Friday night’s episode of NBC’s Dateline explores the disappearance and murder of Sarah Goode, a young mother whose life was cut short by a man she rejected.
Category: True Crime
Friday night’s episode of Dateline delves deeper into the story of Lori Vallow, who’s dubbed “cult mom” by the media because of her fringe religious beliefs, and the mystery of her missing children. Her oldest son, 23-year-old Colby Ryan, speaks out on the episode, distraught over not knowing where his siblings, 17-year-old Tylee Ryan and seven-year-old Joshua Vallow, are. Lori failed to produce the two children for a court order in January, but the children have not been seen since September.
Tonight’s episode of Dateline, “Before Daylight,” details the 2004 slaying of 23-year-old Jesse Valencia by his married cop boyfriend. The motive? Jesse was threatening to expose their relationship and Rios didn’t want to be “outed.”
A Massachusetts woman dubbed the Parking Lot Pooper for doing exactly that has been caught and arrested. 51-year-old Andrea Grocer, of Ashland MA, was caught mid-bowel movement outside her preferred venue: the parking lot of the Natick Outdoor Store. Read on for the full mug shot, plus some delightful straight-faced quotes from the local police.
Love & Hip Hop Miami star Bobby Lytes was arrested last night after getting into a brawl at a Fort Lauderdale night club. It seems Bobby was booked on two charges — one of which involves a “moral decency” clause — but the Bobby Lytes arrested story wasn’t what had the reality star so upset after the news went wide. Read on for all the tea, including Bobby’s mug shot!
Everything in Mayra Rosales’ life has changed since the then-1,040 pound woman was found not guilty of killing her two-year-old nephew by falling on him. How is Mayra Rosales now? The 39-year-old who was once the heaviest woman in the world is now completely unrecognizable — and has been living like a person with a new lease on life in the wake of the media frenzy that followed her trial and weight loss journey.
It’s a sad day for fans of true crime television in general and groundbreaking show Homicide Hunter in particular. Lieutenant Joe Kenda, whose matter-of-fact delivery and dry humor helped turn the show into an international hit, has announced that Homicide Hunter Season 9 will be the show’s last.
Tonight’s episode of Dateline, “Evil Was Waiting,” explores how a 30-year-old murder cased was cracked in 2018 with the help of forensic genealogy – a relatively new scientific tool to link DNA to names
Last week’s episode of Hulu’s The Act, an adaptation of this Buzzfeed article about the life of Gypsy Rose Blanchard and the murder of her mother Dee Dee, dealt with a romance Dee Dee struck with an older man named Scott she met when he was cosplaying Wolverine at a local comic convention. In the episode Gypsy, who finds out she’s 19-years-old instead of 15, 14, or 17 ( all the different ages her mom says Gypsy is during the episode) sneaks buying a prepaid phone so she could text him. When she finds out he’s been hurt, she rushes to be by his side in the middle of the night.