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Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons | Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil

Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons | Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil

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On Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons, “Murder and Mystery: Analysis by Dr. Phil," Dr. Phil explores the story of a child the world had forgotten. Her aunt and uncle claimed she was living with her grandmother -- but that woman didn’t exist.
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“It's time to talk about murder in America,” says Dr. Phil.   Why do people resort to murder? What causes someone to kill? Learn what a new FBI study says about the “Pre-attack behaviors of active shooters in the United States.” Hear about the traits and characteristics of people who are considered most likely to commit mass shootings and school shootings. More info: https://www.drphilpodcasts.com/
Cybersecurity expert and “the world’s most famous hacker” Kevin Mitnick demonstrates some methods hackers use to access sensitive information, and gives valuable tips to keep yourself safe in the cyberworld. Dr. Phil says, "This is a time that it is really important because we're heading into the holidays and you're going to be exposed because so many people are doing online shopping, We discuss how to keep you safe going into the holiday so you don't spend your time trying to unravel a terrible hacking situation. Check out the free newsletter that covers recent security events for a consumer audience: https://www.knowbe4.com/cyberheistnews/ and watch the free home security course that takes you through what steps you can take to protect against hackers:https://www.knowbe4.com/homecourse The password is: homecourse
Every Thursday, Parcast’s original series SPORTS CRIMINALS keeps score on the darker side of sports.  Each episode chronicles the meteoric rise and fall of some of the sports world’s biggest names. In this exclusive episode clip, track the unbelievable story of Oscar Pistorius—from ground-breaking Olympian to convicted murderer. To finish this episode, subscribe to SPORTS CRIMINALS free on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts!
Dr. Phil McGraw tells you what goes through the mind of a cold-blooded killer. What leads them to murder someone close to them in the most horrific way possible? You will travel inside the twisted minds of the nation’s most notorious murderers in Dr. Phil’s new podcast series “Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil.” In the first season, “The Killer Thorn of Gypsy Rose” Dr. Phil will take you through a severe case of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy that leads to murder. Weekly episodes start this April 25, 2019. Subscribe now so Dr. Phil can take you behind the headlines of some of the world’s most notorious crimes! For more: http://killerthornofgypsyrose.com
Dr. Phil psychoanalyzes one of the most bizarre murder mysteries in modern times. In this episode, it's 2015, Dee Dee Blancharde has been stabbed to death in a vampire-like attack. Her thought to be seriously ill and disabled daughter Gypsy Rose is missing, and police believe the killer kidnapped the young woman. A nationwide manhunt is underway to find Gypsy Rose before it’s too late. For more: http://killerthornofgypsyrose.com
Police issue a nationwide, all-points bulletin for the safe return of Gypsy Rose Blancharde, believed to be kidnapped by her mother’s killer. Police use advanced technology to trace her whereabouts and find her hiding in a closet 700 miles from her home. What happens next will shock everyone beyond belief. For more: http://killerthornofgypsyrose.com
Dr. Phil speaks to Gypsy Rose Blancharde in her very first exclusive interview from prison. She admits to planning her mother’s brutal murder and tells Dr. Phil she asked her boyfriend, who thinks he is a 500 year old vampire, to kill her mother. She reveals that her mentally ill mother convinced her that she was paralyzed and was forced to undergo dozens of surgeries she didn’t need. Dr. Phil analyzes the rare mental illness that drove Dee Dee Blancharde to abuse her daughter at the point of a surgeon’s scalpel. For more: http://killerthornofgypsyrose.com
In more from her first exclusive interview from prison, Gypsy Rose Blancharde tells Dr. Phil how she heard the sounds of her boyfriend stabbing her mother to death; payback she says, for a lifetime of physical abuse and cruelty. Dr. Phil analyzes her mother’s mental illness and the alter egos Gypsy Rose created to go along with her boyfriend, who thinks he is a 500 year old vampire.  For more: https://www.thornofgypsyrose.com/
Dr. Phil continues his exclusive interview with Gypsy Rose Blanchard from prison. She tells him about how her bumbling mistakes led to the swift capture of her and her boyfriend. Dr. Phil analyzes her psyche; what led her to murder her mother, and how she went from one abusive relationship to another. Gypsy reveals what she thinks about her vampire ex-boyfriend now and what she did to get final justice for her mother.   For more: http://killerthornofgypsyrose.com
In 2011, the glamorous Spreckels Mansion in Southern California was witness to not just one but two grisly deaths — just days apart. When a beautiful young woman is found hanging nude from the mansion’s balcony, police rule it a suicide. Police say a tragedy days before triggered Rebecca Zahau to take her own life, but her loved ones claim suspicious evidence led to foul play.
In the early morning hours of July 13, 2011, Adam Shacknai calls 911 and reports “I got a girl, hung herself”. That “girl” was his brother’s girlfriend, Rebecca Zahau. Adam Shacknai was reportedly alone with Rebecca at the Spreckels Mansion property on the night she died and was the last person to see her alive. What does he say happened in her final hours? Plus, a scream in the night. What one neighbor says she heard, and why Rebecca’s family say they believe that cry came from Rebecca. This is episode 2 of Mansion of Secrets the Mysterious Death of Rebecca Zahau.
Nobody is immune to tragedy. For over seven years, since the death of Rebecca Zahau, her family has refused to believe the warm, smart, bubbly woman they knew, committed suicide. In episode 3, Dr. Phil dives into the Zahau’s family theories and evidence found at the crime scene.
Sheriff investigators reportedly found notes on Rebecca Zahau’s cell phone leading them to believe she was troubled. A renowned forensic pathologist reveals his findings after examining Rebecca's exhumed remains. Dr. Phil delves into the cause and manner of death of Rebecca Zahau in episode 4 of Mansion of Secrets: The Mysterious Death of Rebecca Zahau.
Police ruled Rebecca Zahau’s death a suicide after she was found naked and hanging from the balcony of her millionaire boyfriend’s mansion in 2011. Then jurors in a civil trial found Adam Shacknai, the brother of Rebecca’s boyfriend, responsible for her death. He adamantly denies any involvement. In the fifth and final episode of “Mansion of Secrets: The Mysterious Death of Rebecca Zahau” Analysis by Dr. Phil, Rebecca’s family speaks out for the very first time since Adam Shacknai’s trial. Plus, Dr. Phil discusses civil case law, circumstantial evidence and the psychology of people accused.
Young newlywed Josh Hilberling plunged to his death after police say a push from his new bride during an argument caused him to fall from the 25th floor window of their apartment building. Amber Hilberling was seven months pregnant at the time of her husband's death. She says it was an accident but was arrested and put on trial for murder. Was it self-defense? Or something more sinister?
Josh Hilberling, a 23-year-old newlywed, fell to his death from the 25th floor window of his apartment. His 19-year-old pregnant wife, Amber Hilberling, who said the fall was an accident, was arrested and put on trial for murder. The story of the young, picture-perfect couple rapidly went from local news to grabbing national headlines. This is the second episode of Beautiful Victim or Killer Wife? Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil .
The State of Oklahoma arrested Amber Hilberling and charged the pregnant 19-year-old with second-degree murder, despite her insistence that she only pushed her husband in self-defense and never meant for him to fall out of the window to his death. In episode 3 of Beautiful Victim or Killer Wife?, prosecutors offered Amber the option to plead guilty and serve five years. But in a shocking twist and in a move that would later come to haunt her, Amber refused the deal. She decided to take her chances and go to trial. It was a choice that would lead to a fate no one could have predicted.
Amber Hilberling was charged with second-degree murder in the March 2013 death of her husband, Josh Hilberling, despite her insistence that she acted in self-defense when, during an argument, she pushed him and he fell to his death out a window of their high rise apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Prosecutors offered the pregnant 19-year-old the option to serve five years in exchange for a guilty plea, but Amber refused the deal. She was sentenced to 25 years behind bars upon her conviction. In episode 4 of Beautiful Victim or Killer Wife? Mystery and Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil, hear excerpts from his interview with Amber Hilberling during her incarceration. Plus learn what Dr. Phil says about the process of appealing a court decision.
Three and a half years after her high-profile trial in which Amber Hilberling was convicted of second-degree murder in the March 2013 death of her husband, Josh Hilberling,the 25-year-old was found dead in her prison cell. Another inmate discovered Hilberling hanging from her bunk bed - the cord of a curling iron wrapped tightly around her neck. According to prison officials, she used the beauty tool to take her own life. This is the final episode of Beautiful Victim or Killer Wife? Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil.
Seven-year-old Kyron Horman went missing from his Oregon elementary school in 2010 after his school science fair. Kyron’s father waited at the bus stop, but Kyron never got off the bus and has never been seen again. It’s the haunting question everyone’s asking - how could a 7-year-old seemingly vanish into thin air?  Episode one, Into Thin Air: The Mysterious Disappearance of Kyron Horman on this week’s "Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil.”
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Comments (465)

Anitsud Eel Zednanreh

so sad for dad to lose everyone and gained a stranger u ones loved ur child

Jul 10th
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Sallie Poultney

So what is the stepmum did actually just drop Kyron off at school? her whole life has been ripped apart, it really does seem like a witch hunt. The police have no evidence and she's always maintained she's innocent. I hope there is some conclusion for all their sake. it seems that even if she was an awful partner and seemed to like to arrange hits on her boyfriends, there was nothing to say that she was a bad mum or that she didn't look after her children. The big question that makes me wonder whether she's innocent is motive, why?? why would she kill Kyron? it just doesn't make sense.

Jul 8th
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D. Mudd

this is only the first episode and she is guilty!

Jul 7th
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pettinger 4

I am getting very tired of anything that has Dr.Phil on it, in it, or about him. I can't even get the rest of the episodes to play after hearing the first one. same thing happens with Dr.Phils own podcast. happens with his TV show...blah blah blah! lost a loyal subscriber and fan.

Jun 25th
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ID17606932

A family that takes a child in as an orphan, and benefits from that estate is talked about in the Quran and it is the worst of the worst. Either do with your heart or don’t do it all and we won’t keep being lead from evil deed leads to more evil deeds. I swear on my life I will never stop to see justice for all children, Gabriel Hernandez and Erica part of a depraved family. Please help them

Jun 22nd
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Susan James

Dr Phil, There seems to be a difference between what you said in an earlier episode that this man was unable to mimic empathy and other human emotions, and this episode where he seems to do that very thing in attracting women?

Jun 21st
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Heather Boylen

There’s this crazy thing out now called Google!

Jun 19th
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Breezy

I left home at 16 with just the clothes on my back. So it is possible.

Jun 19th
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Tara Jamieson

hopefully there is an update since they found thr kids 😢. i (along with others im sure) would really like to know what those monsters were thinking.

Jun 14th
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missy miller

Boy I don't want to wait a week to hear what happens Tell ya I'm from South Texas and I can promise that I know how to get the truth out of that woman Prison would look like a summer camp after I'm done with her🤬🤬

Jun 12th
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missy miller

oh come on dr phil your leaving us hanging 😫😫😫

Jun 8th
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missy miller

I'm very interested in this story and can't wait to hear episode 3 Dr phil needs to tell it before next week 😊😊

Jun 4th
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Val Lynam

Is anyone else hearing split second clicks that block out the narrative? Between 8.34 and 8.59 there are about 5 of these. This is the third time it happens.

May 31st
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Erika Myers

senseless. the murder and the girl

May 29th
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Erika Myers

this damn story man. so terrifying, it could happen to anyone. I hate hearing about these poor children dying for no reason at all. so tragic

May 28th
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Jessica Massa

I'm missing episode 3 😒

May 18th
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amanda mcguffin-noll

I like the shows but Dr. Phil is way too hung up on looks and image. I get that it fits certain parts of stories but dear lord, tone it down!

May 8th
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Ojo Eira

Lawyer... medical physician... not entirely correct. Putting aside this man conned his way to professional status, felons can. A felony conviction does not ban one from taking the Bar exam. If one passes then one must pass state licensing board background checks and be determined to be of good character before receiving a license to practice. Only Kansas, Mississippi, and Texas ban felons from becoming licensed lawyers. In addition, while medical schools often screen out people who have committed a felony, it is not required. A felon can enrol in medical school and obtain the education to become a physician, though they are unlikely to receive a medical license to practice or DEA approval to prescribe medications. There are fields in medicine that do not require a medical license: Pathology, Public Health Analyst/Epidemiologist, and Medical Writing. While it may be extremely difficult, a felon CAN become a licensed lawyer or work as medical professional in a position that does not prescribe medications.

May 8th
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amanda mcguffin-noll

Her crying sounds very fake. I find it hard to believe anything she says.

May 4th
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keri mlcm

very helpful I got one of those sextortion emails thank-you for the information!

May 2nd
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