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Saturday, October 31, 2009

A Case for Murder

A charismatic ladies man... his vicious stabbing death and conflicting clues. Will the blood evidence bring justice? Maureen Maher reports, Saturday. Nov. 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Deadly Prophecy

In Full: A woman has visions of dying before she drowns... was it murder or a prophecy fulfilled? Susan Spencer reports.

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Caught on Tape

Faced with an extortion charge, Jim McElyea, who claimed Doug Grant confessed to killing his wife, Faylene, agreed to help Gilbert, Ariz. police get a confession from Doug Grant on tape. Listen to excerpts of the police wiretap.

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In Faylene's Words

Faylene Grant was a devout Mormon who spent much time writing down her thoughts. Her daughter, Jenna, reads excerpts from her journals.

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Faylene's Family Speaks

Faylene's sisters and mother say they always suspected Doug was responsible for her death. Watch more of their "48 Hours Mystery" interview.

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911 Call- Deadly Prophecy

On Sept. 27, 2001, Doug Grant called his friend, Chad White, to say he had just discovered his wife, Faylene, unconscious in the bathtub. White, a physician's assistant, immediately dialed 911.

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Evening News Online, 10.31.09

Saturday: The growing business of haunted houses, scaring visitors for fun, and profit; Plus, Afghanistan election appears to be in jeopardy as there may be a boycott at the polls.

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Haunted Housing Boom

Halloween is becoming a commercial season and visits to local haunted houses are becoming a part of this holiday. Terrell Brown shows us the growing business of scaring visitors for fun, and profit.

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Book Price War

The American Booksellers Association is accusing three giant retailers of "predatory pricing." As Hari Sreenivasan reports, the group fears these book wars could close many independent bookstores.

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NASA's Future in Question

After NASA successfully test-fired a new prototype for the next generation manned spacecraft, many are wondering: what's next? As Daniel Seiberg reports, NASA's future is in serious question.

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Marathon Dangers

As 40,000 runners prepare for the upcoming NYC Marathon, a growing number don't live to savor the experience. As Kimberly Dozier reports, marathons could be hazardous to some runners' health.

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Middle East Diplomacy

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in the Middle East making another push for new peace talks. From there she flew to Jerusalem for talks with Israeli leaders. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Oversight Failures

Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme victims and their lawyers have new evidence to examine as new documents reveal eye-opening claims by Madoff himself. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Afghan Election in Jeopardy

The closely-watched runoff election in Afghanistan appears to be in jeopardy as the challenger to the incumbent president is signaling that he may call for a boycott at the polls. Mandy Clark reports.

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Kohl, Gorbachev, Bush and Merkel mark fall of Berlin Wall

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the world leaders in 1989 -- ex-German chancellor Helmut Kohl, former US president George Bush and the Soviet Union's last head of state Mikhail Gorbachev -- gathered in Berlin on Saturday for a formal ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Duration: 01:03

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A Marathon Around My Block

Andy Newman of The Times embarks upon his personal marathon, circling the block with his dog, Barnaby the Basset.

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Frightening Meal on a Budget

On this week's "Chef on a Shoestring", Mike Price prepares his Halloween meal on a budget, consisting of Pumpkin Soup Served in Pumpkin Bowls, Ghost & Bat Shaped Panini and Mini Caramel Dipped Apples.

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Halloween Costume In's and Out's

If you are waiting until the last minute to get your Halloween costume this year, than this segment will help so you don't make any big mistakes. Amy Palmer joins Ben Tracy to guide us.

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Inside Amazing Race- Week 6

It's the end of the road for dating couple, Mika and Canaan. Their race came to a close when Mika, refused to take the plunge down a six story waterslide. Chris Wragge speaks with the couple.

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Obama's First Year

It has almost been one year since Obama's historic election. However, has Obama been able to deliver all of his campaign promises? Kevin Madden, Larry Davis and Marc Ambinder speak with Erica Hill.

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Honor Society, "Over You"

The pop-rock band 'Honor Society' will join us this week in our Second Cup Cafe. They made a splash with their debut last month, making the Billboard Top 200. They perform their single "Over You."

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Haunted Hotels

There are scores of hotels across the country that claim to be home to ghosts. Travel Expert Peter Greenberg shows Chris Wragge some of the spookiest spots around the nation.

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H1N1 In Your School?

Hundreds of schools have shut their doors for a period of time this flu season due to an outbreak of the H1N1 virus. Hill speaks with Dr. Holly Philips about what to do regarding children and H1N1 in schools.

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Southern Tornados

After severe storms in the south, rains flooded roads, but Amid the destruction, a tornado blew a steeple off a church onto Michael Williams' car. Erica hill speaks with his sister-in-law.

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Under the Radar, 10.31.09

On this week's "Under the Radar", Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us a basketball playing-canine; Plus, cute critters celebrating Halloween.

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Women at Arms

A record number of women are coming home from war with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Four years after leaving Iraq, Shalimar Bien explains her continuing struggle.

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Man-sized coconut- a final resting place in Ghana

Coffins in Ghana can be an art form. Craftsmen produce fantasy coffins, catering for every sort of customer from fishermen and farmers to pilots and photographers. Tailor-made coffins reflect the trade of their clients. The aim: to pay tribute to the character of the dearly departed. Duration: 02:14.

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Flying trapeze stars at Paris Circus show

In 1859, Frenchman Jules L�otard presented the first ever flying trapeze show at Paris's Cirque d'Hiver. 150 years later, the family-ran circus pays a special homage to the impressive act in a new show called "Festive". The traditional lions, clowns and acrobats are also part of it. Duration: 02:11

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