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A Crime to Remember – Season 2 (2014)
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A Crime to Remember – Season 2 (2014)

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Long-forgotten cases are brought to life with new details. When a millionaire is found slain in 1964, detectives are swept into a twisted tale of incest and secret homosexual liaisons. A woman is raped and stabbed to death while onlookers watch and do nothing. And the case of Ruby McCollum, a shooting in the Jim Crow South, could be the most famous murder you’ve never heard of.

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Episode 1: “38 Witnesses”

Kew Gardens, Queens, 1964: Kitty Genovese is raped and stabbed to death outside her apartment building as her neighbors watch and do nothing, introducing America to the “bystander effect.” But is this really the whole story…?

Episode 2: “The Shot Doctor”

Live Oak, FL, 1952: The revered Dr. Leroy Adams has been shot in his office. In a time of segregation and secrets, figuring out who is responsible may not be as easy as simply identifying the killer.

Episode 3: “Candyland”

Key Biscayne, FL, 1964: Candy Mossler (40s) finds her multi-millionaire husband, Jacques (69), stabbed to death in their apartment. Detectives are swept into a twisted tale of incest, secret homosexual liaisons, and money, money, money…

Episode 4: “The 28th Floor”

A rain of bullets descends on students and faculty at the University of Texas. Policemen and civilians alike come together to save the wounded and put an end to the violence. But when the smoke clears, there remain more questions than answers: who could have done this evil, hideous thing, and why?

Episode 5: “Accident on Banyan St.”

San Bernardino, CA, 1964: When Lucille and Cork Miller’s car crashes, Cork burns to death inside. Half the evidence suggests it was an accident, but could Lucille have wanted her husband out of the picture?

Episode 6: “The Pied Piper”

It is August 1965 when Gretchen and Wendy Fritz disappear after going to a drive-in, in Tucson, Arizona. Police discover that the killer may have actually been closer than they ever dreamed.

Episode 7: “Cabin in the Woods”

Berkeley, CA, 1955: Little Stephanie Bryan has disappeared without a trace, and police will have to use every tool at their disposal, from newspaper reporters to bloodhounds, to solve the mystery of Stephanie’s fate.

Episode 8: “Baby Come Home”

Kansas City, MO, 1953: Bobby Greenlease has been kidnapped. When the largest ransom payout in history fails to bring Bobby back, St. Louis’s shadiest characters must track down the culprits.