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Sensing Murder

1 Season

Season 1
3.6 out of 5 stars (33) IMDb 6.2/10

Top psychics Laurie Campbell and Pam Coronado team up with police to bring fresh insight to unsolved murder mysteries. With no knowledge of the homicides, psychics surprise the detectives with their accurate visions. Their visions can't be used as evidence, so the detectives ask viewers to come forward if the psychics spark any memories that are worth further investigation.

Starring:
Pam Coronado, Mike Fass

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Season 1

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1. 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 for answers.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 6, 2006
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2. 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?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 12, 2006
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3. 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?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 7, 2007
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4. 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.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 26, 2006
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5. 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?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 19, 2006
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6. 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.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 5, 2006
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7. 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.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 2, 2006
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8. 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.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 7, 2007
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9. 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.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 14, 2007
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10. 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.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 21, 2007
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Product Details

Genres Mystery
Starring Pam Coronado, Mike Fass
Supporting actors Laurie Campbell
Network Investigation Discovery
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Joseph D. Price on August 25, 2013
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I really enjoy watching these episodes.

Things I love about the shows themselves:
1) The theme music is rather haunting
2) Watching to see how Pam and Laurie sense the crimes
3) Learning more about intuitive investigations

Things I wished would happen:
1) I wished Discovery would greenlight a second season
2) I did some research on several of the cases, and several of the people arrested or who became a person of interest matched several of the items envisioned by the mediums.
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I read the other reviews before writing my own. The interesting thing is the case was solved. It would be great if the episode was amended to include the rest of the case. The "psychics" were basically dead wrong, and the police were right all along. If the detective had found the lost tip, instead of wasting time with these "psychics", the case might have been solved sooner. To read about the case, just google "Susannah Chase murder".
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Reality check here! Nothing is actually solved, no one is identified and there is no 'closure.' Given the same information, what would your 'guess' be? Obviously murder lurks unsolved and foreboding, who committed the crime, where and with what? Ah! Perhaps it was Mrs. Peacock in the library with a candlestick . . . or could it be Colonel Mustard in the kitchen with a knife? There would appear to be no doubt as to why this series was canceled or is there? Have some funky fun and find your own answer!
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This tragedy hit home for me. I know her parents and she graduated high school the same time and school as my daughter. The psychics got some stuff correct, but was off on other things that could have helped authorities find the sick individual that took this young woman's life!
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Most of the episodes were okay, fairly well-covered, but some parts were noticeably less dramatic and interesting; the episode format also becomes somewhat repetitive if you watch them all at once together. Overall, the Australian series is better
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I originally bought this on DVD and notice that, at the time of this writing, this episode is missing from Amazon Instant Video:

Episode 11: DREAM HOUSE NIGHTMARE

I've noticed similar issues with other series here so advise customers to check that everything is present before buying instant videos.

This US show had 1 season (2006-2007) of 11 episodes broadcast on the Discovery Channel. There is also a long running Australia/New Zealand series of Sensing Murder but I haven't watched it.

One main purpose of programs like this is to show how police actually use psychics to help resolve cold cases. In most of these episodes, several years have passed and police are unable to solve the murders, so desperate famalies request the police to call in psychics for help.

Psychics Pam Coronado and Laurie Campbell have worked for many years assisting police with unsolved cases. They are not told any details about the crime and work separately so as not to influence each other. Sceptics claim that at most, psychics provide vague generalities and have never actually solved a case anywhere, and at worst, all of this is fraud and deception because there are usually ways they can learn details of the crimes beforehand.

I've always found paranormal phenomena interesting so like to keep an open mind. In any case, this series was well done and like many others, I would have liked it to continue beyond this 1 season.
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I waver on how I feel about mediums and psychics myself but I am spiritual and believe there's something more than just death so... I find this show takes a really interesting and personal approach to what IS very personal and difficult for the people left behind wondering. These people normally are dealing with cold, hard science and that can be icy. On the other hand what is seen here is not necessarily easy to take but if it helps close a case I think is brilliant.
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this shows shows that physics are needed in murder cases. there are some that are fake, but the law can weed them out and find those like the two in this series. they help when no one else can. very good show but unnerving at times.
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