Chris Hansen Unravels the Truth and Emotions Behind Every Homicide in "Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen"

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02 September 2017
Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen
Courtesy of Investigation Discovery
"Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen"
Season Premiere Tuesday, September 5 at 9 PM ET/PT
on Investigation Discovery
          Emmy Award-winning journalist Chris Hansen returns to Investigation Discovery (ID) for the third season of “KILLER INSTINCT WITH CHRIS HANSEN.” With a proven track record for gaining access to hard-to-get interviews, Hansen sets himself apart as a journalist for his ability to both empathize with those closest to the case and analyze his findings objectively for the sake of the investigation. To gain this perspective, Hansen visits each distinct crime scene location to look back on some of America’s most unnerving homicides and the lives that were shaken in an all-new season.

          This season, Hansen finds himself exploring a number of cases dating back to the 1990s. Even decades later, Hansen never strays from retaining the raw emotions felt and the facts obtained from the very beginning. The season premiere of “KILLER INSTINCT” features the 1993 murder of Tammy Tatum, who was found dead in her Colorado home with her baby, Sadie, asleep in her crib. The killer was identified 13 years later. Now, 24-year-old Sadie recounts to Hansen what is was like growing up and coming to terms of her mother’s passing. As Hansen reinvestigates Tammy’s death, lead law enforcement official, Detective Bruce Vaughan, shares details of the puzzling case that kept him awake at night for 13 years, “Having the knowledge that the baby was [at the crime scene] was disturbing being a parent myself,” he recalled. 
Additional KILLER INSTINCT episodes in season three include: 
Slip of the Tongue
Premieres Tuesday, September 12 at 9/8c
The shotgun slaying of Stephen Perret in Citronelle, Al., has all the hallmarks of a mob hit—clean and without a trace. However, just minutes before his attack, Stephen made a call. The call may be the one piece of evidence police have in identifying Stephen’s killer.
The Death of a Genius
Premieres Tuesday, September 19 at 9/8c
When a wealthy and schizophrenic scientist, Walter Sartory, goes missing, detectives are sent on a wild chase to find him. Investigators find a culprit in someone they never saw coming as they attempt to track down Walter and secure his fortune.
Murder in Boulder
Premieres Tuesday, September 26 at 9/8c
A few days before Christmas 1997, Susannah Chase was murdered right outside her home in Boulder, Co. With little evidence, detectives were baffled for ten years. Then, a key piece of forensic evidence gathered at the scene finally reveals the true identity of Susannah’s killer. 
The Odds Are Murder
Premieres Tuesday, October 3 at 9/8c
In a high stakes game, poker club owner, Paul Horn, payed the ultimate price—his life. Paul had his share of enemies and investigators reveal four suspects: his roommate, the club’s manager, the croupier and Paul's business partner. All had motive and opportunity to murder him, but which one took the ultimate gamble and pulled the trigger?

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