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The series, which gives an exclusive look into the world of contract killings, brings viewers up close and personal with special cases and sting operations. No one is immune as Murder for Hire showcases housewives, wealthy bankers, military officers and grandmothers being caught hiring for hits on tape.
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See how good relationships turn sour and the emotional impact that intended victims experience when they learn someone close to them planned to have them killed. Each episode features a different case, with undercover agents attempting to catch criminals and prevent murders.
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A massage therapist who advertised online was found dead Tuesday near a Louisiana home where she agreed to give a massage.
Kayla Ann Denham, 24, of Baton Rouge went to meet a client at their home around 5 a.m. Monday. She told her boyfriend the address, according to WAFB. When Denham’s boyfriend couldn’t get in touch with her, he went to the address. He discovered her car on a gravel road that led to a wooded area near the home. He called police, who found Denham’s body on the property in a barn, according to WBRZ.
Christopher Landry, 25, has been charged with the woman’s murder. An autopsy revealed that Denham was strangled and suffered blunt force trauma to her head.
Denham’s family put out the following statement, “We are in shock about the loss of our beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, cousin, and friend. Kayla was a wonderful young woman who