Valley of the Damned Premiered ‘The Second Shot’ on ID: Brian Hood Used Lover & Army Spouse Jennifer Reali As Murder Weapon (September 24, 2019)

When Dianne Hood is gunned down outside a community center in Prison Valley, no one can understand why anyone would want to murder the well-liked housewife. The answer involves betrayal, greed and obsession, in an infamous love-triangle murder plot. -The Second Shot, Valley of the Damned (S1,E4)

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Related Links:
The Second Shot | Valley of the Damned | Investigation Discovery (S1,E4)
The Second Shot | Valley of the Damned | Investigation Discovery (website)
The Second Shot | Valley of the Damned | Investigation Discovery (Amazon)
Army Spouse Jennifer Reali Shot & Killed Lover’s Wife; Sentenced to Life in Prison, Paroled in 2017 & Died of Cancer Three Months Later (September 12, 1990)
Deadly Women Premiered ‘Under His Control’ on Investigation Discovery: Brian Hood Used Lover Jennifer Reali to Kill Wife (October 19, 2010)
Facing Evil with Candice DeLong Premiered ‘Love Before Life’ on Investigation Discovery: Jennifer Reali Fatally Shot Lover’s Wife in Colorado (November 26, 2010)
Homicide Hunter Premiered ‘I Now Pronounce You Dead’ on ID: Jennifer Reali Killed Lover’s Wife Dianne Hood in Colorado Springs (October 2, 2012)
Deadly Women: 30 Military and Veteran Homicide Cases Featured on Investigation Discovery
Homicide Hunter: 15 Active Duty Military and Veteran Murder Cases Featured on Investigation Discovery
Violent Crime, Suicide, and Non Combat Death at Fort Carson, Colorado

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