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Crime correspondent Melissa Moore shares the story of twenty-six-year-old David McGee who says a “fog of allergy medicine” caused him to brutally murder his mother with a hammer. Plus, she addresses their tense relationship leading up to her death.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore reveals how an unexpected stroke changed David McGee’s life at a very young age. Plus, she shares the unusual decision a judge made after he sentenced McGee for first-degree murder.
Forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler demonstrates how David McGee brutally bludgeoned his mother Rebecca Apodaca. Find out what indicated it was an act of rage and how the blood splatter provided insights into the crime.
Forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler explains what causes blood to splatter. Then, she shares how David McGee attempted suicide after murdering his mother. Find out what she thinks prompted David to attack her.
Sister of accused murderer David McGee, Ella shares what it was like to come home and find out her mother had been killed. Plus, she opens up about her initial thoughts after finding her brother hiding in the bedroom closet.
David McGee’s sister Ella opens up about her belief that the “fog of allergy medicine” led to her brother’s devastating attack on their mother. Plus, she shares why she has forgiven him and reveals what David told her after his arrest.
Investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo explores hybristophilia, a psychological disorder in which one is attracted to partners who have caused public outrage. Plus, she shares the prison dating apps that connect people to killers.
Investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo shares research about prison dating websites that connect inmates to the outside world. Then, guest Samantha explains what attracts her to men behind bars and how dating them gives her a sense of control.
Guest Samantha speaks about her romantic relationship with Rick Davis, a man convicted of murdering a 12-year-old girl. Plus, she shares intimate details about their unusual relationship, including an inappropriate fantasy that Davis shared with he
Surgeon General of the United States Dr. Jerome Adams shares why he created a digital postcard about opioid misuse. Plus, he opens up about his brother who suffered from addiction. Find out his advice for preventing opioid misuse.
Can a common item inside your medicine cabinet make you kill? Find out how one man used allergy pills as a defense for murdering his mother. Plus, we meet the Real Housewives of Murderers -- find out why some women are obsessed with dangerous men.
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