Killer in Plain Sight

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Upcoming episodes

Aug 19th
1100p

Terrified to Death (Robert Spangler)

The beauty of the Grand Canyon turns to horror when Donna Spangler falls over the edge to her death while hiking with her husband. Her husband, Robert, claims it was a terrible accident, but bad luck seems to have a way of following Robert Spangler around. Fifteen years earlier his first wife and their two children were found dead in their home. At the time, it was deemed a murder-suicide, but Robert’s wives certainly have a tendency for meeting violent ends. Is Robert just unlucky, or is there something more sinister afoot?
Aug 19th
1130p

A Crazed Killer (Mark Winger)

Mark Winger enters his dining room to find his wife Donnah being attacked by an intruder. Mark gets his gun and shoots the attacker, but he is too late – both his wife and her alleged killer are pronounced dead. The intruder is later identified as Roger Harrington, a driver who may have been harassing the Wingers. It appears to be an open and shut case for police – a crazed Roger attacked Donnah and her husband heroically tried to stop it. But Roger Harrington’s family refuses to believe that he was capable of such insane behaviour, and for at least one detective, there’s one piece of evidence that doesn’t quite fit.
Aug 22nd
1100p

Bedtime Murder (Michael Culley)

Payette, Idaho is a quiet farming town where everyone knows everyone. There hasn’t been a homicide there for a decade until teacher Libbi Baune is found stabbed to death in her bedroom. It looks as though she may have interrupted a robbery in progress, because who would intentionally target Libbi? According to all who knew her, she was a kind soul who always did whatever she could to help people. But if Libbi was adept at giving, it’s looking like she may have crossed paths with a killer who only understands how to take.
Aug 22nd
1130p

Luxury, Jealousy and Murder (Narcy Novack)

Successful businessman Ben Novack Jr. is the organiser for a large convention in New York, until he is shockingly found dead in his hotel room, his face beaten by barbells and his eyes gouged out with a knife. Someone really wanted Ben to suffer. Ben was an extremely wealthy man, so any number of people could have wanted him dead if there was money involved. At first, clues are scarce, but then police receive an anonymous letter, and it may just contain the answers they are looking for. It seems that while Ben planned a convention, someone else was planning his murder.
Aug 23rd
1100p

Murder in the Cabin (Amy Bosley)

A secluded getaway turns deadly when 9-1-1 receives a call from Amy Bosley claiming her husband is being attacked at their cabin deep in the woods. Police arrive to find the husband, Bob, shot to death, and Amy says that the killer ran out the back door into the woods. A massive search is undertaken to find the killer, who police believe was attempting to rob the cabin, but the search turns up nothing. As it happens, the Bosley’s were extremely wealthy, and while money seems a likely motive, greed can take more forms than simple robbery.
Aug 23rd
1130p

Late Night Killer (Warren Mackey)

Police confront a bizarre crime scene when they find single mother Norma Rodriguez strangled to death with her entire head completely wrapped in duct tape. No one can seem to explain why a killer would want to do this with her head, but the more important question - who actually killed Norma? – proves to be the harder one to answer, even after more women are found dead in a similar fashion. Is there a serial killer on the loose? Yes or no, police won’t get their answer until new advancements in DNA evidence emerge to help them along the way.
Aug 24th
1100p

Family Night Nightmare (William Gray)

Ben Oxley is killed in his sleep with a shotgun blast to the head, and his wife Melissa is sleeping right beside him when it happens. Melissa quickly becomes the prime suspect when parts of her story appear far-fetched. Why wasn’t she injured at all? Why didn’t she notice Ben had been shot until leaving the room and then coming back? And that massive life insurance policy Ben had just taken out doesn’t look too good for Melissa either. But it turns out Ben had also recently been in a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife. Suddenly there’s more places to cast suspicion than Melissa Oxley, and police are going to need the help of a surprising phone call before the truth comes to light.
Aug 24th
1130p

Love Triangle of Evil (Hetzel & Bloss)

The friends of 19-year-old Devon Guzman are worried when she doesn’t make it home one night. Searching her favourite park, they discover Devon’s dead body in the backseat of her car the next morning. Despite it looking like a drug overdose, police are suspicious about the scene. Devon had recently moved in with her partner, Keary Renner, but it turns out that Keary wasn’t the only lover in Devon’s life. As police investigate, they discover a spiteful lesbian love triangle and a jealous husband caught in the middle of it. With so much anger in the air, did one of them take it too far?
Aug 25th
1100p

Journal of Death (Emily Lauenborg)

When separated single mother Dana Laskowski is found strangled to death on her couch, police are puzzled by a lack of motive. A professional nanny with triplets of her own, who would want her dead? Police start by investigating the men in Dana’s life. There are enough of them and a few of seem to have a somewhat dangerous interest in Dana. Between her jealous boyfriend, angry ex, and an obsessed stalker, there seems to plenty of suspects who are strong enough to strangle her. Police are perplexed when they can’t seem to pin the murder on any of them, until a profiler helps shine a light on the true killer.
Aug 25th
1130p

Satanic Homicide (William Gray)

Idaho Falls, a peaceful farming town, is shocked by the sudden double-homicide of long-time friends Reeda Roudy and Betty Gray. The two women were shot in their beds at close range and in the kitchen, police find a shrine to the devil, with the words “Satan loves you” written in a victim’s blood. The town has no history of satanic worship, leaving police completely baffled. As the investigation into the murders deepens, the truth may not lay in the bloody message, but in somewhere more mundane – the mysterious tracks left by a kid’s bicycle.