In 1991, scandal rocks Florida's "Redneck Riviera" when Dr. Bill Sybers, a respected doctor and the city's medical examiner, is accused of poisoning his wife.
Tony Hamilton opens fire when the Utah county seizing the Mormon ranch where he lived, for back taxes. To make matters worse, all of the residents, who practiced polygamy, were evicted.
In 1995, a billionaire art patron was implicated in a murder in Boise, Idaho. When the townsfolk took a closer look, they discovered a twisted tale involving a Russian ballet dancer and rumors of KGB involvement.
Utah millionaire John Pinder enjoyed ostrich farming, had a pet lion named Simba and dabbled in dynamite and drugs. But it wasn't until the bodies of two of Pinder's ranch hands were blown to bits that folks discovered just how dangerous Pinder could be.
A conservative town with strong law-and-order values is shaken up when its tough county judge is charged with killing his political rival's law partner.
Football, frat boys, and murder: Trent DiGiuro, a football player at the University of Kentucky, was killed by a sniper with a high-powered rifle. Fellow player Shane Ragland was charged for the murder--allegedly settling a frat-boy score.
While running for re-election in 2002, Sheriff Sam Catron was murdered by a drug dealer who conspired with the town's former deputy.
A peaceful Southern town is shocked when a former high-school football star is charged with the rape, murder and mutilation of a popular teenage girl who was one of his best friends.
In 1985, computer whiz David Brown started living with his 17-year-old wife, her younger sister, and his 14-year-old daughter by another marriage--it ended in a sordid tale of sex, drugs, and murder.
In the 1990s, in the financial and social hub of Appalachia, good times came to an end for one man when a love triangle involving his wife and the church organist almost led to murder and a comedy of errors.
A church-going town is shocked when a popular minister is caught up in a scandal involving sex, betrayal and double murder.
The federal government arrests Rob Nuckols, owner of a militia-style compound on federal land, claiming that he is a drug dealer. But Nuckols claims the drug charge is really part of a government scheme to seize his land. Whom will the jury believe?
A centuries-old inn that once hosted George Washington and Ben Franklin becomes the site of a shocking crime when world-class chef Jim Webb is murdered and fellow chef Guy Sileo becomes the chief suspect.