Helen Dean was enjoying a smooth recovery from surgery at a New Jersey hospital in August 1993 when a thin, sharp-featured male nurse entered her room and told her son, Larry, to leave. When Larry returned a few minutes later, Helen angrily announced, "He stuck me!" Larry thought that was odd, as his mother wasn't scheduled to receive any medications. Strange, too, was the location of the shot - on her inner thigh, where it was very hard to see.
An arsenic poisoning sends a small New England church into turmoil in April 2003.
Television comedian and actor Max Alexander drops by to talk about the side effects of dieting and to tell Dom some "joke jokes". Then, Hiram Kasten explains the trick of long-term relationships and talks to Dom about his favorite roles. Next, Brian Holtzman says he's thinking differently of Asians and gives some serious plugs for his upcoming gigs.
Too much fun wasn't a problem for good-looking Brent Wilson "Wil" Hicks and his athletic girlfriend, Alex Santini. In a case that has drawn comparisons to the infamous Bonnie and Clyde, the couple robbed $500,000 from a half dozen banks then lived the high life on the lam.
To the amazement of those who knew Sally Mercer only as a vital, healthy housewife, the cause of her 1968 death was ruled as polio. Forty years later, new evidence may finally solve the mystery.
No one ever suspected that Dennis Rader, a seemingly ordinary man, could be a killer - let alone a cold-blooded serial killer. His infamous signature, "BTK", police would later discover, stood for "Bind, Torture, Kill".