The episodes of this series were headlines of crimes 50/60 years ago.
Time Bomb, 1955, a Seattle bound plane explodes over Colorado
Judge, Jury, Executioner, 1955, Florida judge and his wife disappear, and blood splatters are found outside their house.
Career Girl Murders, 1963, two young women are viciously murdered in their upper East-Side NYC apartment
A New Kind of Monster, 1967, Eastern Michigan State female students are being disappearing and found murdered
Go Ask Alice, 1965, two children disappear from their Queens, NY apartment, and later found strangled
Who Killed Mr. Woodward, 1955, One of New York City's social elite, William Woodward is killed by his wife, but everyone is wondering if it was intentional.
This series is one of the better productions of Investigation Discovery, using actors to retell the events leading up to the crimes committed.
The saddest one for me, was Who Killed Mr. Woodward, the story of a social climbing adventurer, who married into New York high society and is snubbed by the mother-in-law. The husband is intrigued at first, but as Ann tries to fit in the social circle, the husband treats her badly. Even their children would (but not mentioned in the episode) come to tragic conclusions.