Saturday, Mar 24 | 3:00 AM "Monster Of Miramichi" - Firemen are called to put out a blaze and discover two sisters, one dead and the other on death's door. Detectives learn that a man snuck into the house late at night and brutally sexually assaulted the sisters before setting fire to the house. The attacker's face was covered with a balaclava and he seemed to have a chain around his waist that could have been part of prison shackles. So begins one of the most gruesome and sadistic murder sprees in Canadian history.
Saturday, Mar 24 | 3:30 AM "Pointing To Murder" - A withered corpse is found half-buried in a field beside a theme park. Too decayed to identify properly, detectives have only the leathery fingers of one hand to work from. When they manage to get a print, they identify the dead woman as a missing wife and mother. The husband casts the finger of blame on his wife's conman lover. The lover blames the husband. One of them is lying. The other is a murderer.
Sunday, Mar 25 | 6:00 AM "Jeweler's Wife" - The wife of a successful jeweler is found in their home, stripped naked and beaten to death. The jeweler immediately falls under suspicion, but he's not alone. The couple had been overseeing expensive renovations to their home for the past year, meaning literally hundreds of people had access to the house before the murder. A horrible crime with a multitude of suspects. But the jeweler's wife was no sitting duck. She had fought back. And under her fingernails is the DNA that will lead detectives to her killer.