A Body in the Bay • 2015 • episode "1/6" The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

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In 2001, a dismembered corpse is found floating in Galveston Bay, Texas.

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst • 2015 • 6 episodes •

A Body in the Bay

In 2001, a dismembered corpse is found floating in Galveston Bay, Texas.

2015 • People

Poor Little Rich Boy

Durst reveals details about his childhood including witnessing his mother's suicide.

2015 • People

The Gangsters Daughter

A tip leads a district attorney to re-open the investigation into the disappearance of Kathie Durst.

2015 • People

The State of Texas vs. Robert Durst

In 2003, Galveston, Texas, becomes a media circus as the press descends to cover Durst's trial.

2015 • People

Family Values

Family and friends of Kathie Durst continue to hunt for the truth about what happened to her.

2015 • People

"What the Hell Did I Do?"

Filmmakers spend nearly a decade investigating Robert Durst and his alleged crimes.

2015 • People

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