A college student is found strangled to death and barefoot at the bottom of a stairwell near a computer laboratory. Nine years later, Philadelphia detectives identify her killer.
The skeletal remains of a Montana girl are discovered a year after she went missing; years later, a chance encounter at a bus stop renews the search for her killer.
Shortly after moving to Stockton, California, a young woman goes missing; two months later, her remains are found in a cornfield.
Two days before Christmas in 1998, a telemarketing manager is found shot to death and torched in his car in La Jolla, California.
In 1986, a 13-year-old Florida girl is sexually assaulted and murdered while staying at a friend's house. With no sign of forced entry, police believe the victim knew her killer. But it would take seventeen years and some advancements in DNA technology to bring the killer to justice.
A young Navy wife is found murdered in her Mayport, Florida home.
An eighty-year-old matriarch is found dead in her Hubbardston, Michigan home. Her death appears to have been an accident, but when investigators discover evidence of murder, the victim's friends and neighbors are under suspicion.
After accusing her colleagues of sexual harassment, a Navy officer is murdered in her Virginia Beach apartment.