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Poisoned Passions

Show that dives into stories of star crossed lovers - women who fall in love with the wrong guy. Each episode will be told from the woman's point of view revealing how she gives herself over to her darkest impulses and finds herself in twisted and often lethal scenarios.

Cell Block Psychic

For years, the host, a crime psychic medium, has closed cold cases and helped solve high profile investigations. Now she's meeting with the most notorious murderers and delivering messages from the victims they killed in order to answer unanswered questions. Vicki Monroe is the "CELL BLOCK PSYCHIC" who will help to bring closure to suffering families.

Love Kills

The sordid tales of couples who are willing to do anything in the name of love.

Rebecca Zahau: An ID Murder Mystery

When 32-year-old Rebecca Zahau and 6-year-old Max Shacknai both die under mysterious circumstances at the same Coronado mansion, two families begins to search for answers. conclusions.

Couples Who Kill

Documentary series looking back at murder crimes committed by couples. Wicked Attraction (broadcast in some countries as Couples Who Kill) is a true-crime documentary television series on Investigation Discovery which began airing in the United States in 2008. The series focuses on how two seemingly ordinary people can come together to commit heinous crimes, thereby forming a "wicked attraction."

I Didn't Do It

"We find the defendant guilty." Those five words have sent millions of Americans to prison. Although we'll never know for sure, some studies suggest that between 40,000 and 100,000 men and women are serving time for crimes they simply did not commit. And, even more, ominously, for every person who is wrongly convicted, the real criminal remains at large. Investigation Discovery brings these stories of injustice to light in the six-part series, I DIDN'T DO IT!.

Faking It: Tears of a Crime

These criminals not only thought they'd got away with it, but used the national press and media to portray themselves as grieving victims. Whether thrust into the limelight or fame hungry attention seekers, they all shared one thing: their public deception led to their demise. The signs were in front of us, but how do you spot a criminal? In this exclusive ID series, a crack team of three experts - body language, voice and psychology - analyze iconic TV appeals by those who claimed to be grief stricken but turned out to be the perpetrators. By dissecting the lies of these crying criminals frame-by-frame they will reveal the fascinating physiological 'tells' and tell-tale signs that ultimately unraveled their deception and led to their capture and incarceration.

A Fatal Confession: Keith Morrison Investigates

In 1993, 16-year-old Daniel Villegas confessed to killing two teenagers in El Paso, Texas. He was sentenced to life in prison. But what if it was all a lie? What if Daniel was forced to confess to a shooting he knew nothing about?

Hometown Homicide: Local Mysteries

Small town mysteries are always seductive. They are inherently emotional and intimate, and when the whole town is affected, the stakes couldn't be higher. In this ID GO original series, we recount small-town murder investigations that consumed the locals for weeks, months or even years. Featuring compelling local news footage, we hear these gripping stories straight from the mouth of broadcast journalists who reported them as they broke. This digital companion to Hometown Homicide shows that sometimes murder strikes twice in the unlikeliest of places.

Britain's Deadliest Lovers

True crime series telling the stories of deadly love betrayals.

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