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David follows up on tips, rumours and accusations surrounding the Kerrie Brown case, and tracks down more potential suspects.
A plane blown from the sky, 52 victims, four suspects - one investigation. Season 2 of Uncover investigates one of the largest unsolved mass murders on Canadian soil. Subscribe to Uncover: Bomb on Board now.
Trevor Brown speaks for the first time with the man who was accused of murdering his sister.
Patrick Sumner was arrested and charged with Kerrie's murder, but discharged after a preliminary hearing. He has never spoken to the media to give his side of the story. Until now.
David tracks down the civilian phone operator who says she received a suspicious phone call the night Kerrie disappeared.
Trevor wasn't Kerrie's only sibling. David takes the investigation closer to home.
A woman writes a name on a scrap of paper and hands it to Jim Brown. Is this the tip he's been waiting for?
A retired RCMP officer claims that certain suspects, tips and evidence may have been overlooked during the original investigation, including a very suspicious phone call.
Another muscle car, similar to the one seen by witnesses near the crime scene, was out driving through Thompson on the night of Kerrie's murder. The driver of that car was known as Mad Max.
The investigation leads to a local mechanic, who has information about Patrick Sumner's vehicle, and similar cars that may have been in Thompson on the night of Kerrie's murder.
A local teenager witnessed two vehicles leaving the crime scene the night Kerrie was murdered. What did he see that night? And more importantly, who?
Another young woman was brutally murdered in northern Manitoba in 1971. But unlike the Brown case, a perpetrator was eventually brought to justice. What can be learned from the Helen Betty Osborne case?
David speaks with the woman who discovered Kerrie's body to learn about the crime scene and meets with the police officer currently in charge of Kerrie's case.
On a cold October night in 1986, 15-year-old Kerrie Brown disappeared from a house party. Her friends and family recall that fateful night and the devastating effect it's had on their lives.
SKS Season 5 will begin on Tuesday, October 16.
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Updates on Seasons 1 through 4. And an announcement: SKS will be back with Season 5 in October 2018.
In March 2018, David and his team of volunteers conduct a fourth search of Holmes Lake for Adrien McNaughton. It's the deepest and most thorough search to date and, with the help of cadaver dogs, leads to important discoveries.
Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970s and adopted out to the U.S., a Cree family believes their sister was raped and murdered while hitchhiking home to Saskatchewan. Host Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.
David and the Greavette family track down every available lead, investigating whether Wayne's murder is linked to the water industry, biker gangs or organized crime.
A disturbing piece of information about Wayne’s past is revealed and the Greavettes meet one of the people mentioned in the death letter.
Danielle and Justin meet with Ed Galick who was Wayne’s former employer and mentor. He was also a person of interest to police. Ed and Wayne were like father and son, but then things took a turn in their relationship.
David meets the police officers involved in the Greavette case to learn about their investigation and find out what the evidence reveals about who might have killed Wayne.
When a flashlight bomb killed Wayne Greavette in 1996, it also destroyed his family. Years later, Wayne's widow and adult children reunite to revisit the case and search for answers.