Empty Fire Extinguisher Found At Diane Zaleski’s Home
A white dust coated the crime scene at Diane Zaleski’s home, which authorities realized was from a fire extinguisher — because the culprit wanted to hide their fingerprints. Detectives found something else useful instead.
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Why Diane Zaleski’s Murder Was So Unusual
Robert Henderson, a former lead detective, explains why Diane Zaleski’s murder was so unusual for the area and why people rush to the “serial killer” theory when a woman is killed.
An Exclusive First Look At The Murder Case Of Diane Zeleski
A recently retired woman is found savagely murdered, and detectives must battle a lack of evidence and track down a long list of suspects to find a killer nobody saw coming.
Detectives Look At Diane Zaleski’s Life For Answers
Investigators say they questioned many, many people about Diane Zaleski, and no one had anything bad to say. She had “no secrets.” They were stumped.
Season 2, Episode 7