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Evil casts a shadow. That shadow spreads outward for years, even decades, after a crime. It consumes everyone in its path, pulling them into darkness. Can they find the light? Evil Lives Here: Shadows of Death explores the endless reach of evil, a reach that extends long after the act of evil itself. This original series highlights the struggle to survive as innocent people find themselves caught in the wake of death and evil.
In 2003 in Burlington, North Carolina, pregnant April Greer vanishes. Her boyfriend says she left him, and her family is worried sick. No one knows that the unbearable truth about what really happened to April is the stuff of nightmares.
JT Armstead has feared his mom, Lovetta Armstead's husband Gary Green ever since she first brought him home. There is never any love with him - only the need to dominate Lovetta and her three children. JT watches and endures the violence against them for a year as it escalates, until one day, Gary Green commits unspeakable acts from which no one will recover.
For two years, in Dallas, Texas, surgical patients fall victim to Christopher Duntsch, a monster with a scalpel and a medical degree. Dallas Assistant District Attorney Michelle Shughart isn't sure what to think when she is first approached with the case. Is this medical malpractice? Or an evil man with a scalpel? As she dives into the case, she is shocked to learn the volume of Duntsch's patients with bad outcomes. She quickly realizes this is much more than a doctor having a bad day.
In 2011, Mother's Day looks a little different this year for high school freshman Tony Gana. His mother, Annamaria Gana, is battling stage 2 breast cancer. She says she's fine, but Tony can tell the medicine and the chemo is taking its toll. Officer Todd Hylton is called to the scene of an alleged shooting. Just moments earlier, the caller told dispatch that his mom shot him.
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