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Noreen Gosch recounts the day -- 37 years ago -- that her son, Johnny Gosch, went missing from his newspaper delivery route.
Noreen Gosch, the mother of the original “Milk Carton Boy,” details the various witness claims about the disappearance of her son Johnny.
Private investigator T.J. Ward weighs in on the abduction of Johnny Gosch -- and then Johnny’s mother Noreen reveals her theory on her son’s disappearance.
Dr. Oz examines why women hire hitmen. Then, investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo explains why some individuals have attempted it.
Dr. Oz recounts his visit behind bars to meet with Melisa Schonfield, a suburban mom who was caught attempting to hire a hitman to kill her daughter’s ex-boyfriend.
Tiffany Mead explains why she believes her ex-husband tried to end her life, then Captain Jen Daley details the first attempt. Find out what led Captain Jen Daley to discover more evidence of attempted murder for hire.
Captain Jen Daley reveals how she discovered that Tiffany Mead’s ex-husband was attempting to contract someone to kill Tiffany while he was behind bars. Tiffany describes the constant fear she lives in because of the possibility of a hired killer.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC News chief medical correspondent and chief women’s health contributor for The Dr. Oz Show, discusses the importance of addressing the painful reality of suicide, as well as her family’s personal connection to the topic.
ABC News’ Dr. Jennifer Ashton opens up about her family’s life after suicide, and reveals what she realized afterwards about her ex-husband.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the pain caused by online comments during her family’s time of grieving.
The mother of Johnny Gosch, whose face appeared on milk cartons 37 years ago after going missing on his paper route, speaks out about his disappearance. Then, Dr. Jen Ashton opens up about picking up the pieces after the suicide.
We go behind the counter to solve your biggest deli meat dilemmas including how avoid nitrates.