This is the WFMY True Crime Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Greensboro/Surround Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 AM||Locked Up Abroad |
Simone Blignaut tries to secure a cocaine deal in Bolivia when she is double-crossed.
|2:00 AM||TRACE OF EVIL new |
|3:00 AM||Trace of Evil |
In December 2000, 19-year-old Rachel Manning is found murdered in Milton Keynes. The main suspects are convicted, however, the convictions are overturned seven years later. With new advances in forensics, the true culprit is finally caught in 2012.
|4:00 AM||New Detectives |
How new technology helps investigators. Included: surveillance cameras and ATMs.
|5:00 AM||New Detectives |
Homicides where the body has been altered to change the apparent circumstances of death. Included: a case in suburban Philadelphia.
|6:00 AM||Ocean Force |
|6:30 AM||Beach Patrol |
|7:00 AM||Southern Fried Homicide |
Investigators race to find a mass murderer in Jackson, Mo., and Bossier City, La.
|8:00 AM||FBI: Criminal Pursuit |
The 1995 abduction and murder of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce and the investigation that nabbed his killer are discussed.
|9:00 AM||New Detectives |
The 1985 "Night Stalker" in Los Angeles, where a shoe print provided a critical clue.
|10:00 AM||New Detectives |
Cases involving female murderers are examined. Included: the use of forensic technology in solving the cases.
|11:00 AM||Dateline |
Evidence is found years after a woman is murdered at the back of her comic book store.
|1:00 PM||Dateline |
It was just before Halloween. Joel Lovelien and his fiancé headed to a local bar packed with people in costume. Then, Joel stepped outside and walked into a troubling mystery.
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