Laci Peterson and her unborn child are found floating in the San Francisco Bay. Her husband Scott is convicted of killing her. But crime writer Aphrodite Jones finds there is much more to this story than what is in the headlines.
The Las Vegas kidnapping case that put former football great O.J. Simpson in jail was one of many highly publicized Simpson cases with a singular theme - rage. Crime Writer Aphrodite Jones uncovers new information about the fall of an icon.
The wife of a novelist turns up dead at the bottom of a staircase and her husband is convicted of killing her. But did he? Crime writer Aphrodite Jones goes behind prison walls to confront Michael Peterson to find out if he killed his wife.
An actress turns up dead at the home of Phil Spector and the music legend is charged with murder. Crime writer Aphrodite Jones uncovers videotape that Spector hoped would clear his name, but instead is a damning self-portrait.
He is the most notorious serial killer in California history - the Zodiac. For forty years his identify has remained unknown. Now crime writer Aphrodite Jones follows his bloody trail to try to find the killer's true identify.
Two vicious dogs savagely kill a 33-year-old woman in a San Francisco apartment building. As crime writer Aphrodite Jones follows this bizarre story, she uncovers a world of prison gangs and animal cruelty that led to murder.
Two brothers murder their wealthy parents. Authorities say it was for money. The brothers say it was out of fear. Now, crime writer Aphrodite Jones talks with some who know the story - and believe what the Menendez brothers say may be true.
He was one of the world's greatest entertainers. But for the past twenty years Michael Jackson was haunted by allegations of child abuse. Crime writer Aphrodite Jones sets out to prove those charges were as responsible for his early death as drugs.
In Orange County, California, crime writer Aphrodite Jones goes on the hunt for a missing couple. What she discovers is a horrifying web of deceit that is the foundation for one of the most disturbing crimes California has ever seen.
When Washington, D.C. intern Chandra Levy goes missing, a U.S. congressman falls under suspicion. Crime writer Aphrodite Jones examines the story's media circus, the life of Levy and what really happened to her in Washington.