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After midnight on July 6th, 2012, three teenage girls walked into the thick Appalachian woods somewhere along the Mason-Dixon county line. Hours later, under the glow of a nearly full moon, only two walked out.

The very last time Dave and Mary Neese saw their only child Skylar was in a grainy black-and-white video. In it, she's sneaking out of her ground-floor bedroom in the middle of the night, her purse over her shoulder, her brown hair swinging as she hurries across the small parking lot to a waiting car.

What happened to Skylar Neese has become gothic American lore: the odd girl out in a vicious teenage triangle. But in the ten years since that fateful night beneath the West Virginia stars, a fuller portrait of what happened has emerged. From award-winning journalists Justine Harman and Holly Millea comes a gripping 10-part series featuring Skylar's family, closest friends, and law enforcement who lived the case—and are still living it.

Introducing: Inconceivable Truth

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Investigative reporter Matt Katz has been searching for his biological father since he was a little kid. But it wasn't until his 40s that he realized he was on the wrong journey altogether. The true story is wrapped in confusion and secrecy, and in the end it upended the truth about who he is – raising questions about identity, fatherhood, medical ethics and what family really means. But will finding answers make him whole, or just make things even more complicated? Inconceivable Truth is an 8-episode series with new episodes publishing Thursday mornings.

Bonus | Girls Who Kill: On Psychopaths and Teens

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Justine and Holly ask an FBI profiler and a clinical psychologist their burning questions about Shelia and Rachel and the pathologies of juveniles who murder.

Forever 16 | Chapter 9

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Morgantown attempts to heal. What, if anything, can be learned from the senseless murder of Skylar Neese?

"Why? Why? Why?" | Chapter 8

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Rachel and Shelia adjust to life behind bars. Ten years after her sentencing, Rachel comes up for parole. Will one of Skylar's killers go free?

Sweat, Blood, Tears, and All | Chapter 7

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Shelia and Rachel finally appear in court; Holly flies down to Morgantown to cover the proceedings.

Silent Snow, Secret Snow | Chapter 6

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As prosecutors build their case from Rachel's shocking confession, Shelia keeps up with her social calendar. Dave and Mary finally get some answers.

"They Know" | Chapter 5

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A last ditch effort to extract information from Shelia goes awry; Rachel returns to the scene of the crime.

Hunger Games | Chapter 4

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It's a bleak Christmas for the Neeses, who go to extreme lengths to find their daughter. An examination of the past reveals warning signs.

Dear Diary | Chapter 3

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As law enforcement circle Shelia and Rachel, a group of digital vigilantes begin to kick up dust. Officers learn more about the girls from their private journals.

The Day After | Chapter 2

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July 6, 2012, the first day without Skylar, was complicated. After a strange summer, Shelia and Rachel return to University High School for their junior year.

Skylar Is Missing | Chapter 1

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Star City, West Virginia. Sixteen-year-old Skylar Neese disappears into the night, just after the July 4th holiday, 2012.

Trailer: Three

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After midnight on July 6th, 2012, three teenage girls walked into the thick Appalachian woods somewhere along the Mason-Dixon county line. Hours later, under the glow of a nearly full moon, only two walked out. The very last time Dave and Mary Neese saw their only child Skylar was in a grainy black-and-white video. In it, she's sneaking out of her ground-floor bedroom in the middle of the night, her purse over her shoulder, her brown hair swinging as she hurries across the small parking lot to a waiting car. What happened to Skylar Neese has become gothic American lore: the odd girl out in a vicious teenage triangle. But in the ten years since that fateful night beneath the West Virginia stars, a fuller portrait of what happened has emerged. From award-winning journalists Justine Harman and Holly Millea comes a gripping 10-part series featuring Skylar's family, closest friends, and law enforcement who lived the case— and are still living it.