Across the Deep South, heat, humidity and darn good hiding places provide a perfect backdrop for dark, despicable deeds. Murky waters take secrets to the grave in SWAMP MURDERS when bogs, bayous and decrepit docks surrounded by a tangle of marshland and moss-covered trees set the scene for mucky murder.From the swampy bayou of Louisiana to the Great Lake o' the Cherokees in Oklahoma and even rivers and lakes in Georgia, Texas, and Florida, SWAMP MURDERS proves that even muddied waters eventually bring secrets to the surface.Hot, humid swamps make great hiding places - for bodies that is. In Investigation Discovery's newest series, moss-covered trees, dead-end trails, creaky docks and mangrove forests are the ominous backdrops for the murkiest of mysteries in SWAMP MURDERS.
The body of wealthy Richard Hodges is found along the Missouri River.
Twenty-three-year-old Navy veteran Raul Mendoza is found murdered after a night out in Houston, and police get a tip from Mendoza's sister pointing to someone they have met before.
In Oklahoma, the body of 18-year-old Jarret Clark is found floating in a lake, bringing a party in the woods to a tragic end; agents interview campers and come across a key witness.
Jody Lynn Wolfe's body washes up on the banks of Dry Creek Canal in Fresno, Calif., and detectives learn more about the young teenager's life during the course of their investigation and realize her murder hits close to home.
Fifteen-year-old Linda Strait fails to return home after a trip to the store, then her body is found near the Spokane River, and detectives will spend the rest of their careers searching for Strait's killer.
After 53-year-old Barbara Hefner disappears from her Georgia residence, her body is found floating in nearby Folly Lake; during the investigation, police officers uncover a a recent inheritance and a secret affair.
The body of 39-year-old Beverly Jackson is found in a car pulled from a Florida canal; the police explore the single mother's routine and relationships, but it will take the help of a hotline tipster to track down her killer.
After a baby is found abandoned along Ohio's Scioto River, police discover the child's mother has been murdered, and then they uncover secrets about someone in the young mother's past while investigating the case.
Former beauty queen Jackie Johns' body is found floating in Missouri's Lake Springfield, and as officers pore over Johns' list of admirers, they soon discover the fine line between love and hate.