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Accident on Banyan St. 

San Bernardino, CA, 1964: When Lucille and Cork Miller's car crashes, Cork burns to death inside. Half the evidence suggests it was an accident, but could Lucille have wanted her husband out of the picture?

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Elise Greven

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Elise Greven
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Episode credited cast:
Tiffany Baker Tiffany Baker ... Lucille Miller
Tom Ashton ... Gordon 'Cork' Miller
Siobhan Kiernan Siobhan Kiernan ... Debra Miller
Tyler Evans Tyler Evans ... Arthwell Hayton
Debra Miller Debra Miller ... Herself
Ronan Miller Ronan Miller ... Himself
Michelle McNamara ... Herself
Verlyn Klinkenborg Verlyn Klinkenborg ... Himself
Thea McCartan ... Narrator (voice)
Addison Homs ... Ron Miler
Sean William Dougherty Sean William Dougherty ... Guy Miller
Ronald Morehead Ronald Morehead ... Detective Patterson
Susan Courtney Susan Courtney ... Elaine Hayton
Susan Brooks Susan Brooks ... Mrs. Swenson
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Norman Aaronson Norman Aaronson ... Accident Driver
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San Bernardino, CA, 1964: When Lucille and Cork Miller's car crashes, Cork burns to death inside. Half the evidence suggests it was an accident, but could Lucille have wanted her husband out of the picture?

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Documentary | Crime

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16 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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Xcon Productions See more »
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Injustice e done to Lucille Miller!
18 August 2018 | by leedejongSee all my reviews

I watched your documentary and found a huge immersive dinner to Lucille Miller. I may have been inclined to believe this story of what the prosecution put forward if I hadn't seen what happens to cars in an accident and ones reaction during and after an accident. Firstly, we lived on a farm out in the country right next to a very straight highway. I was woken once night by a terribly loud crashing sound. I was only about 14 at the time. I screamed for my parents telling them there was an accident and ran from my room, which was closest to the road. When I go it there there was this yellow Volkswagen beetle on its roof and a young woman lying in the car. I opened three door and started to pull her out of the car as she was totally dazed. My father arrived and helped me get her out. Once put the woman started to come to her senses, but not quite. I saw fuel dropping from the car and alerted .y father to this, the next thing the car erupted in flames, but it was a slow start. The young woman started to fight to get back into the car to retrieve her purse with all her personal information of her life. We head to physically restrain her and thank goodness we did as within less than a minute of the first flames, the gas tank exploded and the car was engulfed in flames. Secondly, I have been in a few accidents, all, bar one because of other people's error. The first accident I was knocked off the road by a 10 ton truck, which clipped me from the side as the driver had not seen me when he turned into his working site. After much swerving from side to side, trying g not to kill the men on the open bed as they were flipped closer to the edge between three trick and mighty car so to speed hurting them I ramped the car into the open field over a fairly high earth wall, as it looked the safest and best thing to do, thinking that there wouldn't be much damage to my car or the men. Unfortunately, as I ramped there was a large wooden electrical pole exactly in the way! And, I hit it head on with the car literally sliding down this pole! Nie the strangest thing was, I calmly turned off the car in case of fire, found my purse, work files and plugs and RBIs I need,, exited the car and locked it, turning around to walk three rest of the way to work. I was walking away aged three trucks driver grabbed me by the arm and told me to sit down and wait for an ambulance. I told him I just had an accident to which he replied that he knew and it was his fault as he hadn't looked before he turned. I said find and for him to write it out and give me his details, insurance details ergo number, etc. Took them and set off. Someone offered to take me to work but I declined. At work since ears stunned at what I heard to tell them. I got hold of the insurance, giving them the details and got to working on my days tasks. About 4 hours later after the car had been assessed, I was phoned and asked if I had been to see a doctor, di which I told them no. They insisted I go for a check up. I was lucky to get off with the barest of a whip lash. No one could believe this as the cront of thecar was literally split in two. My reaction should not have been to take my stuff and leave, but to be in shock of hysteria. But this is my reaction to sick situation, as was shown again 20 years later after being in an accident which a lorry drove into the front of our car with its rear as it changed lanes. Or car skidded all over the highway AMD my husband was fighting to keep it from flipping after a second long flatbed hit us in the front. Thankfully that cares behind us saw what was happening amid all stopped giving us space to complete the shopping of the car. At last the car was under some kind of control, but shot across the highway through fencing, ramping down a span of earth , landing on a side road, my husband's turning the steering so that we wouldn't transverse the road onto a rail track as a train came by. My reaction was to get out of the car immediately. Yeo young army medics happened to be the first on the scene telling me to sit down next to the side of the road as I may be injured. I said I was fine and started walking away from the car looking at the debry left behind, picking up pieces as I went. Once of the medics caught up with me and told me to go back to the car, I told him I need to walk, but turning back to the car, finding my husband trapped in the car due to the scrunched up metal croon the accident, but between the two of us we got the dirt open. The paramedics urged me to sit down and wait dit the ambulance, but for me it was impossible. I checked that there was no chance of fire, that my husband was okay as the truck missed his head that by mere millimetres (i heard pulled his head out of the way just in time abed that our luggage was fine. So every person s a different way to rea t to stress AMD shock. I love, let go hysterical AMD offers throw tantrums or go dit help. Add fat as i I'm con earned Lucille Miller and her children were done an injustice! Also many people have affairs without killing their spouses! I feel so bad for these children too have to have gone through this tragedy AMD travesty!


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