In March 2018, honoring them, as well as the victims of other unsolved Bardstown murders, and urging witnesses to come forward. As investigators look closer, other unsolved cases emerge. The network says the series will explore the circumstances of the case and move into the breakdown of unsolved homicides that have happened in the Kentucky community since the disappearance of Rogers. Series examining the disappearance of Crystal Rogers from her small Kentucky town and the mysterious death of her father a year later. I don't need an attorney.
Rogers' aunt disappeared in 1979. On July 5, police find Rogers' maroon Chevy Impala abandoned with a flat tire on the shoulder of the Bluegrass Parkway. The couple had one child together. . In May 2013, on his way home from work, and shot multiple times. Additionally, Crystal's father, Tommy Ballard, who was conducting his own 16-month investigation into his daughter's disappearance, was shot down and died, leaving a box of clues behind. Nearly a year later, in April 2014, 48-year-old teacher Kathy Netherland and her 16-year-old daughter, Samantha, were found dead inside their home.
Again, the motive and perpetrator have never been determined. On November 19, 2016, Crystal Rogers' 54-year-old father in the chest by an unknown person while waiting in a field for his grandson to go hunting. What begins as an exploration into the mysterious circumstances surrounding Crystal Rogers, a mother of five vanishing from the tiny town of Bardstown, Kentucky, quickly spirals into the dissection of multiple unsolved homicides haunting this idyllic, heartland community. Whitesides has never been charged or arrested in connection with Rogers' disappearance. The Oxygen team sent dozens of evidence samples to be tested. One unsolved homicide case in Nelson County includes the deadly shooting of Crystal Rogers' father Tommy Ballard in 2016.
Phil episode will air at 3 p. This is starting to get silly. She said she was overwhelmed with memories from the very beginning: when Rogers was first discovered to be missing, and her car found abandoned on the Bluegrass Parkway with all her belongings still inside. The 19-year-old was over seven months pregnant at the time of her disappearance, and until August 1983. There are other unsolved murders haunting Bardstown. Nick has never been charged or arrested in connection with Rogers' disappearance.
When the Houck brothers' grandmother Anna Whitesides was subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury in June of 2016, the then-82-year-old , refusing to testify for the fear she might incriminate herself. Oxygen is yet to announce the renewal of The Disappearance of Crystal Rogers for Season 2 as well as its cancelation. Inside were her purse, keys and cellphone. Presumed dead and the victim of foul play, it has been over two years and there have been no arrests made in Crystal's case. Sign up to track down the show's status and its release date. Presumed dead and the victim of foul play, it has been over two years and there have been no arrests made in Crystal's case. The show is currently in its 1st season.
Presumed dead and the victim of foul play, it has been over two years and there have been no arrests made in Crystal's case. I have to keep it out in the public. On the Bluegrass Parkway, the scene of a deadly ambush is explored. Before he was killed, he worked tirelessly conducting his own investigation on what happened to his daughter. Whitesides and her lawyer noted her age, 82, as the reason she wanted to stay out of the investigation. He is also seen making multiple phone calls to Houck while he is being questioned by police.
A year later, her father is shot dead while searching for her. Other members of the Houck family were caught up in the investigation. And also when Rogers' boyfriend, Brooks Houck was named the main suspect in her case and his brother, Nick Houck, was fired from the Bardstown Police Department for interfering with the investigation. Additionally, Crystal's father, Tommy Ballard, who was conducting his own 16-month investigation into his daughter's disappearance, was shot down and died, leaving a box of clues behind. Some residents believe the murders may be connected.
According to her boyfriend Brooks Houck, Crystal Rogers was last seen on the night of July 3, 2015. The Rogers and Ballard cases are unfortunately not the only unsolved cases to afflict the tightknit community of Bardstown, Kentucky. Follow Following What begins as an exploration into the mysterious circumstances surrounding Crystal Rogers, a mother of five vanishing from the tiny town of Bardstown, Kentucky, quickly spirals into the dissection of multiple unsolved homicides haunting this idyllic, heartland community. Kathy had been shot multiple times, while Samantha had been bludgeoned about the head, both women showing knife wounds to their necks. Nick verbally told Houck to leave the interview. Season 1, Episode 4 September 1, 2018 Season 1, Episode 4 September 1, 2018 The first anniversary of Tommy Ballard's killing approaching; Stephanie and Dwayne dive deeper into the unsolved cases after a new witness steps forward; and an unexpected new lead takes them in an unforeseen and intriguing direction. Crystal Rogers disappeared on July 3, 2015.
The motive and person behind his murder remain a mystery to this day. Nick was accused of that detectives planned to interview him and advised him not to speak with them. It is unveiled that there are multiple cases in the small town shrouded in secrets and haunted by unsolved killings. Brooks' friend was arrested for lying to police. Not unlike the mythic feud between the , which happened nearby, the search to find out what happened to Rogers soon led to acrimony between her family and the family of her boyfriend at the time.
Sherry said the crime profiler thought it was a red flag for both cases. Oxygen Media airs true crime programming full time. The first episode, which premiered on August 11, showed a lack of police investigation. Stephanie and Dwayne follow a search of a lake where cadaver dogs pick up a scent. Sherry and Tommy Ballard vowed never to stop looking for Rogers, and now Ballard is bravely carrying on that mission for her husband to find justice for him.