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  • Actors: Anthony Wemyss, Jackson Taylor, Taylor Bates, Rebecca Gibney, Deb Webber
  • Producers: Paul Harrington
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Discovery Channel
  • DVD Release Date: December 2, 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,353 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sensing Murder" on IMDb

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When the trail of a murderer goes cold and there are no leads or suspects, police across the country are turning to the supernatural. Two of the nation's top psychic investigators are Pam Coronado, a clairvoyant who visualizes past murders, and Laurie Campbell, a medium who receives messages from "the other side." As the last hope for desperate families and frustrated police, this supernaturally skilled pair may be the only ones who can uncover the dark secrets of the past. Don't miss this unique and riveting series!

Desperate for Answers: On December 21, 1997, a University of Colorado senior was brutally beaten and left for dead in an alley just blocks from her home. The case remained unsolved for eight years before the family encouraged police to turn to psychics Pam Coronado and Laurie Campbell for answers.

Random Killer: Can Pam and Laurie help close the murder case of Patricia Neufeld, a suburban housewife and mother of three brutally killed in cold blood 28 years ago? Was Patricia killed by a now-incarcerated serial killer or was it a random act of violence? Mountain Murders: Young wife Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer was shot to death 23 years ago. With no suspects and little evidence, two top psychics work to provide investigators with new leads and fresh perspectives in hopes of finally bringing some closure to Bobbie Jo's grieving husband.

Basement Horror: On May 22, 2004, 53-year-old Al Kite was struck in the head and tortured for hours before he died in the basement apartment of his townhouse. Now investigators turn to the supernatural for help in locating the prime suspect.

Hunted in the Forest: There were few leads and no witnesses to the murder of Jeannette Bauman and Steven Haugen in the Oregon wilderness on July 4th weekend 2005. Investigators have hit a brick wall, prompting them to call in Pam and Laurie.

Missing Teens: In 1979, high school sweethearts Mary Leonard and Ricky Beard were murdered. Six years later, their bones were discovered in a remote, wooded area in Ohio, but still no clues to the killer. With objects belonging to the victims and a crime scene visit, our psychic team may be able to help.

Prairie Predator: With her young son nearby, Angela Lee, 22, was beaten and strangled to death in her East Gillespie, Illinois, home. Three years later the police have no concrete leads. Will Pam and Laurie be able to shed light on this seemingly unsolvable murder?

Video Store Murder: On November 15, 1998, 18-year-old Miranda Fenner was murdered at a video store where she worked in Laurel, Montana. Eight years later, investigators still have no solid leads. Desperate for justice for their daughter, Miranda's parents insist that police enlist psychic aid.

Convent Killer: More than 30 years ago, 26-year-old apprentice nun Robin Elam was raped and strangled in a field near her convent in West Virginia. Today investigators are no closer to solving the case, desperately calling upon two of America's top psychics.

Parkway Mystery: College freshman Cassandra Hailey and Keith Call left for their first date on April 9, 1988, and were never seen again. Will Laurie and Pam find new leads for the detectives? Will their psychic visions point to evidence initially overlooked in the original investigation?

Sensing Murder: On March 29, 1999, Sarasota, Florida resident Deborah Dalzell was found murdered in the bathroom of her brand new dream home. Eight years later, the case is still unsolved. Will Pam and Laurie be able to find clues by sensing this sinister murder?

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Pam Coronado and Laurie Campbell use their psychic abilities to help detectives solve murders. This show is extremely well done. The music is beautiful and haunting! There is no need to use gory special effects although you will see blood.

The two women each work on the same case but they do it separately. They each are given an item that the victim has worn and they get information from those items. I really believe in that. Of course not everyone has the gift to be able to do that.

I can't stand to watch crime dramas where they take a story from the headlines and redo it. It's so over done and overly dramatized, but not here. Here is sheer perfection. The story of the woman with the swimming pool in her house who lived alone intrigues me. I guess this is a single woman's worst nightmare come true.

I believe these two women have gifts that allow them to see what is unseen to most of us. One nice aspect is that they sometimes do not get it 100% right and we see that being psychic is not like putting a DVD in a DVD player and playing back everything as it's happened 100% accurately.

I am also drawn to this show because the two women who are the "stars" are simply normal looking yet beautiful in their own way women. Where else on television can we go to see women who look like most of us on TV?

Anyone who cares about this show or agrees with my sentiment of the way women should be portrayed on television can use the links below and let Discovery know how you feel.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Heike C. Strand on August 25, 2013
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I think this is a very interesting show with a true sense of caring represented to the victims of crime who need to find answers.
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It was o.k but not as good as Sensing Murder New Zealand and Australia (which is extremely difficult to purchase copies of) as they were made better than the American series...
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