blond, spunky, and ambitious, Kristin Rossum seemed to be going places. A summa cum laude graduate of San Diego State University, she worked as a toxicologist at the San Diego medical examiner's office. Her husband, Greg, worked for an up-and-coming biotech firm. Well-educated, highly intelligent, and good-looking, their future seemed limitless. But Kristin's picture-perfect life came to an end on November 6, 2000, when she returned home from work and found Greg dead of an apparent suicide, his body covered in rose petals. At autopsy, police discovered Greg had died ..."
"By most accounts, Debra Baker had the perfect job. She was the bookkeeper and business manager of Jerry Sternadel, a millionaire Texan entrepreneur. She was also a close confidant of Sternadel's wife, Lou Ann. They were so close that many, including Lou Ann's husband, began to suspect that the pair were more than just friends. In 1990, Jerry fell deathly ill. As he lay in his hospital bed, he told anyone who would listen that he thought Debra and Lou Ann had poisoned him. He died shortly afterward. A follow-up autopsy revealed that Jerry had ingested a lethal dose of ..."
"The daughter of a wealthy Michigan businessman, Carolyn Warmus enjoyed a life of privilege that included a swanky apartment on New York's Upper East Side and an all-expenses-paid education at exclusive Columbia University. After earning a Masters degree in elementary education, Carolyn landed a job teaching computer science at Greenville Elementary in Scarsdale, New York. There, she met and began dating a popular sixth grade teacher named Paul Solomon. Paul, however, just happened to be a married man. Their torrid affair continued until Paul made a gruesome discovery ..."
Season 2 - Snapped
"Adele and Steven Craven were the perfect suburban couple. Adele was a trained mortician; Steven was a high-flying Delta Airlines pilot with a sky-high salary. They had a beautiful home in upscale Covington, Kentucky; their two young sons loved their school; and Steven could reach the Delta hub at Cincinnati in minutes. Being close to the airport was also convenient for Adele. Unbeknownst to Steven, she was having an affair with Delta baggage handler Rusty McIntyre. But the lovers needed more space-the cops had already caught them having sex in a car in a church ..."
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"When a long-suffering wife shoots an intruder in the dark and he turns out to be her no-count husband, the cops suspect it's murder. When they find out she shot her first husband, they know it's murder. But an Albuquerque jury doesn't agree and the 'two-time, self defense' widow goes free."
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"A flirty Oklahoma City Baptist Sunday school teacher and her insurance salesman lover are looking a t a cool $800,000. The only hitch is it's the payoff on her husband's like insurance policy. To get the money, they have to murder him--and that gets them the death penalty."
"An L.A. police detective turns suspect when DNA cracks a 23-year murder mystery."
"A sexy little Las Vegas siren with a taste for rich men snares a wealthy sports bookie, kills him for his ready cash, dumps him in the desert, blames it on the mob, and gets away with it"
"On the evening of Nov. 7, 1995, three men broke into the home of Jack and Linda Jones. They tied up Linda while she watched helplessly as the thugs beat her husband to death with a bat. But when one of the assailants was later arrested, he fingers Linda Jones as the mastermind in the brutal murder."
"Outraged that her multi-millionaire boyfriend wants to end their affair, a cheating wife bashes his head in and nearly gets away with it."
"Dante Sutorius had lived an unusual life. She's been married and divorces four times. She met her fifth husband, Darryl, through a dating service. He was a recently divorced doctor, and petite, vivacious Dante was just what he needed. Darryl lavished her with gifts and soon proposed marriage. The couple enjoyed the finer things and spent money with abandon. But soon, money was running thin, and tensions were growing. Dante had begun fighting with Darryl's oldest daughter. The couple began seeing a marriage counselor. Then, in February of 1996, Dr. Sutorius didn't sow ..."
"At 22, Pam Smart had a devoted husband and a good job. Though she had ambitions of being on television, she enjoyed working with teenagers as the media director at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, New Hampshire. Then in May of 1990, Pam's life took a tragic turn when her husband, Gregg, was found shot to death in their home after an apparent robbery. Pam was devastated and appeared on numerous news programs asking for help in solving her husband's murder. A tip led police to the high school where Pam worked, where they arrested two teen-aged boys. One of them was ..."
Season 3 - Snapped
"At 31, Donna Yaklich was married to a Pueblo Colorado narcotics detective, and raising a son and four stepchildren on the family's farm. One December evening in 1985, shots rang out, killing her husband Dennis. The authorities struggled to find clues to the execution style shooting. They suspected it was linked to Dennis' work as a narcotics detective. After months of dead ends, a tip led them to two teenage gunmen... and eventually back to Donna Yaklich, herself. But Donna had another surprise for the authorities. Her attorneys argued she was a battered woman and the..."
"Yesenia Patino was the other woman. The exotic 34-year-old brunette was living very comfortably, thanks to her generous, and married, lover Daniel Willoughby. In February of 1991, Dan's wealthy wife was brutally murdered while on vacation in Mexico. Arizona authorities opened their own investigation, suspicious of husband Dan and his mistress. While delving into the murder, cops uncovered Yesenia's big secret: she was a transsexual. Not even her lover knew that she had been born a man. When Yesenia was arrested, she admitted that she had helped Dan kill his wife so ..."
"German native Manuela Garcia had fallen in love with an American serviceman and moved to Colorado. But 15 years into her marriage, the mother of three wanted to return home. Instead, in July of 1996, Manuela landed in a Colorado police station, after hacking her husband to death with an axe. She told officers her husband had forced himself on her and she had grabbed the axe to protect herself. Investigators found flaws in Manuela's story, most notably evidence that her husband had been drugged and unable to fend off the deadly axe attack. Prosecutors say she planned ..."
"Jeena Han had overcome a difficult childhood to become co-valedictorian at her high school, just like her twin sister Sunny. The South Korean native seemed headed for success. Then, 23-year-old Jeena developed a gambling habit and began stealing and forging checks to pay her debts. When she needed help, her sister Sunny took her in. But sibling rivalry and close quarters proved too much. Their volatile relationship drove them apart. In November of 1996, two assailants bound and gagged Sunny and her roommate, but police intervened before they were harmed. Cops quickly ..."
"A doctor's wife and mother of five, Dora Cisneros led an ordinary suburban life in Brownsville, Texas. She lavished attention on her youngest daughter, Christina. So when Christina's heart was broken, Dora took matters into her own hands. In 1993, Christina's ex-boyfriend was gunned down outside his home. A clue at the scene led police to a fortuneteller and Mexican faith healer named Maria Martinez. She had hired the gunmen, at the request of her longtime client, Dora Cisneros. The city of Brownsville was shocked to see what the obsessed mother was willing to do to ..."
"Kimberley Kondejewski had married her high school sweetheart. But, John, a Canadian Army instructor, soon became an abusive, controlling husband. After two children and 17 years of abuse, Kim decided to end the marriage. On May 14th, waiting with a loaded shotgun, she killed John and turned the gun on herself. Her suicide attempt failed. Investigators soon discovered that Kim's husband had given Kim a deadly ultimatum. John had threatened to kill her and the children, if she did not kill herself by the time he returned that fateful night. Faced with no other options, ..."
"Mary Thompson was a prominent figure in the Eugene community. She was outspoken about her son's struggle to stay out of gangs and about the dangers other children in the community faced. She even teamed up with a popular high school senior, Aaron Iturra, to educate other students on gang violence. But when Aaron was executed in his home, police began to suspect that Mary wasn't leveling with them. Two teenagers were convicted of the shooting, but wiretaps on Mary's phone revealed a startling secret. Eugene's anti-gang activist was actually running a street gang out of..."
"Laura Rogers was trapped in an unhappy marriage. Her husband, Walter, was controlling and abusive and had used his contracting work to move the family often and isolate them from friends and relatives. Then, in April of 2004, Walter was killed by a single shotgun blast. Laura claimed it was suicide, but police saw through her story. When her pregnant 16-year-old daughter tried to take the rap for Walter's murder, Laura confessed. She had killed Walter and she had a reason. Laura's daughter had told her a shocking story. Walter had been raping the 16-year-old and was ..."
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"Stella Nickell was settled into a comfortable life with her husband, Bruce. They lived together in a trailer on a few acres with a view of Washington's Mt. Rainer. But Stella wanted more. Then, in June of 1986, Bruce dropped dead on the deck of the trailer. Doctors said it was emphysema; Stella swore it was the Excedrin he'd taken just moments before his collapse. Six days later, a local woman died of cyanide poisoning from tainted Excedrin capsules. More tainted pills were found on a drugstore shelf, which led to a nationwide recall. That's when Stella Nickell called..."
"Blonde, beautiful and ambitious, Kim Anderson never had any trouble finding success or successful men. In fact, by the time she was 34, Kim had been married to two of them, and had given birth to two children by each. Her second husband, Brent Anderson, was a successful divorce attorney from the nearby town of Celina. Shortly after the birth of her fourth child, Kim's marriage to Brent began to falter. Brent filed for divorce in October of 2000, and a bitter custody battled ensued. Just a few days before the divorce was to be final, Kim called 911 and told police that..."
"Gail Bennett had led a life of hard choices. Raised on a Texas farm, she had spent her childhood taking care of her siblings. When she left home, she began a string of bad marriages. By 1990, she was filing for her third divorce. With one daughter grown, and a son living with her second ex-husband, Gail was at a crossroads in her life. That's when ex-husband number three, Tony, convinced her to come back to him. She did, and immediately regretted it. During a drunken rage, Tony brandished a rifle and threatened Gail. She pulled her pistol and shot him, wounding him. ..."
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Season 4 - Snapped
"It looked like Sandy Murphy had hit the jackpot when she started dating wealthy casino heir Ted Binion. But, Sandy's luck took a turn for the worse when Binion was found dead in his home, and she became a key suspect."
"A 39-year marriage ends in a brutal death, revealing a surprising tale of adultery and murder."
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"It started out as fun and games when Sheila Davalloo and her husband played \"guess what I'm touching you with.\" But, the fun ended when Sheila touched her husband with the blade of a knife."
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"A mother-son relationship is tested when a murder comes between them."
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"In 2002, quiet Iowa wife Dixie Shanahan shot her husband in their bedroom, then left the room and shut the door. It stayed shut for more than a year. When police finally discovered the body, they learned the truth behind a terrible crime and an unlikely killer."
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Season 5 - Snapped
"Martha Freeman led a seemingly normal life in an upscale Brentwood, TN neighborhood. She was married and had started a successful business. But, Martha's relationship with her husband, Jeffrey, was troubled. She became depressed and started taking a cocktail of anti-depressants and painkillers. She also started looking elsewhere for companionship. In 2004, she met three younger Hispanic men after a fireworks display in downtown Nashville and took them to a hotel where they continued the \"party.\" Martha began a relationship with one of them, Rafael de Jesus Rocha-Perez..."
"Amy Bosley and her husband, Robert, were making a name for themselves in their small Kentucky community. Together they ran a successful roofing and chimney sweep business. But, tragedy struck on the night of May 17, 2005. Police received a frantic call from Amy claiming an intruder had shot Bob and was still in the house. Police launched a manhunt for the intruder, but the lead investigator immediately suspected something was wrong with Amy's story. Bob had been shot seven times while sleeping, and his gun was missing. Also missing were the shell casings, which should..."
"Kimberly Cunningham had known Coy Hundley for 18 years, and she trusted him. As her sister's longtime boyfriend, Coy was practically an uncle to Kimberly's three children, and he often had them over to his home. He was the farthest thing from Kimberly's mind when she tried to discover why her 16-year-old daughter was depressed. The teenager told her mom that she had a terrible secret that she had been keeping from her mom for seven years: Coy Hundley and his son - her cousin -- had been sexually molesting her since she was nine years old. Furious, Kimberly drove to ..."
"In 1987, four-time divorcee Margaret Frost married Las Vegas real-estate mogul, Ron Rudin. With Ron's $11 million dollar fortune to draw from, Margaret was thrilled to be able to pursue her passion for buying and selling antique furniture. By 1994, however, Ron's penchant for women and alcohol had put some serious cracks in the Rudin's once rock-solid marriage. Things only got worse when 64-year-old Ron mysteriously disappeared on December 18, 1994. A month later, Ron's burnt body was discovered by three fishermen near Lake Mojave, Nevada. Found with him were pieces ..."
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Season 6 - Snapped
"Matthew and Mary Winkler were well known in the small town of Selmer, Tennessee. Matthew was the popular young pastor of the Fourth Street Church of Christ, and Mary was his cheerful wife, a stay-at-home mom who kept busy caring for the couple's three young daughters. But, the Winkler's 10-year marriage would come to a quick and violent end in March, 2006. When Matthew didn't show up for a Wednesday night service, several congregants went to the Winkler home to check on him. They found Matthew dead in the bedroom, shot in the back. Mary and the girls were nowhere to ..."
"Jessica McCord and her ex-husband Alan Bates had a bitter divorce, and an even more bitter custody battle over their two young daughters. Both Jessica and Alan had remarried: Jessica to a police officer she met while working as a secretary for the Birmingham Police Department, Alan to a co-worker in a Maryland theater company. In the seven years following their divorce, Jessica had repeatedly tried to deny Alan visitation and contact with his daughters, moving frequently and having her phone number changed so he couldn't call. When Alan flew to Birmingham from ..."
"Pretty, ambitious, 24-year-old law student Adrienne Hickson was looking forward to a career in criminal law, and to spending her life with her college sweetheart, Shawn Washington. After college, she got into a prestigious law school in Washington, D.C. while Shawn got a full-time job in Atlanta. They stayed together despite the 600 miles separating them. But, after a year apart, the long-distance relationship was showing signs of strain. When Adrienne went to Atlanta to visit Shawn in December, 2005, they fought constantly. She began to time him when he went out and ..."
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"After nine years of marriage to a Navy man, Elizabeth Reynolds had settled back in the small Texas neighborhood where she and her husband both grew up. While he finished his tour of duty, Elizabeth stayed in Texas, working on the couple's home and finishing her bachelor's degree in psychology at Texas A&M. But the lonely Elizabeth soon became infatuated with a local man, Albert Benitez. Benitez was a former police officer who was teaching law enforcement at a nearly community college. Elizabeth signed up for Albert's class, and it wasn't long before she became ..."
"Lynn Womack was a 911 operator when she met and married Atlanta police officer Glenn Turner in 1993. But it wasn't long before the two began to have serious problems: Lynn spent Glenn's money as fast as he could make it, and she also spent frequent weekends away from home. In March of 1995, Glenn went to the emergency room, complaining of vomiting, diarrhea and nosebleeds. By the next day, he was dead. The official cause of death was an irregular heartbeat. Four days after his funeral, Lynn moved in with another man, firefighter Randy Thompson. She spent Glenn's ..."
"Kathleen Denson was a self-made woman living the good life in one of the wealthiest resort towns in America. A successful furrier with stores in both Vail and Aspen, she had a home in Vail and a ranch in the mountains to retreat to when she wanted a little more privacy. And that came in handy when Denson began dating local playboy Gerald \"Cody\" Boyd - a hard-livin' and lovin' Texan who'd had a string of rich Aspen lovers. Boyd and Denson spent the next several months at the ranch house doing cocaine and videotaping themselves having sex. But the relationship took an ..."
"In 2005, Misty Witherspoon accidentally shot her police officer husband, Quinn, with his service weapon. But, when police learned the grieving widow had also embezzled money from her church to cover the family's debt, it wasn't long before they saw Quinn's life insurance as a motive to kill."
"Former beauty queen and Akron socialite Cynthia George's life seemed charmed. She met and married wealthy restaurateur Ed George in 1984, raised seven healthy children, and lived in a sprawling 8000-foot mansion. Locally, the wealthy couple wielded power and exuded glamor. In 2000, Cynthia came in fourth in the Mrs. Ohio beauty pageant. But behind her glamorous exterior, Cynthia hid a secret second life. Her secrets would be opened for the world to see when 44-year-old Jeff Zack was shot and killed by a man on a motorcycle in June, 2001. The police investigating ..."
"A man awakens alone to find a knife-wielding man in his bedroom -- but is his absent wife a victim or an accomplice?"
"Erika Elaine Grace was an ideal child with an idyllic childhood. A well-liked honor student and a gifted basketball player, she was the center of her parents' world. After high school, she went to a prestigious private college on a partial basketball scholarship, and graduated with a Bachelor degree in history. She surprised her parents by coming home with more than a degree - she brought a new husband, a 23-year-old ex-Navy SEAL named Benjamin Sifrit, known to his family and friends by the nickname B.J. Her wealthy parents were not happy with her new husband, but ..."
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"In 1999, the hot gossip in small Morgantown, West Virginia was 27-year-old pediatric nurse Shelley Angus. Shelley was recently separated from her husband of five years and had taken up with a married man, local businessman Jimmy Michael. After a year of dating on the sly, Jimmy divorced his wife and married Shelley in May of 2000. She and Jimmy bought a big house in an upscale suburb, and were active in the community. But, five years into their marriage, Shelley would once again be the talk of the town, and, once again, the rumor was she was having an affair with a ..."
"Linda Henning was a mild mannered fashion designer sewing a comfortable life for herself in the Southwest fashion circuit. The 48-year-old was romantically involved with a married man, the charismatic Daizien Hossencofft. In September of 1999, Hossencofft's estranged wife Girly Chew disappeared. Co-workers of the Malaysian woman feared for her life, citing her recent break-up with Daizien. Police found evidence of a struggle in Girly's apartment, but her body was never found. Blood at the scene led them to Linda Henning. She was arrested and charged with murder. ..."
"Pretty, petite Darlene Doskocil and handsome, outgoing Keith Gentry met at their small Texas college. They started dating when they discovered a mutual love of beer, dancing, and deer hunting. When she finished up her nursing degree, she moved to Dallas for work, but Keith charmed her back into the small town life in Robinson, Texas. They got married and had three boys, but their marriage soon began to show signs of strain. With Keith working long hours, Darlene frequently left the kids with Keith's parents while she went out with friends. Concerned, Keith quit his ..."
"A military wife is caught in deadly love triangle."
"A popular professor's death looks like an accident, but turns into a murder mystery with his widow at the center."
"When grandmother Ann Trexler relocated to Florida, it wasn't just to spend her retirement years in the sun. Ann wanted to spend more time with her oldest daughter, Tina, and her six-year-old granddaughter. Tina shared custody of the child with her ex-husband Ron, an arrangement that worked well until \"Moms\" Ann moved to town. Ann threw herself into her role as grandmother, and resented the child's closeness with Ron and, especially, Ron's new wife. In August of 1998, Ron petitioned the court to give him primary custody, telling the court that his ex-wife and her ..."
"In April, 2001, 38-year-old Kerri Faye Brown had just given birth to a baby girl, fathered by her on-again, off-again boyfriend. He was a tribal police officer working in Arizona, and, after their latest breakup, Kerri had moved to Orem, Utah to live with her sister. She found a job as an activities director at an upscale retirement center owned by Mina Pajela. Mina was so impressed with Kerri that she promoted her to administrator. With her own daughter living in California, Mina came to view Kerri as a surrogate daughter, and Keri frequently stayed at Mina's home. ..."
"After three years of marriage, college sweethearts Ann and Eric Miller had a young daughter, a beautiful home, and two successful careers. She was a research scientist at a major pharmaceutical company. He was a pediatric AIDS researcher at the University of North Carolina. But on the night of November 15, 2000, Eric Miller developed a mysterious illness. That evening, Eric had gone bowling with Derril Willard, one of his wife's coworkers. An hour into the outing, Miller was admitted into the hospital with flu-like symptoms. The symptoms soon passed and the doctors ..."
"Soft-spoken 3rd grade teacher Elicia Hughes and her handsome, computer whiz husband Brian married in 1999, and, five years later, they had two young daughters and a comfortable suburban life. That changed the night of June 3, 2004. The Hinds County 911 center received a call from Elicia, claiming her husband had been shot. When EMT's arrived, Brian was already dead. Elicia told police that she had been asleep, but woke up when she heard popping noises, followed by the home alarm system going off. When she got up to investigate, she discovered the front door open, and ..."
"Linda Fields was a no-nonsense, hard worker running a Nevada cattle ranch with her husband Vern. The ranch was in financial trouble, and so was their marriage, but the couple continued to stick it out in spite of the difficulties. They received a windfall when police found the body of Jeromir Palensky in the Jordan River in Utah. Palensky had been working as a ranch hand for the Fields. A Czech immigrant who had no family in the U.S., Palensky had left behind a will and a $300,000 life insurance policy, with the Fields as his beneficiaries. Shortly after Palensky's ..."
"A mother is hailed as a hero when she kills a home intruder -- but a secret journal leads police to suspect she may have planned a cold-blooded murder."
"Shawna Nelson was a stay-at-home mom to her three children, aged eight, six and 10-months. The former police dispatcher had quit her job after the new baby arrived, and she was active in the older children's activities: Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and sports. But her life was far from picture perfect. Her 11-year marriage to a sheriff's detective had recently been tested, when, in 2005, her husband discovered Shawna was having an affair with a married police officer named Ignacio Garrus. Shawna's husband also learned Shawna was pregnant with Garrus' baby. After filing for..."
"Gorgeous, sexy Jeanette Sliwinski was a real attention grabber. The daughter of hard-working Polish immigrants, by the time she'd finished high school, her family had become solidly middle class, and she had blossomed into a striking beauty. She began working as a stripper in a local club and taking on modeling jobs to help finance her bachelor's degree in marketing. On the surface, Jeanette seemed confident, happy, and headed for success. But that facade was shattered on July 14, 2004. Jeanette blasted through the streets of Skokie at 70 mph in her cherry red Mustang..."
"Leslie Ballard lived a privileged life. Her parents ran a successful printing business in Little Rock and paid for her master's degree, her condo, her cars, and her vacations. Then she met and married Mike MacKool. Mike was 23 years Leslie's senior, had several ex-wives and, as far as Leslie's parents were concerned, was overly interested in their money. With Mike in the picture, they were less willing to foot the bill for Leslie's lifestyle. When her father died, he left his only daughter just $25,000 of his million-dollar estate. When, less than a month after ..."
Season 7 - Snapped
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"Beautiful 33-year-old Mechele Linehan appeared to be the perfect wife and mother. She and husband Colin met as college students and married in 1998. The couple eventually settled down with their daughter in Olympia, Washington, where Colin practiced medicine and Mechele got her Master's degree in public administration. Mechele was a model of the suburban supermom: active in her daughter's PTA, teaching Sunday school, and volunteering at a rape crisis center. Her friends and neighbors were shocked when, in October of 2006, she was arrested, along with a man named John ..."
"Beth Ann Carpenter was a classic overachiever. Brainy and self-assured, she got a degree in international law at a prestigious college in Washington, D.C. Back home in Connecticut, she landed a job with Haiman Clein, a powerful real estate attorney in New London. Beth's younger sister Kim, on the other hand, had been married and divorced by the age of 20, and had a young daughter she frequently pawned off on her parents while she partied with her latest deadbeat boyfriend. In 1993, Kim married Anson \"Buzz\" Clinton, a hard-partying local who worked odd jobs, but had ..."
"Growing up on the streets of Memphis, Monique Johnson possessed a no- nonsense toughness that made her a perfect fit for her job as a corrections officer. But her job performance wasn't the only thing that earned the 40-year-old single mom the admiration of her peers. In 2005, she started dating Memphis police officer Tony Hayes. Hayes, estranged from his third wife, was known as a ladies' man, a reputation that led to a rocky relationship with Monique. In May of 2006, Hayes had even filed a police report accusing Monique, supposedly angry he'd gotten a phone call ..."
"In 1984, Susan Grund had finally made good. With three failed marriages and a baby on the way, Susan had met and married a fellow native of Peru, Indiana: prosecutor turned defense attorney, James Grund. The 34-year old blond was Jimmy's second wife, and, as wife of the prominent attorney, she now hobnobbed with the town's social elite -- a far cry from the country upbringing of her childhood. Then, after dark on August 3, 1992, Susan called 911, claiming she had just returned home and found Jimmy on the sofa, with a drop of blood coming from his mouth. He was dead by..."
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"In the early morning hours of June 6, 2001, 36-year-old casino employee Vol Dooley slipped out the back door of a Shreveport nightclub; it would be the last time he was seen alive in public. The son of a popular former parish sheriff, Vol was trying to avoid trouble with his estranged wife Jocelyn, who had been following him from club to club all evening. After four years and two kids, the Dooleys' marriage was a signature away from being dissolved, but 31-year-old Jocelyn couldn't seem to let Vol go. Their divorce should have been finalized a year earlier, but ..."
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"Adopted as an infant, 17-year-old Nikki Reynolds had a normal, happy childhood: she was active in church and sang in her high school choir. But, according to her adoptive father, Robert Reynolds, things changed in the 10th grade when Nikki began dating Carlos Infante. Both her grades and her relationship with her adoptive parents deteriorated. So did her credibility when, in 1996, Nikki told her parents she'd been raped by a stranger. The Reynolds immediately reported the incident to police, who determined that the entire thing was a fabrication. Confronted with the ..."
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"A young widow blames depression, but was her husband's death more sinister than a suicide?"
Season 8 - Snapped
"A Missouri man goes missing, and his ex-wife holds the key to the mystery."
"A nurse's life is turned upside down when her husband is murdered and a secret video shows that she's hiding something from police."
"A modern-day Romeo and Juliet story has a killer ending."
"Kelly Ryan and her husband Craig Titus are accused of killing their personal assistant Melissa James in December 2005, then disposing of her body in a burning car in the Las Vegas desert."
"The premature death of a cancer victim leaves his wife facing lethal injection."
"A yoga instructor's death reveals his girlfriend's secret double life."
"A teen love triangle ends with a missing girl, a dismembered body and three families changed forever in East Moline, IL."
Season 9 - Snapped
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"A woman goes to deadly extremes to help her son win a custody battle with his ex."
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"Was the driver in a hit-and-run death an abused woman or woman scorned?"
"A love triangle between a preacher, his son and his girlfriend ends in the death of the preacher's wife."
"After a deadly fight, a mother's secrets are exposed but she has a few surprises for the jury."
"A widow and her stepdaughter accuse each other of murder - but only one goes on trial for her life."
"One woman methodically exacts her revenge by ambushing the girlfriend of a former Chicago Bears star."
"A wife refuses to watch a Star Wars cartoon with her husband, so he strikes her -- and she strikes back."
"A beautiful blonde soccer mom has a history of manipulating men - but does that make her a murderer?"
"An Oakland hairdresser claims her boyfriend's death is an unfortunate accident."
"A lesbian love triangle turns deadly when one woman disappears and police look to the other two for answers."
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"A mother responds to her estranged daughter's call for help and walks into a deadly trap."
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"A love triangle pushes two teenage girls into a deadly confrontation."
"A brutal attack in a yoga shop leaves one victim dead -- and the other...a suspect."
"When a beloved businessman's daughter is accused of his murder, she makes a terrible accusation of her own."
"A mother schemes to save the expense of a divorce by recruiting her 16-year-old son to help end her unhappy marriage."
"A single slip of paper in a grandmother's purse reveals a murderer's identity seven years after a case goes cold."
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"A popular college basketball player's clash with her more studious roommate ends in tragedy."
"A wife shoots her husband during a family hunting trip and authorities question whether it was an accident - or something more sinister."
"A quiet California cul-de-sac becomes a crime scene when a couple's domestic drama reaches a deadly climax."
"A popular police officer is killed, and the motive may be payback - by a woman scorned."
Season 11 - Snapped
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"A discovery in the woods leads police to a troubled marriage, a drug overdose and a deadly plot."
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"A brutal fight leaves a New York woman fighting for her life and her freedom."
"A suspicious fire hides a deadly secret and forces a son to testify against his only remaining parent."
"A man's last will and testament points police to his murderer."
"A deadly break-in pits mother against daughter, revealing a secret addiction."
"The search for a missing man leads investigators to a surprising discovery."
"The story behind the beautiful suspect in a brutal murder investigation and the trial that captured the nation's attention."
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"The murder of a church choir member uncovers a sordid secret and an unlikely love triangle."
"A roadside shooting leaves one man dead, and exposes his wife's wild double life."
"A murder in an isolated parking lot leads to betrayal, multiple suspects and a lot of finger-pointing."
Season 12 - Snapped
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"The brutal murder of a homecoming queen shocks a NY town."
"A custody battle, a shooting and a suicide on the train tracks all point to one woman."
"A doting husband gunned down in Atlanta reveals a wife's secret addiction."
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"Did an Ohio man kill himself? Or could his fianc\u00c3\u0083\u00c2\u00a9 be to blame?"
"A bizarre bombing, a body in a freezer and a jilted boyfriend lead police to a woman with a notorious past."
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"A woman blames mistaken identity in her boyfriend's death, but does the evidence point to something more sinister?"
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Season 13 - Snapped
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"The murder of a Texas man reveals a deadly love triangle and destroys two families."
"A school nurse pulls the trigger, but was it self-defense or murder?"
"A mysterious bar fire reveals a murder and one woman's desperation to cover up her secret addiction."
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"An elderly woman's death leads to shocking revelations about her daughter's double life."
"A mysterious death leads one family into troubled waters as they search for justice."
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"A family's suspicion leads them to the grisly truth about a young father's disappearance."
"The investigation into a deadly home invasion reveals just how far a father would go for his daughter."
"A devout mother pulls a gun and exposes the problems in her marriage and her mind."
"A troubled small-town teen moves to Las Vegas in search of adventure, but Sin City gives her much more than she bargained for. Is she guilty of a gruesome murder, or an innocent victim of circumstance?"
"Best friends band together after a husband's death, but are they sharing a deadly secret?"
"A hunter's death has authorities tracking a killer, but the trail leads surprisingly close to home."
Season 15 - Snapped
"A brutal murder uncovers one couple's shocking history of domestic abuse and raises surprising questions about the identity of the aggressor."
"The discovery of a murdered man exposes the dark and disturbing secrets hidden within his family."
"A Snapped special episode: Three women are driven to extremes, all with one thing in common: social media."
"A brutal attack with a hammer leads to claims of abuse and reveals a shocking secret life."
"The poisoning of a prominent cancer researcher raises scandalous questions about one of his co-workers."
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"A sudden illness ends a short marriage, but is the widow hiding a poisonous secret?"
"When a man is beaten to death in his own home, police search for intruders but find a suspect much closer to home."
"A contractor's murder leads to another death, three arrests and a shocking motive."
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"A young wife finds her husband dead, but police soon uncover a twisted web of lies and murder."
"Years after the tragic shooting of his father, a young man reveals the depths of his mother's cruelty."
"A murder in broad daylight causes the authorities to question whether it was an act of self-defense or a cold blooded murder."
Season 16 - Snapped
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"They say a mother's love is forever, but when a dead body is found in a small town in Texas will it have one mother facing death?"
"A small town church is shocked when one member is shot and another stands accused."
"A mysterious disappearance leads police to a woman pushing a trash can full of body parts down the street."
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"A murder investigation which pits a son against his mother and sheds new light on a previously unsolved death."
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"The celebrity murder that shocked a nation - one of the country's leading comedians is gunned down in his own home."
"The 2011 slaying of a real estate appraiser in his home is investigated."
"Ana Gonzalez-Angulo (Lynn Talley), the well-known breast cancer research doctor, is investigated for poisoning her lover and fellow researcher, Dr. George Blumenschein (Mondy Carter)."
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Season 19 - Snapped
"A 17-year relationship ends in gunfire, leaving two children fatherless as cops ask - was it self-defense or was it an act of jealousy?"
"The discovery of an unidentified woman's decomposed body in a roadside ditch leads to a mystery that unravels a deadly love triangle."
"A beautiful college student and a successful attorney looked like the perfect couple, but a shooting reveals the shocking secrets in their relationship. After reviewing the interrogation tapes will a jury believe claims of self-defense? ."
"Richard Schoeck is murdered in February 2010 and his wife Stacey Schoeck is accused of hiring a personal trainer to kill him, her fifth husband."
Season 20 - Snapped
"Convicted for the murder of his wife and unborn child, follows the trial of Scott Peterson."
"Witnessing the shooting of her ex-boyfriend, an attractive woman can't remember what happened - raising questions about split personalities, stalking and suicide."
"A woman finds her parents murdered in their dairy farmhouse. Law enforcement begin to wonder if previous murders within the family and the current murders, are connected. With so many theories and suspicions around the deaths, detectives begin ruling out suspects."
"A body is found encased in concrete, which leads to questions about a former sheriff's deputy and what her boyfriend's ties are, to law enforcement."
Season 21 - Snapped
"An Air Force sergeant is gunned down in his garage revealing an elaborate conspiracy with an unlikely mastermind."
Season 22 - Snapped
"When a loving father suddenly disappears, police uncover a trouble marriage and a deadly plot."
"A devoted grandmother, who attempts to save her grandchild from an unfit mother, is found executed in her own home."
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