Unsolved Mysteries - Season 4

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  • Episode #125
    Episode #125
    Episode 35
    9/9/92
    7.0

    Cases include:

    Wanted: Sally Gerrity thought she met the man of her dreams in Sal Guardado in February of 1985 in San Francisco. However Sal's dark side emerged when Sally and him moved in with her aunt which resulted with Sal strangling Sally and attempting to murder her aunt.

    Also, an update on a man's search for his missing sister. Included in repeat reports: the search for the killer of a 26-year-old woman.

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  • Episode #124
    Episode #124
    Episode 34
    9/2/92
    0.0

    Cases include:

    Lost Loves: Jim Boumgarden is searching for his identical twin brother whom he never knew existed until people started encountering the look-alike around town.

    Also, an update on a couple's reunion with the daughter they gave up for adoption at birth.

  • Episode #123
    Episode #123
    Episode 33
    5/20/92
    10

    Cases include:

    Unexplained Death: The bodies of 7-year old Scott Johnson and one his friends were found in an abandoned blazing shack, a powder magazine, located in Bullhead City, Arizona in 1974. Authorities ruled their deaths an accident but eyewitnesses reported seeing two burly men near the shack during the fire.

    Updates: A woman's reunion with her surrogate family with whom she lived during the Depression.

    Repeat segments include:

    The Unexplained: Brussels, Belgium is the center of a controversy in which eyewitnesses have reported seeing unusual UFO activity in the skies since the fall of 1989. The eyewitnesses reported seeing a triangular object flying in the skies at night. Authorities reportedly have captured images of the UFOs on videotape and are presented in this segment. (Aired: November 20, 1991)

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  • Episode #122
    Episode #122
    Episode 32
    5/17/92
    10

    Cases include:

    Wanted: The body of Bill Henderson was found bludgeoned to death in his home in Washburn, Texas. Days later two young hitchhikers claimed they spent several hours with Henderson's killer as they hitchhiked in the truck the killer stole from Henderson's home. These two hitchhikers and the killer have yet to be identified.

    Repeat segments include:

    The Unexplained: A review of past UFO segments leads up to a new segment in which Danny Gordon, a Wytheville, Virginia radio reporter, began an investigation into the claims by three Wytheville Sheriff deputies that they had seen a UFO in 1987. (Aired: February 19, 1992)

    Wanted: Authorities are searching for "The Satchel Bandit," an aging man who continually robs banks while wearing cheesy disguises. (Aired: February 19, 1992)

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  • Episode #121
    Episode #121
    Episode 31
    5/13/92
    6.0

    Cases include:

    Missing Persons: Bill Day, a fireman from Bowie, Maryland married Betty Field in 1976 and they had a son named Christophe in 1980. The marriage later led to divorce and a bitter custody battle ensued. In 1984, Betty disappeared with Christophe and Bill has been searching for them ever since.

    Updates: The Texas arrest of a Tennessee woman Cheryl Holland who allegedly murdered her aunt and uncle.

    Repeat segments include:

    Wanted: Controversial televangelist, Pat Robertson becomes the victim of a mail bomber, whose homemade pipe bomb injured a mailroom worker. Authorities believe the same mail bomber may have been responsible for another bomb sent to another televangelist, John Osteen. (Aired: November 13, 1991)

    Fraud: Yong-Son Kim placed an ad in the newspaper for a roommate and received a response from a mother and a daughter who soon moved in. Later, Kim returned from a vacation and was stunned to discover that the cunning mother and daughter con artist team had gotten away with $50,000 worth of her jewelry and valuables. (Aired: November 13, 1991)

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  • Episode #120
    Episode #120
    Episode 30
    5/6/92
    10

    Cases include:

    The Investigators: Doug Johnston was found shot to death in his car in Phoenix in 1990. Years earlier, in 1977, Charles Morgan's body was found in the Arizona desert, he had also been shot to death. In both cases, authorities ruled the deaths as suicides. Now, Don Deveraux is claiming that both deaths were contract hits and the bullet that killed Johnston was originally intended for him.

    Updates: James White has been captured after slipping out of the hospital after he caused a drunk driving accident that killed John and Virginia Constable.

    Robbery: An investigation into the $11 million armored-car heist in Rochester, New York in 1990. The masked robbers had taken control of the armored-car and ordered the driver to a secluded area where they made away with the loot.

    Lost Loves: Martha Brown is searching for her twin brother Robert, both of whom had been given up for adoption by their impoverished parents. Martha had been seperated from Robert after they lived together in a foster home.

    Unexplained Death: Chaim Weiss was found dead in his school dormitory located in Long Beach, New York in 1986. 15-year-old Weiss, who was an Orthodox Jew, had been struck in the head which killed him. Authorities soon found themselves dealing with a community that seems to have a code of silence.

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  • Episode #119
    Episode #119
    Episode 29
    4/29/92
    10

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: An investigation into Noah's Ark and the possibility that the story may not just be a legend but that the Ark may have been real. Researchers and explorers are now searching for the possible remnants of the Ark and some researchers believe the Ark may be buried on Mount Ararat in Turkey.

    Updates: Arthur Karopoulos has been reunited with his son who had been kidnapped by his mother and had been living in a fundamentalist sect.

    Missing Persons: Colleen Reed, a public accountant who lived in Austin, Texas, was using a 24 hour do-it-yourself car wash late one night when she was abducted. Three men who were nearby witnessed the kidnapping and claim to have encountered the kidnappers earlier that evening.

    Unexplained Death: Tracy Wofford-Bunn who was originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin had moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1988. In 1989, Bunn was found dead in her car, after being raped and strangled to death. Her new boyfriend quickly became a prime suspect.

    Lost Loves: Donald Stradt and his siblings who lived in Iowa had been taken by the state and seperated from each after their parents were unable to take care of them. Stradt is now searching for a lost sister named Dolores.

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  • Episode #118
    Episode #118
    Episode 28
    4/22/92
    7.0

    Cases include:

    Robbery: Police responded to a call of a possible robbery at an armored car company in Vallejo, California in 1991. When they arrived they found the bodies of three security guards who had been shot to death. The robbers ironically had gotten away with no money but had left behind an abundance of clues to help determine their identities.

    Repeat segments include:

    The Unexplained: A masked intruder invaded the home of Roger Dean who lived in a suburb of Denver, Colorado in 1985. The intruder ran off after shooting Dean to death and then five years after his death, the masked intruder resurfaced and began threatening Dean's wife, D.J., ordering her to pay extortion money. (Aired: November 6, 1991)

    Fraud: Shortly before Christmas in 1990, a con-woman named Liza Montgomery went on a pricey shopping spree in Las Vegas. Montgomery paid for everything with fraudulent cashiers checks and managed to get away with expensive jewelry, mink coats, $23,000 worth of furniture and luxury items. Includes an update. (Aired: November 6, 1991)

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  • Episode #117
    Episode #117
    Episode 27
    4/15/92
    9.0

    Cases include:

    Unexplained Death: Jeanne Tovrea, who lived in an exclusive gated community and was a wealthy Phoenix socialite, was found murdered in her bedroom in 1988. Authorities believe her murder was a contract hit and just prior to her death, an unknown man named "Gordon Phillips" who claimed to be a magazine editor had harassed Tovrea.

    Repeat segments include:

    The Unexplained: John Catchings, a well-known psychic, is brought in by authorities to help solve the 1982 disappearance of 18-year-old Sherry Eyerly who had been abducted while working as a driver delivering pizzas in Salem, Oregon. (Aired: November 10, 1991)

    Amnesia: Sarah DiGennaro, a 39-year old housewife from Maryland was stricken with amnesia in 1976 after suffering ruptured blood vessels in her brain. DiGennaro lost the memories of 16 years of her life and has been trying to get them back. (Aired: November 10, 1991)

    Also, the search for a New Hampshire lawyer who embezzled from his clients

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  • Episode #116
    Episode #116
    Episode 26
    4/8/92
    10

    Cases include:

    Unexplained Death: A report on the unsolved 1983 rape and murder of Marie Lilienburg, and Maria Wahien, two Swedish girls who vanished while hitchhiking in California. An anonymous caller may hold the key that will unlock the killer's identity.

    Updates: An archeologist believes he has located a part from Amelia Earhart's plane.

    Lost Loves: Joe Soll is searching for his birth parents.

    Unexplained Death: The October 1991 discovery of a human skeleton in a cave in Kansas rekindles an investigation into the unsolved 1974 disappearance of business man and horse trader Gary Simmons.

    Update: Jackie Dragon is reunited with two long lost sisters.

    Fraud: A fraudulent medical supply company that bilked investors out of millions of dollars.

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  • Episode #115
    Episode #115
    Episode 25
    4/1/92
    6.0

    Cases include:

    Sci-Med: An investiagtion into the mysterious and deadly malady that has claimed the lives of six members of the Santos family who lives in Northern California. With each victim, the cause of death has been ruled, cardiomyopathy, an irregular heartbeat probably the result of a viral infection.

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    Wanted: Annette Schappacher got a job at a grocery store and quickly began a romance with the store butcher, Jim Burnside. Despite Burnside being 28-years her senior, Annette and Burnside quickly married which soon turned into domestic abuse. Later, in 1988, Burnside stabbed her to death. Include update: Burnside has been captured. (Aired: October 23, 1991)

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  • Episode #114
    Episode #114
    Episode 24
    3/18/92
    8.0

    Cases include:

    Lost Heirs: The hunt for the heirs of Katherine Bennett, a Portland, Oregon eccentric and recluse who died in 1990 leaving behind an estate valued at $125,000.

    Wanted: Texas millionaire and bodybuilder Richard Minns is wanted for hiring two hitmen to kill his girlfriend, Barbara Patrovsky, in 1980. The shooting has left her paralyzed from the waist down.

    Updates: Alex Cooper, a British Columbia senior who has been missing since 1987, has been reunited with his family.

    Special Alert: Patricia Rose's desperate search for her 9 month old son who was abducted by his father, Sergio Farina. The baby is suffering from a thyroid condition, and may die if he does not receive medical treatment soon.

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  • Episode #113
    Episode #113
    Episode 23
    3/4/92
    0.0

    Cases include:

    Robbery: Authorities are searching for thos responsible for a rash of Northern California pizza-restaurant robberies.

    Updates: The reunion of a millionaire and his daughter.

    Repeat segments include:

    Wanted: Lisa Melonie Lee, formerly a head teller at a Florida bank, is wanted for stealing nearly half a million dollars. (Aired: September 4, 1991)

    Missing Persons: In 1973, at the end of the Vietnam War, Sgt. Peter Cressman and seven other men boarded a surveillance plane code named "Baron 52." The plane was later shot down over Laos and only the remains of the co-pilot were found. The relatives of the men believe that they may have survived and that the U.S. government may have covered the incident up. (Aired: October 16, 1991)

    Wanted: After a whirlwind romance, Paul Stamper of King Fisher, Oklahoma, was unwilling to accept that his marriage to his wife, Theresa was over. After months of stalking and harassment, Stamper opened fire on his ex-wife and her new boyfriend. Includes an update, Stamper has been captured. (Aired: October 16, 1991)

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  • Episode #112
    Episode #112
    Episode 22
    2/26/92
    9.0

    Cases include:

    Robbery: Two masked bank robbers struck in 1991 at a Henderson, Nevada bank. After robbing the bank, the robbers took a teller hostage and led authorities on a chase. After the hostage was released, a newspaper reporter came forward with a photo that she had taken of the robbers during the car chase.

    Lost Loves: During the Great Depression, Barney Dewey and his sister Angeline were separated from their mother and each put in separate foster homes. Dewery is now searching for Angeline whom he has not seen since 1941.

    Updates: Sharene Vess has been reunited with her long lost brother whom she had been separated from when she was a young girl.

    Unexplained Death: Joe and Mattie Harvey who lived just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee disappeared in 1991 and authorities found their home burned out. Authorities are now searching for the Harvey's niece, Cheryl Holland who conspired with her husband to kill the elderly couple and steal their life savings.

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  • Episode #111
    Episode #111
    Episode 21
    2/19/92
    10

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: A review of past UFO segments leads up to a new segment in which Danny Gordon, a Wytheville, Virginia radio reporter, began an investigation into the claims by three Wytheville Sheriff deputies that they had seen a UFO in 1987. Gordon later had his own encounters with strange objects flying in the sky which he captured on film. Soon after, Gordon claims that the U.S. government made attempts to stop his investigation.

    Wanted: Authorities are searching for "The Satchel Bandit," an aging man who continually robs banks while wearing cheesy disguises. When the bandit struck in Oregon, clues began to pile up and authorities were finally able to identify him as Charles Warren Boomer, a native of British Columbia who is still on the run and robbing banks.

    The Investigators: An investigative newspaper reporter named Michael Berens went undercover at Ohio truck stops to find the serial killer trucker who is responsible for the deaths of at least eight prostitutes ranging back to 1981. In all cases, the bodies have been dumped along major interstates in Ohio and the bodies have been stripped of clothes and jewelry.

    The Unexplained: A castle built in New Jersey in 1923 is said now be the home to a ghost, Bill Beatty, the man who built it.

    Updates: Viewer tips leading to the apprehension of Dale Hyde, John James Irwin and Greg Barker and Joey Moss has been found and reunited with his mother.

    Repeat Segments include:

    Mysterious Legends: The examination of a new angle in the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and the idea that Sirhan Sirhan may not have worked alone. (Aired: May 16, 1990)

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  • Episode #110
    Episode #110
    Episode 20
    2/12/92
    9.0

    Cases include:

    Lost Loves: Eleanor Platt and John Elias were an interracial couple who became involved during the racially tense 1950s. Platt became pregnant and her father put her in home while Elias was charged with rape. Platt later gave the baby up for adoption and now both Eleanor and John are searching for her.

    Wanted: While traveling down a Florida road that they traveled nearly every day, an elderly couple, John and Virginia Constable, were killed by a drunk driver who had lost control of his car. The drunk driver was a man named James White whose family helped him slip out of the hospital and has not been seen since.

    Mysterious Legends: The Himalayas that extend across Southern Asia is at the center of a centuries old legend of the Yeti, otherwise known as the abominable snowman. The native people believe that the Yeti exists and this segment probes researchers and explorers claims that during an expedition they had experiences with a Yeti and viewed the apparent remnants of a Yeti.

    Unexplained Death: Dr. Carey Stanton, a life long bachelor, left New York to run the family ranch located on Santa Cruz Island. Stanton became a renowned eccentric who died in 1987. Shortly after his death, a box of human remains was found in a shed believed to have been a female.

    Updates: A report on a con woman team of Robin Stevens & Cheri Sizemore responsible for a clever mother-daughter financial scheme.

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  • Episode #109
    Episode #109
    Episode 19
    2/5/92
    8.0

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: Jill Jenson a former model who became addicted to cocaine and Rita Klaus, a mother of three who suffered from multiple sclerosis experienced miraculous healing after visiting a small village in Yugoslavia known as Medjugorje. People take pilgrimages to the church at Medjugorje to meet with visionaries, six young people who claim to be able to speak to the Virgin Mary.

    Missing Persons: Lee Young, a bank fraud investigator from Scottsdale, Arizona, disappeared in 1990 and his car was later found engulfed in flames in the Arizona desert. Before his disappearance, Young had suspected that his bank was being used for money laundering by a drug cartel. His body has not yet been found.

    Missing Persons: Levia Molinari and Arthur Karopoulos met and began a relationship while living in San Francisco. They later had a son together, named Nicholas whom Levia later kidnapped. Now, Arthur believes that she has fled with Nicholas and they are living together in a fundamentalist sect.

    Wanted: Angela Hammond of Clinton, Missouri, called her boyfriend, Rob Shafer, late one night on a pay phone. As she spoke on the pay phone, she became aware of a mysterious stranger who abducted her and sped off into the night. Authorities believe the man may be responsible for other Missouri disappearances.

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  • Episode #108
    Episode #108
    Episode 18
    1/29/92
    5.0

    Cases include:

    Lost Loves: During the Great Depression, Charlie Best and his family gave refuge to a family passing through Tennessee. The family consited of a father and his two daughters. Now Best's daughter is searching for the family who stayed with them.

    Wanted: A smooth talking customer arrived at a Maui bank going by the name of Pepito D'Bayan. D'Bayan was later identified as an elusive con man named Todd Mueller. Mueller specializes in forging court documents which give him the ability to squander the estates of the recent deceased. He was captured but later escaped from a hospital prison ward.

    Repeat segments include:

    Unexplained Death: Kathy Bonderson of New Rockford, North Dakota, was found deadin hercar which wasfound engulfed in flames on a lonely county road. Some authorities believe her death was an accident; others believe she may have been murdered. (Aired: November 10, 1991)

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  • Episode #107
    Episode #107
    Episode 17
    1/15/92
    8.3

    Cases include:

    Unexplained Death: Philip Fraser left his home in Anchorage, Alaska and drove down through Canada headed to Washington State to begin college. Fraser was later found dead after picking up a mysterious hitchhiker at a Washington service station in 1988. The hitchhiker had been seen by eyewitnesses and had claimed to be Fraser.

    Missing Persons: A report on a four man fishing trip off the Georgia coast that ended in tragedy when the boat sank. The sole survivor, Nathan Neesmith, believes the remaining crew may have been picked up by an unidentified freighter, and taken to a foreign country.

    Lost Loves: W.B. "Mac" McDonald is searching for his biological daughter. During the 1940s, McDonald had fallen in love with the 16 year-old girl next door which later led to a pregnancy. He later ran out of town when her parents filed charges for being with a minor.

    Wanted: The Las Vegas, Nevada dragnet for alleged rapist William John Wood. Carson had breezed into town under the alias Max Carson where he pretended to be a movie producer and used this position to proposition and rape young women.

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  • Episode #106
    Episode #106
    Episode 16
    12/18/91
    8.0

    Cases include:

    Final Appeal: After a boating trip with her husband, Debbie Race's body was found on the shore of Lake Superior. Her husband, Larry Race was later accused of deliberately allowing his wife to freeze to death in the waters of Lake Superior and was convicted of murder and received a life sentence. Race claims that he is innocent of this crime and that he did not intend for his wife to die.

    Updates: Jim Burnside has been captured after the 1988 stabbing death of his wife, Annette Schappacher.

    Special Alert: On November 12, 1991, just outside of Walter, Oklahoma, a hunter heard the cries of a woman giving birth. The hunter witnessed the woman's male companion beat the newborn to death.

    Missing Persons: Pat Farmer who lived in Hobbs, New Mexico, reportedly kidnapped her 4-year-old grandson, Jared while she was babysitting him for his mother Ladonna Morrow. Apparently Farmer was not pleased that her daughter was getting a divorce and concocted a bizarre scheme that included exposing Jared to Satanism and allegations of sexual abuse.

    Lost Loves: Two Ojibwa sisters from Manitoba, Canada are searching for Helen Rose, their estranged sister who went off to serve in the military and never returned.

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  • Episode #105
    Episode #105
    Episode 15
    12/11/91
    7.0

    Cases include:

    Unexplained Death: Chad Maurer, a 19-year old from Madison, Wisconsin, disappeared in May of 1990. Two days after Maurer's disappearance, his car was found abandoned in the garage of a housing complex in the South Side of Chicago. Maurer was found dead inside his car and the authorities ruled his death a suicide from carbon monoxide poisoning. His family believes drug dealers murdered him.

    Lost Heirs: The search for a woman named Maureen Roberts who may have be suffering from a mental illness and may be lost among the homeless. Roberts currently stands to inherit a million dollar estate.

    Fraud: Clisedia Gonzalez, a New York social worker, became one of many victims in a con game, known as "Spanish Lotto" which uses state lottery tickets which has taken in millions of dollars from victims in New York State alone. Gonzalez had been conned by a woman named Emma Figueroa.

    Wanted: A roll called of people wanted for "Spanish Lotto" include: (From Chicago) Luis Herrera, Pedro Pumajero, Jose Rubio, (From Southern California) Eduwigis Escalante and Juan Carlos Pereira.

    Lost Loves: Sharene Vess is searching for her lost brother who is one of her nine estranged siblings who had been separated after their father's alcoholism led to the murder of their mother.

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  • Episode #104
    Episode #104
    Episode 14
    12/4/91
    7.0

    Cases include:

    Wanted: Michael St. Clair and Dennis Reese made a daring escape in 1991 from Bryan County Jail located in Durant, Oklahoma. The pair of convicts then went on a murderous crime spree that stretched across eight states. Authorities are now searching for the two criminals.

    Unexplained Death: Ellen Berry was a wealthy heiress from Knoxville, Tennessee. Her caretaker, Dan Tundervold made himself indispensable to Mrs. Berry who later found that Tundervold had depleted her entire bank account and then vanished. Some believe Tundervold may have later staged his own death.

    Updates: John Nellis has been reunited with his son and father whom he had lost touch with following World War II.

    Lost Loves: Jim Currie is searching for his biological mother Annie Currie who he has not seen in over 40 years when his parents separated and custody of Jim was given to his father.

    Missing Persons: In Florida, following a messy divorce, Kathy Alter is now searching for her son, Joey Moss who had been abducted by his father, Gerald, after school one day in 1990.

    Updates: The women who bilked Yong-Son Kim have now been identified as Robin Stevens and Cheri Sizemore and a family member of Robin's urges them to turn themselves into authorities.

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  • Episode #103
    Episode #103
    Episode 13
    11/27/91
    4.5

    Cases include:

    Unexplained Death: Jeffrey Digman, a Marine originally stationed in San Diego, was transferred to Puerto Rico in 1988. While home for the holidays in San Diego, Digman was found shot to death in his bedroom. Authorities ruled his death a suicide but his family and friends believe Digman had been murdered.

    Special Alert: Authorities are searching for the person responsible for a string of over 30 church fires throughout Florida. The fires began in 1990 and authorities believe they may be dealing with a serial arsonist.

    Updates: An update which marks the solving of the 100th mystery. Paul Stamper has been captured after shooting his ex-wife's new boyfriend.

    Missing Persons: Authorities are searching for Bo Tanner, a self-styled preacher who claimed to be the recipient of death threats, vandalism and arson. His wife later found out he was a bigamist and police think he may have been responsible for the crimes.

    Lost Loves: Barbara Smith discovered that she had been adopted and later became friends with a young woman named Barbara Ratner. The two Barbara later discovered they were sisters and are now searching for their biological mother.

    Treasure: The legend of a wealthy millionaire named Leon Trubuco who apparently buried $7 million dollars worth of Mexican gold reserves in a Northwest corner of desert in New Mexico.

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  • Episode #102
    Episode #102
    Episode 12
    11/20/91
    9.0

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: Brussels, Belgium is the center of a controversy in which eyewitnesses have reported seeing unsual UFO activity in the skies since the fall of 1989. The eyewitnesses report seeing a triangular object flying in the skies at night. Authorities reportedly have captured images of the UFOs on videotape and are presented in this segment.

    Updates: Carla Downing has been reunited with her birth mother.

    Unexplained Death: In the late 1960s, Rock Creek, Ohio became overrun by a gang. Robert Hamrick became the police chief and became determined to clean up the town. Hamrick soon became the victim of harassment and later was found dead in his car, the apparent victim after a run-in with members of the gang.

    Wanted: Philip Breen was the president of a successful Detroit, Michigan, mortgage company. It was later discovered that Breen had been embezzling money from his company. Breen later vanished from his home and has been on the run from authorities.

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  • Episode #101
    Episode #101
    Episode 11
    11/13/91
    10

    Cases include:

    Wanted: Controversial televangelist, Pat Robertson become the victim of a mail bomber, whose homemade pipe bomb injured a mail room worker. Authorities believe the same mail bomber may have been responsible for another bomb sent to another telvangelist, John Osteen.

    Updates: Patricia Stallings has been released from prison after being wrong convicted of poisoning her son.

    Lost Loves: Cathy Williams grew up in Chicago and became the victim of her stepfather's abusive sexual advances. Her stepfather was a respected detective who managed to have her sentanced off to reform school. Williams is now searching for the police officer who risked his job to free her from an unjust sentence.

    Unexplained Death: Beverly McGowan vanished from her Florida condo and was later found brutally murdered. McGowan's death occurred shortly after getting a new roommate, a British woman, who went by the name of "Alice". Since McGowan's death "Alice" has been spotted, claiming to be McGowan and using her credit cards.

    Fraud: Yong-Son Kim placed an ad in the newspaper for a roommate and received a response from a mother and a daughter who soon moved in. Later, Kim returned from a vacation and was stunned to discover that the cunning mother and daughter con artist team had gotten away with $50,000 worth of her jewelry and valuables.

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  • Episode #100
    Episode #100
    Episode 10
    11/10/91
    9.0

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: John Catchings, a well known psychic, is brought in by authorites to help solve the 1982 disappearance of 18-year-old Sherry Eyerly who had been abducted while working as a driver delivering pizzas in Salem, Oregon. Catchings claims that the ghost of Eyerly appeared to him which later led Catchings to the probable murderer.

    Unexplained Death: Kathy Bonderson of New Rockford, North Dakota, went out one night in 1987 to look for her teenage son who had not come home yet. Bonderson's car was later found engulfed in flames on a lonely county road, her charred body was found inside. Some authorities believe her death was an accident, others believe she may have been murdered.

    Mysterious Legends: Eliot Ness had cleaned up the mob and gang filled streets of Chicago during the 1920s. However, during the 1930s, Ness moved to Cleveland, Ohio and soon found himself battling a new evil, the Butcher of Kingsbury Run. The butcher was a madman who terrorized the city when suddenly dismembered bodies were being found throughout the city. (Originally aired on February 20, 1991, aired again on this episode.)

    Amnesia: Sarah DiGennaro, a 39-year old housewife from Maryland was strucken with amnesia in 1976 after suffering ruptured blood vessels in her brain. DiGennaro lost the memories of 16 years of her life and has been trying to get them back.

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  • Episode #99
    Episode #99
    Episode 9
    11/6/91
    10

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: A woman named "Sharon Johnson" began visiting a psychiatrist and while under hypnosis, she began having bizarre dreams of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the experiences of a sailor who had died named John Gillespie. "Sharon" had been born in 1952 and now believes that in a past life she had been Gillespie.

    The Unexplained: A masked intruder invaded the home of Roger Dean who lived in a suburb of Denver, Colorado in 1985. The intruder ran off after shooting Dean to death and then five years after his death, the masked intruder resurfaced and began threatening Dean's wife, D.J., ordering her to pay extorition money.

    Updates: Joe Smith has been captured after being on the run for murdering his wife and two daughters in a Las Vegas home.

    Fraud: Shortly before Christmas in 1990, a con-woman named Liza Montgomery went on a pricy shopping spree in Las Vegas. Montgomery paid for eveything with fraudulent cashiers checks and managed to get away with expensive jewelry, mink coats, $23,000 worth of furniture and luxury items.

    Missing Persons: Debra Poe, a convenience store clerk who worked in Orlando, Florida mysteriously vanished while working the graveyard shift. A customer, later reported seeing an unknown man working the register on the night Poe disappeared. Authorities believe the man may have been responsible for Poe's abduction and for the death of two other convenice store clerks who vanished while working the graveyard shift.

    Special Alert: Authorities in Pennsylvania are looking for 55-year-old Art Jones, who mysteriously vanished after his house exploded.

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  • The Diabolical Mind
    11/3/91
    10

    "The Diabolical Mind"

    Case Studies #1: An investigation into people who are considered "diabolical minds" who include John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy. Adolf Hitler is profiled with an exploration into Hitler's total lack of empathy that began in his childhood. Saddam Hussein is also profiled with psychologists analyzing Hussein's actions and childhood.

    Diabolical Minds #1: An investigation into the female diabolical mind. Marie Hilley appeared on the outside as the perfect housewife and mother. Later, Hilley's husband Frank, son Michael and daughter Carol all came down with mysterious stomach ailments. Apparently, Hilley had been poisoning each one of them with arsenic which resulted in Frank's death.

    Case Studies #2: Psychologist, Robert Hare presents his theories about why psychopaths do not have a conscience and his theory that people are born psychopaths. G. Daniel Walker, considered a diablocal mind for his crimes of armed robbery, rape and murder, is interviewed.

    Diabolical Minds #2: Jo Ann Rogers and her two daughters Michelle and Christie, originally from Ohio, took a vacation in Florida in 1989. All three women were later kidnapped, sexually assulted and dumped in Tampa Bay still alive. Authorities are now trying to construct the profile of their killer.

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  • Episode #97
    Episode #97
    Episode 7
    10/30/91
    9.8

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: Located in New Mexico, the St. James Hotel in its heyday had been a stop for such people as Jesse James and Wyatt Earp. When the hotel was restored, the new owners soon began encountering ghosts of the Old West. Now, the guests and staff of the hotel claim the it is haunted.

    The Unexplained: June Farris was plagued by a bizarre dream where she was walking through an unknown house. Years later when living in Florida, Farris discovered the house that she had dreamed about. June and her family later moved into the home and realized the home was haunted, possibly by a man named John Hardin, who had been murdered in the backyard.

    Missing Persons: Mary Ann Perez went out one evening in 1976 with one of her girlfriends. That night, Perez mysteriously vanished and was last seen at a country western bar in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1985, a killer claimed to have killed Perez. Then in 1990, an unknown caller phoned Mary Ann's family, telling them that she was still alive.

    Fraud: A slick con man and coin collector calling himself Dr. John Anderson struck in Cincinatti, Ohio in 1986 and made away with $30,000 worth of gold coins. The same con-man was later spotted in New York.

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  • Episode #96
    Episode #96
    Episode 6
    10/23/91
    8.0

    Cases include:

    Missing Persons: The unsolved 1991 Oregon disappearance of 2 year-old Tommy Gibson. His father, Larry, a police officer, is a prime suspect. Gibson claims his son may have been abducted from the front yard of his home.

    Updates: Clues about the identity of an amnesiac nicknamed "Tyler" really Arthur Paul Beal, who was found wandering in the Nevada desert who has now been reunited with his family.

    Wanted: Annette Schappacher got a job at a grocery store and quickly began a romance with the store butcher, Jim Burnside. Despite Burnside being 28-years her senior, Annette and Burnside quickly married which soon turned into domestic abuse. Later, in 1988, Burnside stabbed her to death.

    Lost Loves: Jeff Fisher's search for the mentor and father figure he befriended through "Big Brothers of America" twenty years ago.

    Special Alert: On September 12, 1991, Garry Gibson was shot in the parking lot of a Los Angeles motel. One of the killers has been apprehended. Two others are still at large.

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  • Episode #95
    Episode #95
    Episode 5
    10/16/91
    8.0

    Cases include:

    Missing Persons: In 1973, at the end of the Vietnam War, Sgt. Peter Cressman and seven other men boarded a surveillance plane code named "Baron 52." The plane was later shot down over Laos and only the remains of the co-pilot were found. The relatives of the men believe that they may have survived and that the U.S. government may have covered the incident up.

    Special Alert: Authorities in Canada are searching for David O'Neil, the murderer of police officer, Scott Rossiter.

    Updates: Mary Carter meets the family of her twin sister, Martha whom she had been separated from as an infant.

    Wanted: After a whirlwind romance, Paul Stamper of King Fisher, Oklahoma, was unwilling to accept that his marriage to his wife, Theresa was over. After months of stalking and harassment, Stamper opened fire on his ex-wife and her new boyfriend.

    Fraud: Josephine White an expert con-woman and master at the "pigeon drop" has defrauded over 100 elderly men and women since 1963. White was seen throughout Massachusetts with an accomplice engineering the "pigeon drop."

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  • Episode #94
    Episode #94
    Episode 4
    10/9/91
    9.0

    Cases include:

    The Investigators: New Hampshire police construct a psychological profile of a serial killer who has fatally stabbed seven women since 1978. Investigators believe that the same killer attacked a pregnant woman at a soda machine, who miraculously survived.

    Updates: Jeannie Wagner is reunited with her biological father, Duncan Gilmore, whom she has never met.

    Wanted: The search for Newport, New Hampshire Judge John Fairbanks who vanished in 1989 with millions of dollars in estates and stocks entrusted to him by his friends and neighbors.

    Lost Loves: Sue Scribner-Thibodeaux is searching for her long lost twin brother and sister.

    Updates: An amnesiac named "Tyler" has been identified as Arthur Paul Beal.

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  • Episode #93
    Episode #93
    Episode 3
    10/2/91
    9.0

    Cases include:

    Amnesia: Clues about the identity of an amnesiac nicknamed "Tyler" who was found wandering in the Nevada desert.

    Wanted: Joseph Maloney is wanted for the 1967 poisoning of his wife.

    The Unexplained: A report on the Shroud of Turin, allegedly the burial cloth of Jesus Christ.

    Unexplained Death: The dragnet for the killer of 61 year-old Ethel Kidd, who had been sexually assaulted, murdered and later her body was found tied to a tree in a forest in Virginia in 1989. Authorities believe her attacker was a motorist who pretended to need directions.

    Updates: Art Silva has been captured.

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  • Episode #92
    Episode #92
    Episode 2
    9/25/91
    6.0

    Cases include:

    Mysterious Legends: John Wilkes Booth was tracked down by Union troops after gunning down Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre in April 1865. This segment presents both sides, with evidence supporting historians claim that Booth was not shot by Union soldiers but actually lived until 1903 and evidence supporting other historians who claim that Booth did die in April 1865.

    Updates: Poloma Martin has been found.

    Wanted: The search for a convicted child molester, Art Silva who is wanted in California for violating his parole.

    Missing Persons: Alex Cooper of Cranebook, British Columbia, was a local businessman who suddenly disappeared without a trace in 1987. Later it was discovered by his wife that Alex Cooper was not who he seemed when she was unable to find any records of an Alex Cooper ever existing before their marriage in 1952.

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  • Episode #91
    Episode #91
    Episode 1
    9/18/91
    6.3

    Cases include:

    The Unexplained: The 81st Tactical Fighter Wing of the United States Air Force operates out of Southeast England. U.S. military officials discuss the bizarre happenings that occurred in a wooded area around Christmas time in 1980. Some claim that the mysterious occurrences may have been that of UFOs.

    Unexplained Death: Shane Stewart and Sally McNeely were two teens who grew up in San Angelo, Texas. Stewart and McNeely apparently had become involved in a satanic cult, which may have had something to do with their mysterious 1988 murder.

    Lost Loves: Carla Downing is searching for her biological mother, whom she believes she encountered shortly after her adoptive mother's death back in 1965 and may be named Mary.

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