A young woman with a new job and on the verge of marriage is found dead in her home with her throat slit and "#1" scrawled on the wall in lipstick. Is she the first of many who will fall prey to a serial killer?
The investigation of the murder of a married woman is stymied due to the main suspect-the husband-seemingly having a solid alibi: He was away sailing. The case is cracked, however, with the help of a fourteen year old girl.
A long haul trucker disappears just before New Years'. Thirteen years later a tax fuel auditor goes missing. The investigation into one case expands into another, and police uncover one of the most bizarre and grizzly crime scenes they've ever seen.
38 year-old Danny Coleman's charred remains are discovered 50 miles from home, and the investigation to hunt down his killers will take almost two decades and involve sex, drugs, and a voice reaching out from the grave.
When 21-year-old Rose Goggins goes missing, leaving her 1-year-old son behind, police have a gut feeling something is terribly wrong. They soon find her car, but not her body. Now, the only thing more shocking than what happens to Rose is who did it.
The charred body of an unidentified man was discovered by a logger in a remote part of northern Florida. The man was burned beyond recognition, and the crime scene required painstaking police work. Police were concerned they would never be able to identify the victim because both of his hands were severely burnt and his facial features were unrecognizable. Who was this man? And why would anyone want him dead?