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Murder in Small Town X
‘Murder in Small Town X’ Winner and September 11 Hero Angel Juarbe to Have Street Named After Him, by Susan Schechter & David Bloomberg: Even if you didn't know somebody who was killed in the September 11 attacks, if you watched reality TV -- Murder in Small Town X in particular -- you may have felt like you lost somebody you knew. The show's winner, Angel Juarbe, was killed while performing his firefighter duties. Now his name is one of 81 that will be placed on New York streets to honor the heroes of that day.
Murder in Small Town X Host Reflects on Angel Juarbe and the Game Itself, by Richard Hoeg: In this exclusive interview, Murder in Small Town X host Gary Fredo reflects on winner Angel Juarbe, who was killed in the World Trade Center attacks, and also discusses inside information about the show.
Angel Juarbe’s Body Found, by Richard Hoeg: Angel Juarbe, Jr., the winner of Murder in Small Town X and, more importantly, a heroic firefighter who died in the attacks of September 11, has finally been found.
Angel’s Heroism, by Richard Hoeg: As we have already heard, Angel, the winner of Murder in Small Town X, was among the firefighters that went into the World Trade Center but have not come out. He is still officially listed as missing, but new details have come out about his acts of heroism in those final moments before the building collapsed.
Murder in Small Town X Winner Missing in World Trade Center, by Richard Hoeg: Murder in Small Town X winner Angel is a Manhattan firefighter who was amongst the first to respond to the World Trade Center attack. Now he is among the missing heroes of that day.
Murder in Small Town X: A Fair Ending?, by Jeffrey Clinard: Murder in Small Town X is over, but was the ending fair? Did the evidence really point to William Lambert? Or was Frank Kovick really the more likely suspect?
Murder in Small Town X: Finale, Part 2, by Richard Hoeg: The mystery is solved, the killer unmasked, and the winner revealed. But was it a fair game? Was it better to be a good investigator, or to be lucky?
Murder in Small Town X: Finale, Part 1, by Richard Hoeg: Murder in Small Town X went out with a bang in a two-part finale. Part 1 looks at the first episode of the night, the elimination of another suspect, the murder of another victim, and the removal of another investigator. And Jeff and Angel make their true feelings for each known.
Murder in Small Town X: Final Suspect Analysis, by Jeffrey Clinard: Let's take a final look at the now-shortened list of suspects and how the clues link them to the murders before the two-hour finale on Tuesday.
Murder in Small Town X: Frank Duchamps?, by Lucian Carter: The evidence continues to point to Frank Kovick as the Sunrise Killer. Or should we say, Frank Duchamps?
Murder in Small Town X: The Art of Misdirection, by Jeffrey Clinard: Is the killer using the art of misdirection to frame another suspect? Is Lambert the killer or the target?
Murder in Small Town X, Episode 6: Bombs, Cults, & Conspiracies, by Richard Hoeg: Thibodeaux is dead. A cult is indoctrinating. A boat is blowing up. A car is flipping over. All in all, things are really heating up on Murder in Small Town X!
Murder in Small Town X: Putting It All Together, by Lucian Carter: It may seem that the clues and evidence so far haven't told us a whole lot. But it's amazing what you can piece together if you really look at it. The solution to Murder in Small Town X may be close at hand.
Murder in Small Town X: Making a Case, by Jeffrey Clinard: Five suspects have been cleared, but ten remain. Let's take a look at how the evidence and motives stack up against each of them.
Murder in Small Town X: Credit Where Credit Is Due, by Jeffrey Clinard: The team actually accomplished some decent investigation, resulting in identification of the murder weapon, links for some of the clues, etc. Kristen also beat the odds to come back with another piece of the Burnt Man tape (photo at right).
Murder in Small Town X, Episode 5: Bang, Bang, You’re Dead , by Richard Hoeg: The group finally figures out what the murder weapon was, and gets some more information about the roving reporter. It's still not coming together, but can Kristen make it through yet another trip to find the killer clue?
Murder in Small Town X: Tale of the Tape , by Jeffrey Clinard: Episode 4 provided us with some interesting new clues, the most important of which was the answering machine tape of Leita's murder. But is the tape what it appears to be? Are the investigators assuming too much? Is Reverend Crandall hiding something? What other information have we learned?
Murder in Small Town X, Episode 4: Another Death, Another Two-Dollars, by Richard Hoeg: The murderer has not stopped with merely killing the Flints and one investigator per week. He begins this episode by getting rid of Leita Rose-Blodgett, which thickens the plot significantly. But our intrepid teams may be more interested in stuffing two-dollar bills into Mary-Elizabeth's short shorts.
Murder in Small Town X: More Clues, More Questions, Fewer Answers, by Jeffrey Clinard: Some more clues have popped up this week, as well as more questions. Unfortunately, there aren't any more answers. What have we learned from the most recent batch of evidence?
Murder in Small Town X: Episode 3: Follow that Car!, by Richard Hoeg: Abby’s missing car has turned up, but who is driving it? Following the main suspect leads to long stakeouts and the revelation of a bizarre sexual encounter. We also meet the mayor and the reporter, two more suspects to add to the list of those who still might have killed the Flints.
Murder in Small Town X: Opportunities Taken, Opportunities Lost, by Jeffrey Clinard: The investigators have followed up on some leads, but have missed opportunities in several other cases. Even though they may not be officially "cleared," there are several suspects who could be put on the back burner, yet the team doesn't seem to be doing that yet. Why not?
Murder in Small Town X: Opening Gambits, by Jeffrey Clinard: We've already seen some interesting player strategies and storylines in the first two episodes of Murder in Small Town X. What do we know so far? Who can we pretty well exclude as a suspect? And where do we go from here?
Murder in Small Town X, Episode 2: Rule of the Alien Queen, by Richard Hoeg: The Alien Queen, er, Kristen, is the second Lifeguard. I wonder who she plans to target. With her it's beyond just trying to get rid of Andy -- she's downright nasty to him and pretty much everybody else. But there is still a mystery to be solved and a bloody freezer to be investigated.
Murder in Small Town X, Episode 1: The Game is Afoot!, by Richard Hoeg: Murder, Mayhem, and a small town in Maine. An early draft of Stephen King's new suspense novel? Nope, it's Fox's new reality/mystery show: Murder in Small Town X. While we didn't learn much about anybody's personality in the first episode, we did find out about the murder, the suspects, the clues, and the rules.
Murder in Small Town X: Overview & Strategy, by Jeffrey Clinard: As the new Fox show, Murder in Small Town X, kicks into gear, this novel take on the reality show concept draws from the likes of Survivor and murder mysteries. Will strategies from other reality shows cut it here?
Ten Contestants Will Vie to Solve a Murder in Small Town X, by Sabrina Preville: Fox's new reality/mystery show, Murder in Small Town X, begins Tuesday. If you want to know what's going on from the outset, take a look at this overview. But be careful; you never know who might be watching you.
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