Thursday, August 30, 2018

8. Forgive Me Father: Coleman Family Murders

Chris Coleman was living the all American dream: a beautiful wife, two handsome sons, and a dream career protecting a high profile televangelist. The dream began to fade as this Midwest family started receiving menacing threats from a stranger. A family was torn apart as this stranger made good on his threats but the real shock was yet to come causing the nightmare no one saw coming. Join us as we take a look at Chris Coleman. 

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7. Bonebreaker: Joe Clark

Thad is thirteen years old, asleep on his couch,
when a stranger enters his house and 
abducts him. 

What happens for the next 43 hours only
occurs in nightmares 
but he lives to tell the tale 
and the story is truly unbelievable.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

6. Mystery in MO Cold Case Teresa "Tess" Hilt

22 year old Teresa Sue "Tess" Hilt was smart, talented and beautiful. She was also brutally murdered in her apartment 45 years ago. The case has remained unsolved. Who would have killed Tess and why has the killer never been caught?

You can find more information on the case at Justice for Tess

If you have any information, please send an email to
Big thanks to Alice de Sturler of Defrosting Cold Cases.
 Check out her blog for more cold cases!

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Saturday, August 11, 2018

5. The Killer Party: Tyler Hadley

Tyler Hadley was just like any other 17 year old. He wanted to be popular. He wanted to hang with friends. He wanted to throw the biggest, best party ever.

Unfortunately there was just one thing in his way.  But he had a plan and that plan included murder.


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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

4. Where is Timmothy Pitzen

In 2011, Amy Fry-Pitzen picked up her six year old son, Timmothy early from school.  Three day later, Amy's body later was found hotel room; she had committed suicide.  Timmothy was nowhere to be found.  
Aurora police are still investigating Timmothy's case. Any leads they receive are checked into.  If you have any information, please call the Aurora Police department at 630-256-5000 or National Center for Missing and Exploited Children hotline at 800-843-5678

 If you suffer from depression and have suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255 or 1-800-784-2433. The Lifeline provides 24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. You don't have to be suicidal to call.

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