This is the WFMY True Crime Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Brookville Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|5:00 PM||New Detectives |
How forensic sculptors create a victim's face from a skull through a combination of art and science.
|6:00 PM||New Detectives |
Many people each year disappear without a trace and are never seen again.
|8:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
A DNA databank helps in a stalker case; a woman forms a group to raise awareness of cold cases. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|9:00 PM||The Last 24 |
Sixteen-year-old Theresa Burns is brutally murdered in her family's Indiana home. And though investigators believe they've found the murder weapon, it will take a quarter century before they close in on the killer.
|10:00 PM||Poisonous Liaisons |
Larry McNabney was murdered in September, 2001, but his death was so well concealed that no one reported him missing for almost three months. When Larry first met "Elisa Redelsperger," she already had a long history of credit card fraud and an extensive list of aliases, but within six months of working for Larry in his law firm, they were married. It was no accident that Elisa met Larry, he was a high profile lawyer and she needed to reinvent herself.
|11:01 PM||Cruise Ship Killers |
During a cruise, a social media maven is found brutally murdered in a lower class cabin, and questions revolve around who could have committed such a crime against her.
|1:00 AM||Killer Kids |
A murder in Montana is connected to a hometown hero.
|2:00 AM||BIZARRE MURDERS |
A pet parrot attempts to defend its owner by attacking his killer.
|2:30 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A telenovela actor blurs the lines of fantasy and reality and murders his beautiful co-star when the script calls for her to end their relationship.
|3:00 AM||Trace of Evil |
The truth about the death of Lee Harvey and how was her girlfriend involved.
|4:00 AM||Donal MacIntyre's Murder Files |
Detective Chief Superintendent Kate Meynell explains how she solved the murder of Nigel Bacon, a 50-year-old part time game keeper from Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire.
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