On May 23, 2009, Amanda Stott-Smith dropped two of her young children off the Sellwood Bridge in Portland, Oregon. One of them died. Read an excerpt from the book, 'To the Bridge: A True Story of Motherhood and Murder,' by Nancy Rommelmann, to learn about the immediate aftermath of Stott-Smith's horrific crime.
In an exclusive excerpt from 'The Menendez Murders,' journalist Robert Rand tells of the unlikely friendship between Lyle and Erik Menendez with the football star while all were being held on murder charges, and the personal conversations they had with the celebrity about his fears.
Rebecca Morris, a New York Times bestselling author and high-school classmate of murder victim Dick Kitchel, returns to her hometown of Corvallis, Oregon to explore how the cold case murder changed the town and the lives of Kitchel's friends.
In 1937, three young girls were sexually assaulted and strangled after playing at an Inglewood, California park. A suspect was caught, convicted and sentenced to death. Pamela Everett, a journalist, lawyer and niece of two of the girls, explores the tragedy and investigates whether the wrong man was convicted of the murders.