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Oxygen’s A WEDDING AND A MURDER Returns Monday, September 9

· “A Wedding and a Murder” premieres on Monday, September 9 at 9pm ET/PT on Oxygen.

· The series will air at 8pm ET/PT beginning Monday, September 16.

· “A Wedding and a Murder” examines the shocking true crime stories of brides, grooms and newlyweds whose hopes and dreams turned into real life horror stories at the hands of a horrific crime.

· Season Trailer: https://www.oxygen.com/a-wedding-and-a-murder/preview-new-season-wedding-murder

Coming up this season:

· Each hour-long episode chronicles the emotional world of romances that quickly disintegrates into betrayal, devastation, and ultimately ends in murder.

· The series will cover shocking cases including the well-known disappearance of John and Linda Sohus, newlyweds who mysteriously vanished after a dreadful family reveal, as well as Harold “Skeeter” Lyerla and Cynthia Lynn Knox, a happy couple who tied the knot in Las Vegas, never knowing their wedding vows would trigger a mysterious murder plot, and a decades-long investigation.

https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Oxygens-A-WEDDING-AND-A-MURDER-Returns-Monday-September-9-20190905

Breaking News – Oxygen’s "A Wedding and a Murder" Returns Monday, September 9 at 9PM ET/PT

OXYGEN’S “A WEDDING AND A MURDER” RETURNS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 AT 9PM ET/PT

· “A Wedding and a Murder” premieres on Monday, September 9 at 9pm ET/PT on Oxygen.

· The series will air at 8pm ET/PT beginning Monday, September 16.

· “A Wedding and a Murder” examines the shocking true crime stories of brides, grooms and newlyweds whose hopes and dreams turned into real life horror stories at the hands of a horrific crime.

· Season Trailer: https://www.oxygen.com/a-wedding-and-a-murder/preview-new-season-wedding-murder

Coming up this season:

· Each hour-long episode chronicles the emotional world of romances that quickly disintegrates into betrayal, devastation, and ultimately ends in murder.

· The series will cover shocking cases including the well-known disappearance of John and Linda Sohus, newlyweds who mysteriously vanished after a dreadful family reveal, as well as Harold “Skeeter” Lyerla and Cynthia Lynn Knox, a happy couple who tied the knot in

Read more at: http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2019/09/05/oxygens-a-wedding-and-a-murder-returns-monday-september-9-at-9pm-et-pt-134312/20190905oxygen01/

September 26, 2014: 43 Students Disappear In Mass Kidnapping

This Day in Crime History is a flash briefing available on Amazon Alexa. Just search OXYGEN to enable.

Forty-three male students from Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College went missing in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico, on September 26, 2014. Details of the mass kidnapping remain unclear to this day.

The students were thought to have commandeered buses to Mexico City to commemorate the anniversary of a 1968 massacre, but were intercepted by local police before a confrontation broke out. At some point, the students were handed over to the Gah-rreros Unidos crime syndicate and presumably killed, although motivations or an exact understanding of a sequence of events are still mysterious. Police later claimed Iguala’s mayor and his wife were the masterminds behind the entire incident. The two fled from the city but were later arrested.

The kidnappings led to unrest in cities and civilian attacks on government buildings and became a nationwide scandal.

Months later,

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-26-2014-43-students-disappear-in-mass-kidnapping

September 19, 2014: Man Jumps Fence, Enters Restricted Part Of White House

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On September 19, 2014, Omar J. Gonazalez jumped a White House fence and attempted to enter restricted parts of the highly-protected building. The incident set off a scandal within the Secret Service, which was criticized for a lack of discipline and for potentially lying about the areas the intruder was able to access. Gonzales had been armed with a knife.

Officials at the time were stunned that Gonzales had made it that far into the White House without being stopped.

Gonzales is an Iraq war veteran diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. He later told officials that the “atmosphere was collapsing” and that he needed to inform President Obama.

He was sentenced to 17 months in prison and three years of probation on felony counts on entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds while carrying

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-19-2014-man-jumps-fence-enters-restricted-part-of-white-house

September 11, 2001: Deadliest Terrorist Attack Carried Out On American Soil

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September 11, 2001 marked the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil. That morning, four coordinated terrorist attacks were executed. Four passenger airliners, operated by United Airlines and American Airlines, were hijacked by 19 al-Qaeda terrorist. Two of the four planes crashed into the North and South towers of the World Trade Center complex, also known as the twin towers, in New York City. Less than two hours after the two planes made impact, both towers collapsed. That resulted in the collapse and partial collapse of all other buildings in the World Trade Center complex.

A third plane crashed into the Pentagon which resulted in a partial collapse of the building’s western side. The fourth plane crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after its passengers rebelled against the hijackers. In total, the attacks killed 2,997

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-11-2001-deadliest-terrorist-attack-carried-out-on-american-soil

September 8, 1900: Up To 12000 Killed After A Hurricane And Tidal Wave Hit Galveston, Texas

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On September 8, 1900, between 6,000 and 12,000 people were killed after a hurricane and tidal wave hit Galveston, Texas. The category 4 storm packed a mean punch with winds as high as 145 mph. To this day it has remained the deadliest natural disaster in United States history.

Galveston residents didn’t get any warning of the impending storm until the day before it hit landfall. When it arrived, it brought a storm surge of 15 feet. The flat island-city was only eight feet above sea level, which resulted in buildings being knocked off their foundations. More than 3,600 homes were destroyed. As a result, many investors interested in buying land in Galveston turned to Houston. The entire island of Galveston was raised by 17 feet, and a 10 mile seawall was erected as

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-8-1900-up-to-12000-killed-after-a-hurricane-and-tidal-wave-hit-galveston-texas

September 5, 1972: Israeli Athletes Murdered At Munich Summer Olympics

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On September 5, 1972 11 Israeli athletes were murdered at the Munich Summer Olympics by terrorists. The incident became known as the “Munich Massacre.” The 11 teammates were taken hostage, along with a German police officer, by eight masked men. The men were militants, part of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September. German neo-Nazis reportedly helped them out in their mission. During the hostage situation, the perpetrators demanded that 234 prisoners jailed in Israel be released. After a 20-hour standoff, the athletes and the police officer were killed. Five of the eight terrorists were dead and the other three gunmen were captured. The International Olympic Committee did not officially honor the 11 Israelis killed until 2016.

Pictured above: A member of the International Olympic Committee (bottom right) speaks with a masked terrorist who invaded

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-5-1972-israeli-athletes-murdered-at-munich-summer-olympics

September 3, 1855: 700 United States Soldiers Attack Sioux village In ‘Battle Of Ash Hollow’

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On September 3, 1855, 700 United States soldiers attacked a Sioux village in Nebraska. Eighty-six indians were slaughtered, including women and children, in what became known as the “Battle of Ash Hollow.” The battle was considered a heroic act by some and a massacre by others. The New York Times called it an “outright butchery.”

The attack was an act of retaliation for the “Grattan massacre” one year prior when American soldiers entered a large Sioux encampment to arrest a man accused of stealing a cow. One of the soldiers fatally shot an Indian Chief in that incident, and the Sioux responded by killing 29 American soldiers.

 

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-3-1855-700-united-states-soldiers-attack-sioux-village-in-battle-of-ash-hollow

September 2, 1944: Anne Frank Sent To Auschwitz Concentration Camp

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On September 2, 1944 Anne Frank was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. The 15-year-old girl was forced to have her head shaved and was branded with a numerical tattoo. During the day, she had to do slave labor, hauling rocks and digging sod.

Within a year, the young teen was dead. Diseases ran rampant because of the horrid conditions of the concentration camp, but Frank’s exact cause of death is not known. She became famous, post-death, after her diary was found and published. “The Diary of a Young Girl” documented her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, and is now one of the world’s most famous books.

 

 

 

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-2-1944-anne-frank-sent-to-auschwitz-concentration-camp