ID Presents: Nine at 9
Dimond is at the helm of six of the nine specials and can speak about the cases of Brittany Murphy, Heather Elvis, Faith Hedgepeth, Kyron Horman, Jeffery Epstein and Jennifer Dulos.
The special event begins with an exploration of the disturbed psyche of serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer, chillingly narrated from his police interview transcripts in Jeffrey Dahmer: Mind of a Monster on Monday, May 25 at 9pm. Throughout the nine-night event, ID will world premiere five intriguing new specials from its breakout hit series, An ID Mystery, including: the controversial cause of death of Hollywood starlet Brittany Murphy; the disappearance and probable murder of Heather Elvis; the unsolved murder of college student Faith Hedgepeth;the heartbreaking missing person case of 7-year-old Kyron Horman; and the complex mystery surrounding the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos. On Sunday, May 31 at 9 pm ET, ID will premiere the three-part expose, Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?, exploring the repugnant saga and questionable suicide surrounding the convicted sex trafficker. Then, the mystery and suspense programming event culminates with an explosive tell-all from the TV producer who was embedded with Joe Exotic from the beginning with The Truth About Joe Exotic: The Rick Kirkham Story, on Tuesday, June 2 at 9pm ET.
Diane Dimond is one of the few journalists to have mastered the art of her craft across several platforms – radio, television, books and internet publishing. Dimond began her journalism career as a radio newscaster and crime reporter for KOB Radio, before taking over as a news anchor on NPR’s All Things Considered. She then worked as a Capitol Hill correspondent for the RKO Radio Networks, a correspondent for WCBS-TV in New York and the Senior Investigative correspondent for the syndicated program Hard Copy, where Dimond built a reputation as a dogged investigative journalist, breaking the story about claims of child sex abuse against entertainer Michael Jackson. After anchor/reporter stints at CNBC and MSNBC Dimond moved to Court TV, where she again got the exclusive on another case of child molestation allegations against Jackson. She covered the subsequent criminal trial through Jackson’s acquittal in 2005. Dimond’s book, “Be Careful Who You Love: Inside the Michael Jackson Case” is seen as the definitive work on Jackson’s legal troubles. For more info, visit: