Check Out The New “Deadly Women: Quick Hits” On ID GO!

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Time is at a premium over the holidays; we know you may not have the time you usually do for binge-watching. That’s OK, we still have you covered. The new Deadly Women: Quick Hits episodes bring you the same gripping drama and the shocking resolutions as the full-length series — and, yes, the biting insight of host Candice DeLong — but in easily consumable, quickie bursts. Watch the first five episodes now!

1. Match Made in Hell

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

A spirited young escort and her new husband target her client list to carry out dark & devious plans. But for Miranda Dean, could one thrill kill ever be enough? Watch now!

2. Deadly Doctor

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

A charismatic doctor falls for a colleague 13 years her junior and imposes relentless control over the relationship. See how it turns out!

3. DIY Murder

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

A jealous girlfriend who can’t stand to share her man with his friends takes her outdoorsy interests to strange and heinous new levels. Watch the episode here!

4. Charity Is for Chumps

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

A religious couple in Memphis, Tennessee, the Owens, careens toward disaster as their toxic secrets spill out of the closet. See what they are here!

5. Deadly Dance

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

screenshot from episode [Investigation Discovery]

A professional salsa instructor seems to be the dream woman of one of her students — but she’s just looking for a payday. And what’s with the mysterious death of her first husband? Find out here!

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  • Linda May Hammond

    The Ultimate “deadly woman.” In Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada on Remembrance Day (November 11th) a 34 year old Pediatrics Doctor, Dr. Isabelitta B. Joven, was murdered our of jealously by another woman, in her home at around 3:00 a.m. in the morning. After the murder the house was lit on fire but the fire was put out before it could hide the horrible murder. Dr. Joven was stabbed over 126 times and her head was beaten in with a metal object. The only accused in the case, a wealthy woman who was alleged to have murder Dr. Joven in a fit of jealousy over a male doctor she was having an affair with was arrest. She was 34 year old Laura Anne Schepens. Although there was plenty of evidence, Schepens was later found “not guilty.” No other accused has ever been arrested in the case. Schepens admitted to driving around by the Joven house at the time of the fire, seeing smoke and deciding to go in and see if she could help anyone She claims to have seen smoke coming down the stairs from the upper floor, but finds Dr. Jovens’ brutalized body laying face down in a pool of blood in the doorway to the livingroom on the white carpet. She claims to have picked up a metal bar laying beside the body, then laid it down again. She goes upstairs and washes her hands. She also went into the kitchen and wiped blood off her shoes with a small brown towel which she had taken from the bathroom. She goes out of the house, then decided to come back in and take the metal bar with her for evidence for the police, but she does not call the police, goes home, buries the metal bar near her house along with the bloodied towel and her own blood-soaked leather gloves. She later contacts police and is arrested. There were 11 pieces of evidence in exhibit at the trial, including the black pants and blue jacket which Schepens and her husband had taken in to be dry cleaned saying that the stains were “chocolate milkshake” which the cleaner was not able to remove. At testimony Joven’s male doctor co-worker, Dr. G.D. Shapero took the stand and attested to the fact that he and Schepens were having an affair up til the time Dr. Joven was hired by him. He then became involved with Dr. Joven and had tried to break it off with Schepens. He said that Schepens had attended at his home when Dr. Joven was with him and Schepens appeared at his door with bake goods for him, but he, embarassed, quickly “got rid of Schepens.” Shortly thereafter, there were called to both Dr. Shapero’s and Dr. Jovens answering service from Schepens wanted both to contact her. They ignored the calls. Within a few days, Dr. Joven was murdered. During the murder it was estimated that to inflict 126 stab wounds on the victim could have taken 4 minutes or more. Also of interest is the autopsy report by Dr. Valerio who claimed that the body of Dr. Joven has been turned over at least once to continue to stab, both from and back of the victim, some wounds were post mortemly, while the perpetrator had to be leaning over the victim, on their knees continuing to stab. Also of note, the victim sustained 10 deep scalp wounds from the hairline going toward the back of the head and had to have been alive at the time this was being done as she had placed her hands over her head to ward of the vicious attack but then was struck with such force 3 times with a metal bar that the finger of her hands still over her head were broken. The 3 inch contusion to the head resulted in brain matter exiting the head and spilling out the back of the head onto the victim’s blue housecoat.

    This is possibly the most viscious murder in Canadian Criminal Law. No justice was ever given to the victim, her family, Dr. Shapero or his family and the case ruined Dr. Shapero for line. He ended up working at a walk-in clinic as a physician and had to give up his practice of over 20 years in Moose Jaw. The accused, Laura Anne Schepens now lives in the next city 40 miles away, and still claims to be innocent. The police do not believe for a minute that she is, but claim the “dropped the ball on this one,” and she got away with murder.! Please do a segment on this case! To this day, this case haunts Moose Jaw. The year justice died……