This is the story of Lufthansa Flight 592 on February 12, 1993, which thus far is the last successful hijacked transatlantic flight. This time the series host recounts his own personal experience of negotiating with the hijacker, as well as hearing from the co-pilot, and various passengers.
On May day 1992, Eric Houston returned to his former high school taking eighty students hostage, killing three students and one teacher, and and wounding nine others. We hear from the Yuba County and City law enforcement community, as well as the hostages in this retrospective documentary.
During 1981 a lone gunman takes nine FBI employees hostage inside the Atlanta FBI office. Hear first hand accounts from the negotiator, hostages, and sniper on what happened during one of the worst days in the history of the FBI.
The Palm Bay rampage occurred on April 23, 1987 when William Cruse took Palm Bay Winn-Dixie employee Robin Brown hostage after killing two cops, four civilians and wounded fourteen. How can she survive?
This second episode documents the actions of hostage taker, Hank Earl Carr who in 1998 shot the Mother of his four year old Son, two Tampa FL detectives, and a FL state trooper, and finally took a hostage.
This premiere episode reviews the fifteen days in January 2004 when two inmates took two tower guards (female and male) hostage during a failed escape attempt at the Arizona State Prison Complex-Lewis.