"48 Hours Mystery" producer Paul LaRosa and Boston Globe reporter Maria Cramer reveal how alleged Craigslist killer Philip Markoff hid his deadly obsessions from the world and how the Internet can make any one of us the next victim of the most unlikely killer.
A violent home invasion took a young mother's life. But was that what really happened? In this riveting account, "48 Hours Mystery" producer Gail Abbott Zimmerman unravels the lethal secrets inside a seemingly perfect marriage to find out who was behind a chilling double homicide.
"48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Erin Moriarty and producer Paul LaRosa tell the story of Catherine Woods, 21-year-old dancer who moved from Columbus, Ohio, to New York City as a teenager hoping to make it big as a Broadway dancer. Instead of acclaim, Catherine found tragedy. The book also tells the story of Paul Cortez, a New York native, who was following his own muse and who had hopes of making it as a musician. Both their dreams died on the Thanksgiving weekend of 2005.
"48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Peter Van Sant and producer Jenna Jackson tell the story of two brilliant teenage best friends accused of planning and carrying out the brutal killings of one of the teen's mother, father and sister. Their alleged motive? Use money from the family's estate to finance a movie they planned to write.