‘Susan Powell An ID Murder Mystery’: Missing Wife’s ‘No Body Found’ Case Eyed On Investigation Discovery


Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery is a two-hour crime TV special that dives into the vanishing of suburban wife, Susan Powell, and the Josh Powell double murder-suicide case. Viewers will travel down a long winding road of obsession that leads to a shocking end. Investigation Discovery’s, Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery, looks at all angles of the criminal investigation by rewinding nine years, beginning with the day Susan Powell disappeared and navigating through a messy family life dotted with dysfunction and jealousy.

About Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery on Investigation Discovery

When Susan Powell, a 28-year-old wife, and mother, disappears without a trace from her West Valley City, Utah home, residents are baffled. The focus is on Susan’s husband, Josh, who tells the police he doesn’t know where his wife has gone. However, Josh behaves in a strange matter, leading detectives to suspect he knows more than he’s telling. The case takes a tragic turn after Susan Powell’s sons are murdered and her husband, Josh Powell, takes his own life.

Susan Powell’s harrowing story will be told through exclusive interviews. Appearing on the show are members of Susan Powell’s family, along with her close friends and business contacts. ID viewers will also hear from lead detective Ellis Maxwell, Gary Sanders, Pierce County detective; Anne Bremner, Cox family attorney; and other experts.


SUSAN POWELL: AN ID MURDER MYSTERY is produced by American Media, Inc. and Jupiter Entertainment. Allison Wallach, Tim McConville, David Pecker, and Dylan Howard are Executive Producers. For ID, Pamela Deutsch is senior executive producer, Sara Kozak is senior vice president of production, Kevin Bennett is general manager, and Henry Schleiff is Group President of Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, American Heroes Channel and Destination America.


Watch Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery on Wednesday, December 12 at 9/8 p.m. Central on Investigation Discovery.


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