Dawn Silvernail shot and killed an innocent woman as she left church on a cold fall night. It was at point blank range, gangland - style. Yet Dawn seemed the most unlikely executioner. She was your average mom living a quiet life in Earton NY. Or so her husband thought. Candice discovers Dawn had a second life that could have been ripped from an airport bookstand – a story of sex, money and murder.
Nov 12, 2015
Cindy White was a live-in nanny to four gorgeous children. Then, one New Years Eve, she burnt their house down with everyone inside. The parents died along with the children. Cindy is found guilty on six counts of murder. She appears to be a monster, but as Candice discovers, the real monster has been kept secret for 20 years.
Nov 5, 2015
Cliff Youens was not what he seemed. He lived a double-life – one as man and one as a woman. And not just any woman. By night Cliff’s female character was a renown Texan entertainer. By day he was a mild-mannered man eager to settle down and start a family. So how did he end up a killer? Candice sets out to discover who is the real Cliff Youens.
Oct 29, 2015
Jennifer Reali says she was under the spell of a religious man when she shot his wife dead. At the time she believed murder was a lesser sin than adultery. It sounds like crazy talk but Jennifer is not mentally ill. How can a rational person think taking a life is better than cheating? The answer is shocking.
Oct 22, 2015
Tyra Whitney says she was protecting her own, when she drove a hammer into the skull of her daughter’s boyfriend. She pleaded a ‘momma bear’ defense, but a jury called her a murderer. Tyra speaks openly to Candice about her crime and events leading up to it. She also has strong advice for all mothers and daughters.
Oct 15, 2015
Alexandra Tobias was portrayed as a negligent 22-year-old mom, so caught up in online gaming that she murdered her three-month-old son because he was a distraction. How could anyone really do such a thing? Candice goes behind the headlines and prison walls to find out. Serving a 50-year sentence, Alex is still a young woman, with a lot on her mind.
Oct 8, 2015