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Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo details the Jayme Closs case, and crime correspondent Melissa Moore points out the precautions kidnapper Jake Petterson took prior to abducting Closs and murdering her parents.
Melissa Moore takes us back to the night that Jake Patterson abducted 13-year-old Jayme Closs and murder her parents. Then, Moore details what life was like for Closs in Patterson’s cabin, and shares how she’s coping with the trauma.
Listen to the 9-1-1 call that finally brought the 88-day hunt for Jayme Closs to an end. A family friend of the Closs family – Jennifer – shares what drove her take action in the case, and recalls the excitement of finding out Closs had been found.
Jennifer shares how Jayme Closs – who is now living with her aunt – seems to be coping with trauma and adapting to her new life. Then, Jennifer reads the powerful and inspiring statement that Closs wrote for the testimony hearing.
Dr. Oz takes a closer look into Robert Durst – the subject of “The Jinx” – who insists that he did not kill his friend Susan Berman. Investigative journalist Matt Birkbeck uncovers information about Robert and Kathleen Durst’s worrisome marriage.
Matt Birkbeck describes Robert and Kathleen Durst’s toxic marriage, and reveals the circumstantial evidence that connected Robert to Kathleen’s disappearance. Why was Robert not held accountable?
Matt Birkbeck shares how Robert Durst’s story got even more bizarre, and points out the clues that indicated Durst might be a serial killer. Hear Durst’s chilling confession that was unknowingly captured while he was using the restroom.
Ellen opens up about how she became friends with Kathleen Durst, and recalls finding out she had gone missing. Then, she reveals her concerns about Robert Durst’s temper, and describes his odd behavior.
Ellen shares what she found in Robert Durst’s trash — within the first few weeks of Kathleen’s disappearance — and reveals the most shocking piece of evidence she found. Hear what Ellen thinks happened to Kathleen.
It’s been one year since Jayme Closs was kidnapped for 88 days and found alive. We speak exclusively to the family friend who played a key role in bringing her home. Plus, “The Jinx” trial: Did Robert Durst murder his best friend to keep her quiet?
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