Monthly Archives: May 2016

Oxygen airs show about Tonasket murder

NEW YORK – An episode of “Snapped” will feature the Lacey Hirst-Pavek murder case.

Hirst-Pavek was convicted of murder for coordinating an attack on Michelle Kitterman, 25, Oroville. Kitterman, who was pregnant by Hirst-Pavek’s husband, was found dead March 1, 2009, on Stalder Road.

Three others also were convicted.

The show is scheduled for 9 p.m. eastern time Saturday, May 28 on the Oxygen Channel.

Click here for a preview of the episode.

Read more at:

Katrina Miller, Amanda Gonzales: Mormons Found Body Of Missing Mom In Hancock County, Indiana, Cornfields, On ‘She Made Me Do It’

Katrina Miller, the Indianapolis woman whose dead body was found in a cornfield by two Mormons riding their bikes two years ago, will be the next murder case to be profiled on She Made Me Do It, a crime-based documentary show on the Oxygen Network. In tonight’s episode titled, “Amanda Gonzales,” you’ll hear how a single mother involved in a love triangle was savagely killed and left in a cornfield by three perpetrators, who valued their stash of drugs more than a human life.

Katrina Miller’s story will include commentary by family members and police detectives. Miller’s killers — 39-year-old Joe Meyers, 26-year-old Ronnie Westbrook, and 27-year-old Amanda Gonzales were all arrested and eventually convicted in her kidnapping and murder.

By all accounts, Katrina Miller was a loving and bubbly young mother who adored her daughter — the kind of person who would give you anything you needed at

Read more at:

Lady Killers, Murderous Affairs: Escape Channel Orders Five True Crime Series – canceled TV shows

Escape TV shows

The Escape channel has gone on a new series spree. Deadline reports the network has ordered five new true crime shows.

Additionally, Escape has acquired rights to the CNBC crime series American Greed and Corrupt Crimes.

The network’s new series include Lady Killers, a docu-series about women who kill those close to them, and Murderous Affairs, a show about relationships that turn deadly.

Read more details below:

Lady Killers, which investigates cases of women who murder someone they intimately know. Behavioral experts and psychologists tell the story of how these loving relationships turned lethal.

Murderous Affairs, which explores love affairs gone wrong and spouses driven to kill; stories that give a whole new meaning to the vow, “till death do us part.” Every case features actual evidence, reenactments, and news footage of these lethal love affairs.

It Takes a Killer, which looks at the world’s most notorious murders and takes viewers inside the minds and

Read more at:

Suffering from insomnia? Don’t pop pills –TRAIN your body to sleep again

Tossing and turning night after night? Don’t automatically reach for a sleeping tablet.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – a way of conditioning the brain and body to slumber again – should be the first choice to treat chronic insomnia, doctors have said.

It takes more time and effort than popping a pill, but CBT can be effective and doesn’t carry the side effects of medication, according to the American College of Physicians.

The recommendation, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, is intended to spur doctors to suggest the therapy for people struggling to sleep.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) - a way to condition the body to slumber again - should be the first choice to treat chronic insomnia, according to the American College of Physicians

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – a way to condition the body to slumber

Read more at: