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Halifax Homicide

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Halifax Homicide

Year: 2021
Producer: Tieren Hawkin
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Kevin Jollimore

This true crime series highlights instances of major crime from across the Halifax Regional Municipality. Episodes feature dramatic reenactment, based on facts taken from real court documents and police interview footage.

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Episodes

Episode 1

In late 2007, a young Cole Harbour woman was reported missing after a date with a coworker. Police soon discover a web of lies, deceit, and murder.

Episode 2

Life can be difficult growing up in Dartmouth’s urban North End. For a pizza delivery driver attempting to turn his life around, a chance encounter would set in motion a chain of events that would change lives forever.

Episode 3

In 1996, the death of a local high school student at the hands of trusted friends would shock the small town of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. After 25 years, the memory is still fresh in her fathers mind.

Episode 4

An overview of the crimes perpetrated by Atlantic Canadian serial killer Michael Wayne McGray; known across Canada as “The Homicidal Drifter”.

Episode 5

In October 2004, a gruesome discovery was made in the wooded areas adjacent to Halifax’s International Airport. A body was discovered hanging from a tree. Sixteen years later, the John Doe has never been identified; leading online sleuths to come up with their own theories surrounding his puzzling death.

Episode 6

In 2007, a Haligonian, would begin a murdererous journey across Canada and the United States, claiming to being ordered to cleanse the world of sin.

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