Wicked Attraction (2008– )
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Wicked Attraction looks at the case of Skylar Deleon and his wife Jennifer Henderson who kill a California couple and steal their yacht.

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Episode credited cast:
Pete Demeo ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julie Armstrong ...
Herself - Forensic Psychologist
Dave Byington ...
Himself - Newport Beach Police (as Sgt. Dave Byington)
Skylar Deleon ...
Himself (archive footage)
Samantha Feigel ...
Keryn Barnes / Jennifer DeLeon
Jackie Hawks ...
Herself - Murder Victim (archive footage)
Jim Hawks ...
Himself - Brother of Jim Hawks
Thomas Hawks ...
Himself - Murder Victim (archive footage)
Jennifer Henderson ...
Herself (archive footage)
Betty Jarvi ...
Herself - Mother of John Jarvi
Michael Molfetta ...
Himself - Jennifer's Defense Attorney
Matt Murphy ...
Himself - Deputy District Attorney
Caitlin Rother ...
Herself - True Crime Author
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Tom Hawks
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Alonzo Machain (as Juan Veza)
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In the fall of 2004, panic is growing among relatives of Tom and Jackie Hawks. They've been unable to reach the couple for nearly two weeks. A visit to the yacht the pair call home provides another shock. Tom and Jackie are no longer living there. Instead, a young couple has taken up residence. They claim the Hawks sold them the boat before heading off to Mexico. But something about their story doesn't add up. Police begin looking into these new owners, and their investigation soon leads from the sun soaked shores of California to the unforgiving depths of the Pacific. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary | Crime

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TV-14
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26 August 2010 (USA)  »

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