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06:00 AM

The Missing Showgirl

When an East Coast girl moves west, her plan is to make it first as a Las Vegas showgirl, then as an actress in Hollywood. But on the eve of her first solo, she vanishes, and a massive search to find her uncovers a grisly demise in Sin City.

07:00 AM

Hollywood Horror

A small town girl heads to Hollywood, hoping to make the leap from model to movie star. But after landing her first major role, the rising starlet disappears and police race to find her before she is cast out of the spotlight forever.

08:00 AM

Fallen Starlet

The Pacific Northwest is no place to become a star, so a charming young actress moves to LA for her chance to perform on the big screen. But just when America’s sweetheart lands a career changing audition for a franchise film, evil knocks on her door.

09:00 AM

Night of the Living Dead

The cult classic feeds off the Haitian belief in zombies could be based on the (admittedly rare) cases where a person was poisoned by tetrodotoxin and later revived inside the coffin and taken from the grave. Furthermore, he added, there was much more to the zombie phenomenon than simply the powder; it was only one part of a deep-rooted sociocultural belief in the power of witchcraft. In Haitian culture, voodoo priests do much more than create zombies; they are said to bring both blessings and curses through magic.

10:00 AM

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Before there was a Freddy Krueger, there was the night terror. The horror icon wasn’t born in a boiler room, but he did originate in troubling dreams. A string of real-world deaths inspired the A “Nightmare on Elm Street” films. Witnesses and survivors didn’t report a burn-scarred face or a striped sweater. Death came without warning or explanation, while its victims slept. In the late 1970s to the mid 80s, more than 110 men died in their sleep. Until their quiet final moments, they were young and healthy. Their families were stunned. Investigators were bewildered. With the victims all being Asian, medical authorities named the sleep scourge “Asian Death Syndrome.” Witnesses and families called it the night terror. The first case was reported in California’s Orange County in 1977. By the summer of 1981, 20 people had fallen victim to the night terror. Authorities and medical responders were powerless as men across the country went to sleep and never woke up.

11:00 AM

Apocalypse Now

“Apocalypse Now” is regarding as one of the best movies about the Vietnam War. In the film, Army Special Forces Colonel Walter E. Kurtz has gone insane and now commands his own local troops inside neutral Cambodia. Army Captain Benjamin L. Willard is assigned to terminate Kurtz with extreme prejudice. Francis Ford Coppola’s movie was inspired by Joseph Conrad’s book, “Heart of Darkness”, about the disintegration into madness of a man who goes into the jungle. But the Shocking Truth is that the story is also based on a real army colonel who went rogue in the jungle. Robert Rheault, and five of his men were accused of murder and conspiracy in the death of a suspected South Vietnamese double agent. Colonel Rheault along with several of his Special Forces officers were arrested by the U.S. Military and threatened with court-martial charges of conspiracy to commit murder. The investigation and court-martial, held by the U.S. Army in Vietnam, rapidly became engulfed in a firestorm of media publicity. Most of the American public, and the Special Forces, believed that Colonel Rheault and all involved had been made scapegoats for a matter that reflected poorly upon the Army.

12:00 PM

The Junkies Will Jones

A woman is questioned after allegedly buying drugs; drugs are found in a car after it is stopped for running a stop sign; a vehicle spotted in a drug-infested area is pursued; an undercover officer reports that a woman is trying to buy pills in a parking lot.

12:30 PM

Mobile Park Melee

A motorist is stopped for not having lights on; a traffic stop results in a drug arrest; police respond to a domestic disturbance call at an RV park; a vehicle is stopped for a tint violation and searched for drugs.

01:00 PM

Clerk Goes Berserk

Two young men are questioned on suspicion of being intoxicated and vandalizing a fence; police respond to a domestic disturbance call; a woman is questioned after smashing a car window; an officer investigates an alleged assault with a deadly weapon at a convenience store.

01:30 PM

Drop the Rock

A speeding car is pursued by police and ends in an accident; a family dispute is investigated; an alleged burglary at an apartment complex is investigated; a teen is stopped for a traffic violation.

02:00 PM

Night of the Living Dead

The cult classic feeds off the Haitian belief in zombies could be based on the (admittedly rare) cases where a person was poisoned by tetrodotoxin and later revived inside the coffin and taken from the grave. Furthermore, he added, there was much more to the zombie phenomenon than simply the powder; it was only one part of a deep-rooted sociocultural belief in the power of witchcraft. In Haitian culture, voodoo priests do much more than create zombies; they are said to bring both blessings and curses through magic.

03:00 PM

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Before there was a Freddy Krueger, there was the night terror. The horror icon wasn’t born in a boiler room, but he did originate in troubling dreams. A string of real-world deaths inspired the A “Nightmare on Elm Street” films. Witnesses and survivors didn’t report a burn-scarred face or a striped sweater. Death came without warning or explanation, while its victims slept. In the late 1970s to the mid 80s, more than 110 men died in their sleep. Until their quiet final moments, they were young and healthy. Their families were stunned. Investigators were bewildered. With the victims all being Asian, medical authorities named the sleep scourge “Asian Death Syndrome.” Witnesses and families called it the night terror. The first case was reported in California’s Orange County in 1977. By the summer of 1981, 20 people had fallen victim to the night terror. Authorities and medical responders were powerless as men across the country went to sleep and never woke up.

04:00 PM

Apocalypse Now

“Apocalypse Now” is regarding as one of the best movies about the Vietnam War. In the film, Army Special Forces Colonel Walter E. Kurtz has gone insane and now commands his own local troops inside neutral Cambodia. Army Captain Benjamin L. Willard is assigned to terminate Kurtz with extreme prejudice. Francis Ford Coppola’s movie was inspired by Joseph Conrad’s book, “Heart of Darkness”, about the disintegration into madness of a man who goes into the jungle. But the Shocking Truth is that the story is also based on a real army colonel who went rogue in the jungle. Robert Rheault, and five of his men were accused of murder and conspiracy in the death of a suspected South Vietnamese double agent. Colonel Rheault along with several of his Special Forces officers were arrested by the U.S. Military and threatened with court-martial charges of conspiracy to commit murder. The investigation and court-martial, held by the U.S. Army in Vietnam, rapidly became engulfed in a firestorm of media publicity. Most of the American public, and the Special Forces, believed that Colonel Rheault and all involved had been made scapegoats for a matter that reflected poorly upon the Army.

05:00 PM

The Junkies Will Jones

A woman is questioned after allegedly buying drugs; drugs are found in a car after it is stopped for running a stop sign; a vehicle spotted in a drug-infested area is pursued; an undercover officer reports that a woman is trying to buy pills in a parking lot.

05:30 PM

Mobile Park Melee

A motorist is stopped for not having lights on; a traffic stop results in a drug arrest; police respond to a domestic disturbance call at an RV park; a vehicle is stopped for a tint violation and searched for drugs.

06:00 PM

Clerk Goes Berserk

Two young men are questioned on suspicion of being intoxicated and vandalizing a fence; police respond to a domestic disturbance call; a woman is questioned after smashing a car window; an officer investigates an alleged assault with a deadly weapon at a convenience store.

06:30 PM

Drop the Rock

A speeding car is pursued by police and ends in an accident; a family dispute is investigated; an alleged burglary at an apartment complex is investigated; a teen is stopped for a traffic violation.

07:00 PM

Lucille Ball: We Love Lucy

Lucille Ball didn’t just make millions of people laugh uproariously. She blazed a whole new path for women in the entertainment industry that still resonates today. Her bravery and willingness to try absolutely anything to elicit a chuckle changed the rules of television. Comediennes Carol Burnett, Lily Tomlin, Debra Messing and Suzanne Somers reveal to us how they were uniquely inspired by Lucy’s comic genius. But simply being funny was never enough for her. The shrewd, enterprising redhead—whose drama-filled personal life was constantly at odds with her public persona—struggled against a system created by men, all the while cementing her legacy by building an entertainment empire that would transform Hollywood as we know it.

09:00 PM

Lucille Ball

Legendary redhead, Lucille Ball, is known as one of the greatest female comedians of all time. On the air for six seasons, she cemented her iconic status in I Love Lucy, where she and her first husband, Desi Arnaz, pulled in ratings that were unheard of at the time. It’s also here that Lucille Ball forged her way to becoming one of the first female executive producers in Hollywood, greenlighting mega A-list movies and TV series franchises still being renewed by networks and studios today. When she eventually passes away in 1989, her sizable estate of $40 million goes towards her two children, Lucie and Desi Arnaz, and to her second husband, Peter Morton. Unlike many celebrities, Lucille Ball left behind a will and testament – however, even with one so clearly written, the afterlife of her estate becomes entangled and bitter. After her death, Peter Morton remarries pro golfer, Susie McAllister. He then suddenly passes away, leaving behind a number of Lucille’s highly personal and sentimental items to his new wife. Knowing their value, Susie decides to put these items up for auction at a hefty price tag. This is when a full out estate war erupts between Susie and Lucille Ball’s children. Together, the Arnaz siblings fight to get back the precious items including jewelry, lifetime achievement awards, and love letters. But, would mismanagement see these priceless items be lost forever?

10:00 PM

Lucille Ball

On the morning of April 26th, 1989, Lucille Ball died in a Los Angeles hospital leaving the world heartbroken. America’s first lady of comedy had delighted audiences with a glittering career that spanned over half a century: but it was her television show, ‘I Love Lucy, ’ that had transformed television and turned the actress into the most famous face on the planet. The 77 year old would die of a rupture of the aorta – a life-ending tear of the largest artery in the human body. This is rare, and even more mysterious given the fact that she was in great shape just weeks before her death. So what exactly was going on inside Lucille Ball’s body that led to this catastrophic failure? And could a mystery teenage illness have played a part? World renowned forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter investigates every aspect of Lucille’s life in forensic detail, using her death certificate, medical documents and first-hand accounts to piece together what was going on in the body of America’s most loved Lucy to find the answers.

11:00 PM

Desi Arnaz

Desi Arnaz was famed for playing the much-loved character, Ricky Ricardo, in the 1950s TV series ‘I Love Lucy’. Almost 30 years later, in the early hours of December 2nd, 1986, Desi died. He was 69 years old. Born in Cuba, 16-year-old Desi & his family were exiled to Miami following the 1933 revolution. Starting from zero, Desi’s drive to succeed saw him rise to fame & garner attention as the bongo-playing leader of a Latin orchestra. With his Cuban charisma & boyish good looks he soon won the heart of up & coming film star, Lucille Ball. Together, they would change the face of TV with the series ‘I Love Lucy’. But Desi was so much more than just a TV star – forming their company, Desilu he became one of the most powerful men in TV. But his success would become his downfall. In this episode, world-renowned forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter, uses the Death certificate, first-hand reports, and archive to uncover the facts behind the sad demise of Desi Arnaz.

12:00 AM

Lucille Ball: We Love Lucy

Lucille Ball didn’t just make millions of people laugh uproariously. She blazed a whole new path for women in the entertainment industry that still resonates today. Her bravery and willingness to try absolutely anything to elicit a chuckle changed the rules of television. Comediennes Carol Burnett, Lily Tomlin, Debra Messing and Suzanne Somers reveal to us how they were uniquely inspired by Lucy’s comic genius. But simply being funny was never enough for her. The shrewd, enterprising redhead—whose drama-filled personal life was constantly at odds with her public persona—struggled against a system created by men, all the while cementing her legacy by building an entertainment empire that would transform Hollywood as we know it.

02:00 AM

Lucille Ball

Legendary redhead, Lucille Ball, is known as one of the greatest female comedians of all time. On the air for six seasons, she cemented her iconic status in I Love Lucy, where she and her first husband, Desi Arnaz, pulled in ratings that were unheard of at the time. It’s also here that Lucille Ball forged her way to becoming one of the first female executive producers in Hollywood, greenlighting mega A-list movies and TV series franchises still being renewed by networks and studios today. When she eventually passes away in 1989, her sizable estate of $40 million goes towards her two children, Lucie and Desi Arnaz, and to her second husband, Peter Morton. Unlike many celebrities, Lucille Ball left behind a will and testament – however, even with one so clearly written, the afterlife of her estate becomes entangled and bitter. After her death, Peter Morton remarries pro golfer, Susie McAllister. He then suddenly passes away, leaving behind a number of Lucille’s highly personal and sentimental items to his new wife. Knowing their value, Susie decides to put these items up for auction at a hefty price tag. This is when a full out estate war erupts between Susie and Lucille Ball’s children. Together, the Arnaz siblings fight to get back the precious items including jewelry, lifetime achievement awards, and love letters. But, would mismanagement see these priceless items be lost forever?