Apple TV Buy. The Search for Christie Wilson Jan 30, The Murder of Jackie Vandagriff Jan 16, The Tara Grinstead Mystery Jan 2, The Disappearance of Kristin Smart Nov 28, The Murder of Anna Repkina Oct 31, Where Is Jennifer Kesse? Oct 24, Justice for Ahmaud Oct 10, The Ambush of Kevin Harris Sep 30, The Corn Rake Murder Sep 26, Home Renovation Homicide Sep 12, The Tiger King Mystery Sep 9, Tracking the Murders of Israel Keyes May 9, What Ever Happened to Mary Day?
May 2, The Murder of Haley Anderson Apr 25, Crosley Green's Hard Time Apr 18, Lizzie Borden Took an Axe Mar 28, Broken Hearts Mar 14, The Plot to Kill Dr. Sievers Feb 15, The Death of Todd Stermer Feb 1, Chacey Poynter: Witness to Murder Jan 18, The Killing of Officer Green Dec 7, The Killing of Daniel Green Dec 7, Justice for Kelsey Berreth Nov 23, Maria Spencer's Vow to Kill Nov 16, The Disappearance of Kelly Dwyer Nov 2, Who Wanted Howard Pilmar Dead?
Oct 26, The Murder of Kelsey Berreth Oct 5, The Hollywood Ripper Sep 14, Peter Chadwick: Caught Aug 10, Jayme Closs: Hometown Hero Jun 8, What Happened to Rachael? May 18, Find Peter Chadwick May 11, A Death in Payson Canyon Apr 27, In Jason's Name Apr 20, Live to Tell: The Vendetta Apr 13, Widow's War Mar 30, Karrie's Choice Mar 23, The Shape of a Killer Mar 16, Out of Reach Mar 9, Fatal Crossing Mar 2, Portrait of a Killer Feb 23, Knock Knock Jan 19, Sugar Land: Life or Death Jan 5, FindJodi Dec 15, Defending DJ Dec 1, What Happened in Apartment 4C?
Nov 17, Operation Murder Nov 17, In the Name of Hate Nov 10, Cold-Blooded Killer Oct 20, Dead Ringer Oct 13, Hollywood Horror Story Oct 6, Click for a Killer Sep 29, Murder on Red River May 19, Lorenzen Wright: No Defense May 12, Dark Side of the Mesa May 12, Don't Scream May 5, The Last Ride Home Apr 28, The Golden State Killer Apr 28, The Clown Did It Apr 21, The Lost Boy Apr 14, Missing Marsha Apr 7, Live to Tell: Trafficked Mar 31, The Fitbit Alibi Mar 24, Mystery at Eagle Creek Mar 17, Who Killed Fabio?
Mar 10, Sins of the Father Jan 27, All-American Murder Jan 20, Grapes of Wrath Jan 6, The Evidence Room Dec 23, Taken Away Nov 18, Reality Kills Nov 11, Storm of Suspicion Oct 28, Red Notice for Murder Oct 21, Moment of Truth Oct 7, The Widow on Solway Road Sep 30, Serial Confessions Jun 24, Death by Text Jun 16, Murder by Design May 20, Murder in the Mansion May 13, Resident Evil May 6, The Family Apr 29, The Alternate Suspects Mar 25, Death on Valentine's Day Mar 18, Live to Tell: Afraid of the Dark Mar 11, Eleven Hundred Miles to Murder Feb 18, The Strange Life of Dr.
Schwartz Feb 11, Guilty Until Proven Innocent Feb 4, Jan 28, Hunted Nov 19, Live to Tell: Sophia's Secret Nov 19, Bad Boy Oct 29, Killer Performance Oct 8, The Mortician, the Murder, the Movie Oct 1, Killer App Sep 24, Death and the Dentist Sep 17, Bringing A Nation Together Jul 9, Death of an Olympian May 14, When Cathy Cimoch found out she was pregnant with quadruplets, she decided she'd try to have all four.
But the difficulties prove tremendous. Will her babies survive? Many identical twins - even those raised separately - are remarkably alike, down to their hairstyles. But others are drastically different. What determines these outcomes? Is it genes, or environment?
For more than 40 years, Erin Moriarty and her sister thought they were identical twins. But are they? Or was the doctor who delivered them mistaken? Should wrongdoers who are mentally ill be treated in the same way as are calculating, cold-blooded murderers? And what happens when a killer, judged insane, then claims to be cured and asks for freedom? He was soon caught, and confessed, telling authorities that God had told him to kill demons.
Found not guilty by reason of insanity, he was sent to the state mental hospital. Now he says he is no longer mentally ill and should be allowed to work unsupervised off hospital grounds. His longtime lawyer agrees. But the relatives of his former victims don't want him freed and the psychiatrist hired by the state thinks Hayes is still dangerous.
In Philadelphia lawyer Jay Centifanti shot his wife five times. He claimed insanity and never went to prison. Now a crusader for the mentally ill, he says he leads a normal life. Did the system work, or did he get off easily? What would possess a mother to kill her newborn child? Authorities say that some mothers fall victim to an altered state known as postpartum psychosis, in which mothers are not aware of what they are doing to their children.
One of these mothers is Dawn March, who drowned her week-old daughter Shawna. March was sent to a mental hospital. What happened to her? It is 29, feet of foreboding rock and ice: Mt. It has challenged and sometimes beaten even the bravest climbers. Among those who were willing to try: a year-old professor who has only one foot. Last year, that climber, Tom Whittaker, tried to leave his footprint on Everest as the first disabled climber to make the ascent. Unusual relationships between man and beast; woman's quest to save the orangutan in Indonesia; lions as pets; glider pilot leads birds' migration; scientists study penguins in Antarctica.
CBS News 48 Hours examines the case of two Oklahoma boys who shot and killed their brutally abusive father. Everyone in Rush Springs knew what was going on at the Dutton place. But no one stopped it. So the two boys took matters into their own hands. Is what they did murder or self-defense? Most of us have lives constrained by the possible. But a brave few reach for what others deem impossible. Some strive to recover from devastating injuries, to balance more people on a thin strand of wire, or to row across more miles than ever before.
They put themselves in great danger, sometimes even risking too much. Bryant Gumbel travels to the heights of Kenya to discover what gives these racers their edge. Where many people would be terrified, she finds her happiest moments. Now he's actually doing it. It takes unimaginable willpower, plus 10, strokes a day. Then, two years ago, he had a devastating accident. Harold Dow finds out how he has dealt with life on the ground.
He finds a courageous man, unwilling to regret his decisions. Then she meets Rebecca Olivares, struggling with an even scarier, more frustrating injury. See how each helps the other overcome her fears. Do ghosts exist? Can we communicate with the dead? Do humans live more than one lifetime? Is any of this stuff really real?
Ghosts For Guests? Leland French is sure that his historic house, McRaven, is haunted. Find out what two parapsychologists, who investigate claims of hauntings, think about these ghosts. Tapping Into Past Lives: Dr. Brian Weiss is a Yale-trained psychiatrist who believes that hypnotism can help people remember their past lives.
Correspondent Bernie Goldberg reports. Spiritual Switchboard: George Anderson used to be a telephone operator. Now he claims to communicate with the dead. What happens when 48 Hours puts him to the test? Psychic For Cops: Annette Martin says she has helped police solve many mysterious crimes. Among those who believe in her ability is retired Detective Rich Keaton. But what seems psychic to Martin seems like good questioning and good luck to a veteran debunker.
Remote Viewing Up Close: Those who believe they have extrasensory perception powers claim to see events and places far out of immediate range. They are also called remote viewers. Onis put to the test by Correspondent Harold Dow. Whose fault is his death? His parents? His doctors? Should his parents - put on trial for allowing his death to occur - be held responsible? As 48 Hours explores how a controllable medical problem could get so far out of control, you'll learn more about the following individuals: Allen Griffen, a fourth-grader in Johnston, Iowa.
On May 22, , he died of peritonitis, a treatable intestinal disease. He weighed about 45 pounds when he died. Terry and Jean Griffen, Allen's parents. The Griffins say they had no idea that their son was in danger of dying. They say they think about their son's death every day. But Iowa authorities, who said the signs of danger were obvious, charged the pair with willfully depriving their son of medical care. The couple faced 10 years in prison.
Carla Fultz and Bill Price, the Griffens' lawyers. They argued that Allen's doctors didn't adequately communicate the danger to the boy or his parents. Thomas Bennett, who served as the Iowa state medical examiner. He said on the stand that Allen was a victim of "medical neglect. The Griffens' lawyers argued that these two are really at fault in Allen's death. Ultimately, the Griffens were found not guilty of neglect. They considered adopting another child, but never did.
Following their acquittal, the Griffens sued Allen's doctors for malpractice. The case was settled out of court. We expect that teachers, whose job is to nurture and guide children, will always have the best interests of their charges at heart. But sometimes teachers go astray: Sexual contact between teachers and students has increasingly become an issue.
These relationships are disturbing, not least because they are sometimes complex. Tonight, in "Teacher's Pet," 48 Hours reports on several such cases, examining the difficult questions these cases raise about responsibility and coercion. Many people think of con artists as charismatic rakes, criminals who don't really hurt anyone. The reality is usually very different.
Whether financially, emotionally or physically, con artists can cause their victims enormous pain. CBS News 48 Hours takes a look at two unusual and charming con artists, both of whom ended up hurting their victims - in one case, mortally.
Raymond Stone claimed that he was just a con man, that he would never resort to violence. But police and prosecutors said he was a murderer. Retha Sue Whitfield was a former professional gospel musician. She painted herself as a deeply religious woman. That didn't stop her from defrauding a widow out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
We have forever been fascinated with wild animals. Correspondent Harold Dow profiles an unusual star. Swimming With Trouble: Dolphins have a reputation as gentle, friendly creatures. But new research indicates that they may also be stone-cold killers. Troy Roberts reports. How does AIBO stack up against his flesh-and-blood relatives? Secret Language Of Elephants: Susan Spencer interviews a biologist who is trying to decode elephant communication that's barely audible to human ears.
These days, they're calling in the pet psychologist. Richard Schlesinger reports. As Bill Lagattuta discovers, they'r actually very bright. It's every parent's nightmare: a missing child. With every passing hour, the tendency to think the worst grows. CBS News' 48 Hours reports on how parents and authorities responded in three cases.
Traci Rene Conrad: On Feb. Authorities and local people spent the next 25 days searching frantically for the little girl, often slogging their way through pouring rain. Finally, Rene's body was found in a kiln, just a few blocks from the Conrads' house. The kiln belonged to the Galik family, and police soon arrested a former truck driver named Kevin Galik, then When she disappeared, Rene had been on her way to visit Galik's children.
She was found wrapped in a sheet matching those inside the Galik home, and a man's T-shirt was wrapped around her head. The shirt was Kevin Galik's size. Galik claimed innocence, but at his trial, prosecutors produced several witnesses who undercut his alibi. He was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Rene's parents, Chris and Terri, have since become vocal advocates for better, quicker police response to child-related crimes. Three months later, after a frenzied nationwide search, Kerri was found in the possession of Karen Lea Hughes, a year-old woman. Hughes, who said she had kidnapped the baby to ease her distress about a miscarriage, was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Kerri now lives with her mother, Jessica Mammini, in the San Francisco area. Robert Kloack: In , Robert Kloack's mother lost a custody battle for her son. In response, she went underground, taking her 3-year-old son to Florida. She taught him at home and seldom let him go outside. When he was found after five years and returned to his father Tom in Idaho Falls, Idaho. What is the thrill of risking danger?
Is it the momentary adrenaline rush or the sense of having cheated death? Whatever it is, the pursuit of extreme excitement appears to have caught on in a major way. From jumping out of airplanes to climbing mountains, Americans are putting themselves in harm's way - all in the pursuit of fun.
Follow along as she decides to confront her greatest fear, returning to the skies to jump once more. Surviving An Avalanche: Christian George got more thrills than he expected when he was trapped in an avalanche while snowmobiling. Find out how he tunneled his way through miles of snow, back to safety. And she takes her work home with her, too: A top Hollywood stuntwoman, Folkerson is married to stunt coordinator Jeff Ramsey.
Susan Spencer reports. What is courage? Many people see it as a dramatic attribute, the ability to suddenly rise above fear. But courage can also be something quieter and more lasting. Thursday CBS News' 48 Hours profiles three people whose courage consists in their dogged, decades-long fight to overcome obstacles. The three face different difficulties, but what they share in common is their commitment to triumph no matter what the odds.
As a kid growing up in a tough California town in the s and s, Louis Zamperini was a troublemaker. He hopped freight trains, skipped school and fled from the police more than once. But then he discovered that he was a world-class runner. In , he ran in the Berlin Olympics. Then his life took an incredible turn. In "Race To Freedom," 48 Hours Adventures tells the story of Zamperini and of his dogged will to survive all kinds of mental and physical obstacles.
Bob Simon reports, from all over the world. As Hurricane Floyd makes its way up the East Coast, 48 Hours reports on the havoc that this and other such storms can cause: "Nature's Fury. What do mph winds really feel like? Chasing Floyd: While everyone else in Floyd's path headed for safe ground, meteorologist Josh Wurman went into the danger zone -- all in the name of science.
By all accounts, Matt Mathews can be a charming, intelligent man. He could be a good listener and a good parent. He was also a master con man. Over the years, he conned many women, stealing their hearts and then their money. Wonderful," a man who, to many women, seemed as if he could do no wrong. Correspondent Susan Spencer investigates the tangled web of lies that Mathews relied upon to create his persona.
Was he a former pro football player or a doctor? A race car driver? Or a wealthy heir? Even as he was being put on trial, Mathews continued to defraud other women. Spencer talks to one of those women to find out how she why she allowed herself to be deceived, and also looks into Mathews' past to see if she can discover what led him to such a life. With the help of dogged detective work, Mathews is arrested once again.
Find out what happened when he went on trial last year. Police identified the gunman as year-old Buford Furrow, a white supremacist armed with a 9-millimeter semiautomatic and a hatred for Jews. In less than a minute, he opened fire on five children and then proceeded to kill a postal worker. After a frantic citywide search, she was discovered hidden in the waterbed of a year-old boy who lived across the street.
Josh Phillips was put on trial, convicted of first-degree murder, and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But the question remains: Why did he do it? For seven days, parents Steve and Sheila Clifton held out hope, and with the help of dozens of volunteers searched desperately for their daughter. Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on how Josh was viewed by his family, friends and teachers. Was there any hint that he could end up murdering his playmate?
Thomas Capano had it all. A wealthy, charming lawyer, Capano, 50, moved in the highest circles of Delaware politics and had been encouraged by some to run for state attorney general. But in , Capano's carefully constructed life came crashing down, when he became the suspect in the disappearance of Anne Marie Fahey, the year-old scheduling secretary to the governor of Delaware. How did such a seemingly perfect man end up in this position?
With help from crime writer Ann Rule, who has written a book about the case, 48 Hours finds out. To most people around Wilmington, Del. But behind the mask, another person lurked. Correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates how the man who had it all ended up being sentenced to die by lethal injection. For three years, Capano tried to elude justice. But with a combination of hard work and extraordinary luck, prosecutors convicted him. Moriarty reports.
Gambling is one of this country's most popular activities. One expert estimates that 4 million people in this country are addicted to gambling. Melanie Morgan was a successful radio and TV journalist. Then she started playing poker, in legal games in Seattle. Soon she let everything else go, including her career, her marriage, and even her newborn baby. Correspondent Troy Roberts reports on her long struggle to regain control. A recent study found that 70 percent of day traders lose money. But Kenny Glick is convinced that he can buck those odds.
Correspondent Susan Spencer reports on an activity that many critics say is just another form of gambling. But this form of gambling has its price. Correspondent Harold Dow reports. While he is ferrying fares around New York, cabbie Carlos Rubino, who has a laptop computer in his taxi, trades online and even offers tips.
Dow reports from Manhattan's hectic streets. Can a team of dogged detectives solve a 6-year-old disappearance when all of the trails seem to have gone cold? In , Russ Smith and his wife Khristine had seemed like the perfect couple. They had been married for eight years and lived a comfortable life in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Next-door neighbor Debbie Orosz says that Khristine was a wonderful mother, deeply involved in her daughter's life. A former policeman, Smith, 32 at the time, worked as the service manager of the local Sears automotive department. But in September of that year, Khristine disappeared. Soon after, police arrested Crosley Green, a black man recently released from prison on drug charges. On Sept. He was sentenced to death.
Ever since, he has been on death row. Last year five prominent private detectives got together to try to exonerate Green. They believe he is innocent. For years, Jennifer Bush had been in and out of hospitals. By the time she was 8, she had been hospitalized more than times, and had undergone more than 40 surgeries. Doctors had removed her gallbladder, her appendix and part of her intestines.
She was often nourished through feeding tubes. What was causing Jennifer's illness? Florida prosecutors say her mother, Kathy Bush. Over his life, year-old David Pecard has had many careers. Among other things, he has been a lawyer, a police officer, an emergency room technician and a soldier. Who is Pecard? No one, not even him, is quite sure. But whatever else he may be, he is also a prolific con man, who over the last 25 years has talked his way with remarkable skill into police departments and onto top secret military posts.
He conducted federal investigations with the FBI, put criminals behind bars and married six women. Tom Green is a polygamist. But he has a problem. In Utah, where he lives, polygamy is a felony, and Green faces up to 25 years in jail. To most people, a miracle is an event that appears unexplainable by the laws of nature or science, and therefore is supernatural or an act of God. A recent poll found that 61 percent of Americans believe in miracles. Do they exist? And to what extent?
Should we believe? Correspondent Bill Lagattuta travels to Rome to find out how the Vatican chooses a saint. Officials are in the process of deciding on the status of Katherine Drexel, a Philadelphia heiress who gave up her wealth to become a nun, and who, many believe, had healing powers.
Correspondent Harold Dow reports on one desperate family who traveled to Lourdes in search of a miraculous cure to an incurable disease. Tanya Fisher had never met her birth mother. After searching for years, she finally found her, and discovered that they had actually been neighbors.
Correspondent Susan Spencer reports from North Carolina. Being a teen-ager can be difficult. Teetering between childhood and adulthood, teens are often saddled with myriad responsibilities and can feel pulled in a thousand different directions. To find out what being a teen in contemporary America is really like, 48 Hours spent the last year reporting on extraordinary members of the Class of Find out how they muster the requisite courage and drive, and what they are able to accomplish.
Fort Worth, Texas, high school senior Jacque Steinmetz thought that her church was just about the safest place she could be. She was wrong. Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports how Jacque copes with the emotional aftermath of a deadly shooting. Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports on year-old Californian Mae Lin Schultz, who has spent the past two years rebuilding her life after a mudslide destroyed her family's house.
Correspondent Harold Dow spends time with Jennifer Bell, a Maryland teen who earlier this year suffered a stroke. After coming out of a coma, she is determined to return to school and graduate on time with her high school class. Five years ago, Rachel Hubnik of Plano, Texas, began experimenting with drugs, eventually moving to heroin. Now 16, Rachel is struggling to stay off drugs and rebuild her life. What will life in the next century be like? Are we on the brink of a technological and social revolution?
And who will decide the knotty moral questions that science brings to the fore? With the new century just a few days old, 48 Hours takes a probing look at the future of medicine, technology and lifestyles. Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on the latest in haute couture: clothing that lets people compute while they strut - or just go about their daily lives.
Correspondent Bill Geist profiles an innovative filmmaker, part of a new breed creating movies with the latest in digital technology - and cutting costs in the process. At age 82, Mary Bowermaster is a world-class athlete, in better shape than many people a third her age. Correspondent Mike Wallace spends some time with her, to find out how she does it. Correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports on the latest research on how the brain works, and how it can be improved.
One day, we may be able to artificially augment our intelligence with microscopic computers implanted in our brains. Afflicted with a deadly disease, year-old Amy Frohnmayer is hoping that a cutting-edge treatment known as gene therapy will save her life. Correspondent Jerry Bowen examines the controversy behind risky gene therapy.
Three years ago, with the help of a new procedure, Judy Bershak had her first child. She was almost 50 and past menopause. As researchers learn more about human genetics and reproduction, cases like hers are becoming more and more common. Every family has its problems and its petty disputes. But some families get more creative about their arguments. They sue each other, threaten each other, even raise the rent on each other.
These people just might make your family look like the Waltons. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports on the Tinney family, which is fighting over a million dollar family home. What happens when an elderly wealthy mother likes her plumber so much that she adopts him? When the landlord is also your sister, raising the rent can create some knotty problems.
Correspondent Harold Dow visits Lockhart, Texas, where two siblings got into a serious beef over the family's famous barbecue restaurant. Comedian Louie Anderson hosts the long-running game show Family Feud. As Correspondent Bernie Goldberg discovers, Anderson has his own, er, unusual, family to deal with. The Kirk brothers live in Unity, Maine. But their own relationship doesn't quite live up to the town's name. Correspondent Peter Van Sant spends time with the two loggers, who were involved in a bitter fight over a piece of equipment known as a skidder.
What happens when a vicious criminal turns out to be your child or sibling? Correspondent Bill Lagattuta reports on the Robisons, who are fighting to save their son from execution. But the killer himself, Larry Robison, says that he is ready to die.
As the appeals drag on, the Robison family becomes divided over whether to keep fighting to save Larry Robison's life. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports on policewoman Molly McIntyre's sense of duty in a murder case where her son is a suspect. After her son is charged with murder, Molly McIntyre plays a forceful role in the trial. Will she succeed? Obesity is the second-leading cause of preventable deaths in this country, according to a recent report in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The government now says that 34 percent of Americans are clinically obese - at least a third of their weight is fat. Being overweight is a nationwide problem and a national obsession. Every year millions of Americans go on diets. Some of them lose weight permanently; most, however, do not. Updates add information about the murder investigation of Sheila Bellush, killed in front of her babies.
Also known as "Murder For Hire? In , Michael and Mindy Shapiro went through a bitter, acrimonious divorce, involving infidelity, jealousy and revenge. But the Shapiros' divorce went beyond normal nastiness: It included accusations of murder, reports 48 Hours Correspondent Bill Lagattuta. In , Dr. Shapiro began having an affair with one of his patients, Jean Adair, a married woman. Soon after, his wife discovered the affair. The next year, someone brutally murdered Adair's husband, Robert.
Someone smashed Robert Adair's head in with a baseball bat. Was it his wife, Jean? Or did Mindy Shapiro have something to do with the crime? After two years, police charged Jean Adair with murdering her husband. But prosecutors will have a hard time proving their case; Mindy Shapiro gives the defense a powerful weapon.
After three weeks, both sides rest. The jury deliberates. Will they find Jean Adair guilty? Crystal and Jesse wanted a family. So they decided to adopt. They went all the way to Russia and adopted two children. But their dream took a strange, difficult turn. They say one of the children, a nine-year-old girl, turned out to have deep emotional problems.
Could they cope with their new dilemma? There are more than 70 million single adults in America today. That seems like a lot to choose from, but finding a soulmate is not easy. Americans are working harder these days, and that leaves little time for dating. But the search for true love goes on. Millions are using new methods of matchmaking - everything from online dating services to international singles tours.
After going on 15 online dates, will her sixteenth be the charm? As 48 Hours tagged along, she went out with British computer consultant Andy Wright. Find out if the sparks flew. She met a North Carolina man named Scott Bradburg. They seemed to have a lot in common, and Lavan decided to fly to North Carolina to meet him.
Will they - and their children - get along? Will Bradburg pass the "car door test? Did either of them find true love? Dangerous Liaison? There, Hughes, 63, met Roxana Yani, 40 years his junior. A few months later, the pair married in Las Vegas. Under confusing circumstances, Yani returned to Ukraine.
When she didn't return after five months, a despe. When her father came home, she shot and killed him. Her decision to pull the trigger has bitterly divided her family, pitting grandchildren against grandparents, as well as brothers against sisters. One side thinks that Mindy Berenyi is a calculating murderer; the other believes that she was driven to kill by her abusive father. Mindy says that her father Andy abused her, physically and emotionally.
Andy's wife, Mindy's stepmom, says that he was strict but that he never crossed the line. Spencer reports on both sides. Mindy's defense rests on a theory called "battered child syndrome. About 20 million Americans suffer from some type of anxiety disorder.
Many must deal every day with the fear that at any moment they could be overwhelmed by panic, one of type of anxiety disorder. The symptoms can be overwhelming. Everything gets blurry. But when it actually blacks out, and you can't see anything, that's probably the scariest thing. Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on two people trying out a new treatment for panic disorder. Can one week of intense therapy erase years of anxiety?
Although he has performed before large audiences for most of his life, Donny Osmond didn't know until recently that he had a severe anxiety disorder. Harold Dow finds out how Osmond faced his problem. Richard Schlesinger reports on a new method of confronting anxiety: using dogs as stress-busters.
It was supposed to be the house of their dreams. Now their million-dollar house is worthless. They were forced out when an invisible poison moved in. The whole family got sick - including their young son. Correspondent Erin Moriarty reports on a family whose dream house was transformed into a nightmare by a poisonous mold. The mold spread throughout the house and forced them to leave. Did it cause brain damage? It was a simple visit to the county fair that ended tragically.
Peter Van Sant reports on how a small drink of contaminated water scarred a family forever. Last year, Cody Unser, an energetic, athletic year-old, was paralyzed by a puzzling virus. Peter Van Sant takes a "germ tour" of Tucson, Ariz. How contaminated are most everyday places? Bill Lagattuta reports on Strep B, a bug that can kill newborn infants. See what happened to two families whose children had the disease. Four family members in a rural community were brutally killed in the middle of the night.
A teen-age waitress was found beaten to death. A young immigrant girl disappeared without a trace. Find out how hard work and new technology can play a role. Here's an update. In December , four members of the Huling family were shot and killed in their rural home.
One young boy, Bill Huling, survived. No one was arrested. Correspondent Erin Moriarty reports on the investigators trying to crack the case years later. With the help of a 48 Hours broadcast, new witnesses emerged. Investigators focused on a convicted murderer and rapist named Joe Ture, and took a second look at a mysterious toy car.
Police explored a connection between the Huling case and the murder of a young waitress. Then she disappeared. Her family never knew what happened. Susan Spencer tells the story. When Marroquin's body was found last year hidden in an industrial drum, detectives went to work. Could they unravel a year-old mystery? More than 15 million children currently go online - more than 10 million of then in America.
Are they safe? For that matter, are adults safe when they go online? Maybe not. Will it succeed? Love's Tangled Web: Bill Lagattuta explores a new way to check on people you meet online. One woman relied on the service, with some unexpected results. An Online Tragedy: Susan Spencer reports on one man who took his obsession into cyberspace, with deadly results. Every year about 1, homicides are committed by people who are mentally ill and not in treatment.
Many of these cases have made national headlines; in one case two years ago, a schizophrenic man killed a young woman by pushing her in front of a New York City subway. Often, the families of those with psychiatric problems must decide whether to have their children forcibly hospitalized. On Dec. Inside authorities found the burned bodies of four teen-age girls: Eliza Thomas and Jennifer Harbison, both 17, who were store employees; Sarah Harbison, Jennifer's younger sister, 15; and Amy Ayers, 13, who had stopped by to visit at closing time.
The girls had been shot. The case consumed the Austin community. Since then, police have searched for the killers and hit numerous dead ends along the way. Over the years, there were dozens of suspects. Correspondent Erin Moriarty reports on this long, difficult case. What would drive well-educated girls from a well-off suburb to become armed robbers? Drugs and Money: Around Houston, Kingwood has a reputation of being an oasis from urban problems. But growing up there did not keep four teen-age girls out of serious trouble.
Bernard Goldberg reports on this unusual case. Teen-agers On Trial: After two of the girls pleaded guilty, they had to persuade a jury that they deserve mercy. But the prosecutor wanted them to serve prison time. Another girl pleaded innocent, determined to avoid prison altogether. Find out what the jury decided. In , Sheila Bryan was just another small-town mother, living with her husband in Omega, Ga.
But everything changed on Aug. Susan Spencer reports on a family struggling with an enormous burden. By his own estimate, Dr. Robert Morgan has delivered more than 6, babies over his year career as an Indianapolis obstetrician. Many of his patients love him. But some patients say that he is not only rude and unresponsive, but negligent and incompetent. Susan Spencer reports on the bitter fight over Morgan's reputation.
The two cases were eerily similar. In , in a quiet Ohio town, year-old Patti Rebholz was bludgeoned to death. Police questioned her boyfriend, Michael Wehrung, but for years no one was charged. In , in an exclusive Connecticut suburb, year-old Martha Moxley was beaten to death with a golf club. Police had several suspects, among them year-old Michael Skakel.
In this case as well, no was charged for years. Now, police have reopened both cases. But is it too late for justice to be done? Who Killed Patty Rebholz? Murders didn't happen in Greenhills. But one night in , year-old Patty Rebholz was brutally killed.
Police suspected that Michael Wehrung had something to do with her death, but an unusual judicial decision kept him free. Harold Dow reports. A Trial: Years later, prosecutors make an arrest. What happens next? Who Killed Martha Moxley?
On the night before Halloween in , someone attacked Martha Moxley with a golf club. The club came from a set owned by her neighbors, the Skakels. No one was ever arrested. But in , police reopened the case. Find out what happened. In the summer of , Dyke Rhoads, 27, met year-old Karen Spesard. The couple fell in love and were married on March 22, But less than three months later, on July 6, in their hometown of Paris, Ill. After the crime, the killer or killers set a fire to destroy the evidence.
The next year, two men, Randy Steidl and Herb Whitlock, were arrested. Whitlock, then 41, was a part-time construction worker and small-time drug dealer. Stiedl, then 35, also worked construction jobs and had several convictions for assault. The motive for the murders, according to prosecutors: a drug deal gone bad. After the trial in , Whitlock was sentenced to life in prison; Steidl was sentenced to death.
But are they really the murderers? Over the years, Steidl and Whitlock have continued to claim that they were innocent. They weren't the only ones who thought that justice had gone astray. In , David Protess, a Northwestern University journalism professor, and four of his students began to reinvestigate the crime trying to find out who killed the couple. Jane Alexander didn't expect to spend her golden years as an amateur detective, heading a group that helps families of murder victims solve cases.
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A boxer is shot and stabbed by her husband but refuses to go down for the count. Michelle Martinko fought for her life in a parking lot. Her attacker was left bleeding — creating the evidence that solved the case. The Murder of Anna Repkina. Did a love triangle lead to murder?
Where is Jennifer Kesse? A young woman vanishes from her Florida condo — security footage captures a phantom figure calmly parking her car. Is it the kidnapper? Justice for Ahmaud. S33 E9. Ahmaud Arbery was jogging when he was chased and shot. The Case Against Sandra Garner. S33 E8. A rare look inside a murder case where virtually everything from the first moments of the investigation through the verdict are captured on camera.
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A woman repeatedly threatened to kill her ex. She enlisted her father to help make good on her promise. Cold-Blooded Killer. A father goes hunting in a Florida lake and vanishes. Many thought he was eaten by alligators, but not his mother.
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Years later a woman appears and claims to be the missing girl. Is she an impostor? The Murder of Haley Anderson. Will he get away with murder? Crosley Green's Hard Time. Notorious serial killer Ted Bundy targeted three young Florida women in one of his final attacks. They survived and share their terrifying ordeal and long road to recovery. Did Lizzie Borden really hack her parents to death? A surprising answer and an inside look at the haunting crime scene.
A man on death row says his blood was planted at the crime scene. Will an empty vial help his case? Broken Hearts. The Case Against Sandra Garner. A rare look inside a murder case where virtually everything from the first moments of the investigation through the verdict are captured on camera. Find Yura - Manhunt on the Dark Web. In Jason's Name. An Irish businessman is killed by his American au-pair-turned-wife and her father. They claim self-defense. The killing of the popular gymnastics coach divides a town.
The Death of Todd Stermer. A woman accused of setting her house on fire and then intentionally running over her husband as he escaped the flames speaks out to "48 Hours. A boxer is shot and stabbed by her husband but refuses to go down for the count. Michelle Martinko fought for her life in a parking lot. Her attacker was left bleeding — creating the evidence that solved the case.
The Murder of Anna Repkina. Did a love triangle lead to murder? Where is Jennifer Kesse? A young woman vanishes from her Florida condo — security footage captures a phantom figure calmly parking her car. Is it the kidnapper? Justice for Ahmaud.
S33 E9. Ahmaud Arbery was jogging when he was chased and shot. The Case Against Sandra Garner. S33 E8. A rare look inside a murder case where virtually everything from the first moments of the investigation through the verdict are captured on camera. S33 E7. S33 E6. His parents want answers.
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