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Dr. Oz investigates Lana Clayton, a woman who was charged with murdering her husband by poisoning him with eye drops. Plus, crime correspondent Melissa Moore provides additional information about the shocking crime.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore shares suspicions about a murder case involving eye drops. Find out the latest updates on the case and what accused killer Lana Clayton claims happened the day of her husband’s death.
Forensic Criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler shares her impressions of the eye drop murder case. Find out several strange incidents that occurred before and after the murder that revealed Lana Clayton’s motives.
Dr. Laura Pettler explains why Lana Clayton used eye drops to murder her husband. Plus, Dr. Oz demonstrates how large amounts of the chemical tetrahydrozoline found in eye drops can harm the body.
Dr. Oz provides insight about the unsolved murder of Rebekah Gould, a college student who was killed 14 years ago. Investigative journalist Catherine Townsend shares why she has a connection to the cold case and a strong drive to find the murderer.
Investigative journalist Catherine Townsend shares details from the murder investigation of a Rebekah Gould. Find out the different theories about what might have happened to her.
Rebekah’s father, Dr. Larry Gould, describes his daughter’s endearing character traits and bold personality. Plus, he shares a touching moment that happened a few weeks before her murder and describes how Rebekah had planned to turn her life around.
Rebekah Gould’s father Dr. Larry Gould reflects on the night his daughter went missing up until when he was told she was dead. Find out what altered his perception of law enforcement eight years after the crime was committed.
Dr. Larry Gould shares his frustration with law enforcement and how they’ve been able to keep information from him. Plus, Catherine Townsend expresses her issues with law enforcement and explains why she will not stop until she finds justice.
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