Sensing Murder is back with a series of chilling new cold cases. What will the psychics bring to light? Hosted by Amanda Billing.
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New Season: Part 1/2 The psychics are back helping to uncover answers in four cold cases, taking a closer look into the secrets that surround these tragic and untimely deaths.
Sue Nicholson and Deb Webber continue their investigation into the gruesome death of 19 year old Joan Wech. Will the psychics be able to unearth new clues and identify her killer?
In 1995, a young man's bloodied body was found on the side of a highway just out of Ngaruawahia. Psychics investigate whether it was a hit and run - or something more sinister.
Kelvin Cruickshank and Sue Nicholson continue their investigation into the grisly death of a young man whose bloodied body was found on the side of a highway in 1995.
In 1957, a nine-year-old boy was on holiday on a remote farm near Gisborne when he vanished without a trace. Can Sensing Murder's psychics find answers in one of New Zealand's coldest cold-cases?
In 1957, nine-year-old Peter vanished on a Gisborne farm without a trace. Was the schoolboy murdered? Psychics Deb Webber and Sue Nicholson attempt to connect with his spirit to find answers.
Described as a brutal execution, a 46-year-old grandmother was found stabbed to death in her Napier home in 2008. Her family have come to Sensing Murder desperate for answers.
Final: Psychics Deb Webber and Sue Nicholson continue their investigation into the brutal death of a 46-year-old grandmother, who was found stabbed to death in her Napier home in 2008.