This is the WHAS Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Indianapolis. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:00 PM||Dog Tales Family Edition |
A Los Angeles rescue group; and raising puppies.
|12:30 PM||Dog Tales Family Edition |
A dog sculptor; and healthy dog tips.
|1:00 PM||World's Most Evil Killers |
The Yosemite Park Killer case: Cary Stayner murdered four women in 1999 before his capture.
|2:00 PM||World's Most Evil Killers |
The case of a serial killer who ran a boarding house in Sacramento during the 1980s. She cashed in theSocial Security checks of the elderly and disabled boarders living in her house.
|3:00 PM||Britain's Most Evil Killers |
In 2012, April Jones disappeared from outside her home in Wales, never to be seen again. Her abductor, and murderer, was found to be Mark Bridger.
|4:00 PM||Britain's Most Evil Killers |
An examination of Mick Philpott, the notorious Derby father of 17 who murdered six children, five of them his own, when he set his own home on fire.
|5:00 PM||Confessions of a Serial Killer |
Featuring the case of Colonel William Russell, a Canadian air-force military base commander who led a secret double life as a sadistic murderer.
|6:00 PM||Confessions of a Serial Killer |
A Canadian adolescent stages a home invasion to kill her parents.
|7:00 PM||Confessions of a Serial Killer |
The soldier who became a serial killer traveled across state lines to find his victims and played mind games with the FBI until the very end.
|8:00 PM||Confessions of a Serial Killer |
The case of a serial killer who murdered his ex-partners as revenge is examined.
|9:00 PM||Catching Killers |
The history of forensic botany, which began during the 1935 trial of Bruno Hauptmann, who was accused of kidnapping Charles Lindbergh's baby. Also: a case that relied on plant evidence found in a man's truck to convict him of a murder.
|10:00 PM||Catching Killers |
The search for a serial rapist in a small English town and the hunt for the notorious BTK Killer are recalled in the first episode of the series, which recalls landmark criminal investigations that used forensic tools to help solve the cases.
|11:00 PM||Catching Killers |
The use of fingerprints to solve criminal cases is detailed. Included: an 1892 murder case in Argentina that was the first solely solved with fingerprint evidence; the 1985 "Night Stalker" case in Southern California.
|12:00 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.
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