In the aftermath of his 1927 solo transatlantic flight, Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh — “Lucky Lindy” — became the most famous human being on Earth. But on the evening of March 1, 1932, the pilot’s luck ran out. Bold kidnappers snatched his baby son, Charlie, from the family home near Hopewell, New Jersey, while everyone in the house was awake. Negotiations with the kidnappers stretched out for weeks, but little Charlie never came back. His body was discovered not five miles from Lindbergh’s house in New Jersey. A German immigrant, Bruno Richard Hauptmann, was executed for the crime. … Read More »
It’s one of the oldest unsolved missing person cases in Edmonton’s history. Dylan Koshman disappeared on October 11, 2008 after leaving his house, following a fight with his roommates. The Fifth Estate, of the Canandian Broadcasting Company, talks with family, witnesses and police. (Source: The Fifth Estate)
Mark Castellano, a murderer, turns to Dr. Phil to help “find” his missing former girlfriend. She had had a child with Castellano, and she had moved into his apartment temporarily when she disappeared.
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David Temple is serving life for the 1999 murder of his wife, Belinda. She was eight months pregnant at the time. “I’m innocent … my family knows that I’m innocent. My close friends know that I’m innocent,” Temple told “48 Hours” correspondent Richard Schlesinger. (Source: 48 Hours)
In 2011 a Belgian photographer was allowed entry into one of Japan’s Yakuza families. Over two years, he captured the lives of those living in the underworld. (Source: The Economist)
After more than two decades, a woman sits face-to-face with her pregnant sister’s killer to find out why he murdered her and her husband. “48 Hours” correspondent Maureen Maher reports.
A college student is lured into a couple’s apartment and she winds up dead — did a sexual plot turn deadly or was it murder? (Source: CBS 48 Hours)
Can new evidence obtained by 48 HOURS prove there was no murder in the case against a New York woman charged with killing her fiancé during a kayaking trip?
It’s taken more than eight years, but a suspect who seemed to come out of the blue is now on trial, charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Bernadette and Greg Ohlemacher. The accused? A mild-mannered man who had been helping the couple get a mortgage: 47-year-old Ronald Santiago. (Source: CBS NEWS)
Was an alleged religious cult responsible for a young bride’s death? “48 Hours” correspondent Troy Roberts investigates.