In April of 1999, Maya Jakic's body was found covered under leaves and hidden in bushes out the front of an unused Adelaide police patrol station. Two years later, Japanese student Megumi Suzuki had gone missing, and when police discovered her schoolbooks abandoned near a rail over-bridge they knew she had met foul play. In both these murders, the killer had taunted the police by leaving clues.
People are fascinated, have a morbid curiosity and are drawn to stories of murder. Investigators will take you to the scenes of infamous and bizarre murders and into the enthralling investigations that follow. Footage that has never been seen outside of the courtroom will give viewers first hand knowledge of the case. All of this is done so as to unfold the drama minute by minute – just as it unfolded for the participants themselves when the victim was murdered. In some cases, viewers will come face to face with the murder him/herself.
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