Sensing Murder Season 1
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Random Killer - Can Pam and Laurie help close the murder case of Patricia Neufeld, a suburban housewife, brutally killed in cold blood 28 years ago?
Mountain Murders - Can Pam and Laurie help breathe new life into the investigation of the murder of Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer, a young wife, shot to death in cold blood, 23 years ago?
Basement Horror - On May 22, 2004, 53-year-old Al Kite was murdered in his home in Aurora, Colorado. He was struck in the head and then tortured for hours before he died in the basement apartment of his town house.
Hunted in the Forest - On July 4th weekend, 2005, Jeannette Bauman and Steven Haugan were viciously murdered in the Oregon wilderness. Now, one year later, two of America's top psychics have been called in on the case. Can they help get this investigation back on track?
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. Police in Akron, Ohio, have been investigating the case for 27 years.
Prairie Predator - On July 30, 2003, Angela Lee, 22, was beaten and strangled to death in her East Gillespie, Illinois home. Three years later the police have no concrete leads. Pam Coronado and Laurie Campbell try to find Angela's killer.
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 have no solid leads. Psychics Pam Coronado and Laurie Campbell go to work to help find Miranda's killer.
Convent Killer - On June 13, 1977, 26-year-old apprentice nun Robin Elam was raped and strangled in a field near her convent in West Virginia. Thirty years later, investigators are no closer to solving the case. Two of America's top psychics work to find new clues.
Parkway Mystery - College freshman Cassandra Hailey and Keith Call left for their first date on April 9, 1988 and were never seen again. Now, police investigators have agreed to bring in psychics Pam Coronado and Laurie Campbell to breathe new life into this cold case.
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Top Customer Reviews
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?
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
The psychics didn't really know what they were talking about. A real dissapointment. The Sensing Murder Produced by New Zealand was much better.Published on January 16, 2012 by Dhillon Faatoina