SUSAN ZIRINSKY - 48 HOURS
The Kennedy White House after 1,000 days in office was all about a sense intimacy with the President and his family. It was a new relationship for a country and its president. The assassination of JFK was about the country’s loss of innocence - but it was also about the birth of live television – a country sharing the confusion – the sadness – and tragedy together in real time.
Schieffer anchors setting the mood and purpose of the special – as well as giving us first person narratives-- transitioning us between real time events. This hour becomes a personal story of remembering for Schieffer as he was there – covering it first hand. Bob’s great story of driving Lee Harvey Oswald’s mother to Dallas is classic.
AND. . . an all-new 48 Hours at 10pmET – “THE DEVIL’S TWIN”
On July 24th 2003, just one week before her divorce would be finalized, Heather DeWild went to the home of her estranged husband to pick up health insurance cards and endorse a check. It was the last time she was seen alive. Six weeks later, her badly decomposed body was found buried under a mound of dirt along a mountain highway.
From the day she disappeared, Heather’s family, friends, and police investigators, suspected her husband, Daniel DeWild and his identical twin brother David were responsible …. but there wasn’t enough evidence to tie them to her murder and the case went cold.
It turns out the DeWild twins had studied crime shows, like CSI, hoping to pull off the perfect murder… and they might have gotten away with it, if not for Jefferson County District Attorney Scott Storey and his team of investigators. It became Storey’s personal mission to get justice for Heather. It would take almost a decade, but in December 2011, Daniel and David (and David’s wife Roseanne) were arrested and charged with murder. In a twist worthy of a Hollywood movie -- David DeWild would become the State’s star witness and testify against his twin brother … and Daniel would point the finger at David. The twins are identical and could have the same DNA. The jury’s verdict would shock everyone.
NANCY FULLER - "FARMHOUSE RULES"
Nancy Fuller is a warm, loving mother of six and grandmother to 13, and the owner of Ginsberg’s Foods, a multi-million dollar business she runs with her husband. Nancy lives in an authentic 17th century farmhouse on beautiful, rolling farmland in New York’s Hudson Valley region. Living on the farm, Nancy’s food and recipes represent her surroundings and her philosophy of feeding others with delicious, simple food from the heart.
STEVE EVANS "THE MOVIE GUY"
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