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On Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons, “Murder and Mystery: Analysis by Dr. Phil," Dr. Phil explores the story of a child the world had forgotten. Her aunt and uncle claimed she was living with her grandmother -- but that woman didn’t exist. 

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    • 4.4, 44 Ratings

On Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons, “Murder and Mystery: Analysis by Dr. Phil," Dr. Phil explores the story of a child the world had forgotten. Her aunt and uncle claimed she was living with her grandmother -- but that woman didn’t exist. 

    S11E4: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    S11E4: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    Just when it seemed like the disappearance of Erica Parsons would become another cold case, there was a major break. Someone was about to tell detectives the truth about where Erica was -- and pay the price for what they had done.

    • 33 min
    S11E3: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    S11E3: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    EP3: Hear the shocking results of Erica’s adoptive parents’ polygraph tests. And, the truth is exposed about what life was like for Erica in the Parsons’ household – next “Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons,” ‘Mystery and Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil.’

    • 34 min
    S11E2: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    S11E2: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    More of Casey and Sandy’s shocking deeds come to light. And, a woman is about to come forward with an allegation of a stolen child. Will Erica Parsons ever be found? Next, Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons.

    • 32 min
    S11E1: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    S11E1: Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons

    On Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons, “Murder and Mystery: Analysis by Dr. Phil," Dr. Phil explores the story of a child the world had forgotten. Her aunt and uncle claimed she was living with her grandmother -- but that woman didn’t exist.

    • 34 min
    S10E4: Devious Doctor: The Life And Lies Of Dr. Martin Macneill

    S10E4: Devious Doctor: The Life And Lies Of Dr. Martin Macneill

    In the conclusion of the podcast series “Devious Dr.: The Life And Lies Of Dr. Martin Macneill,” Mystery And Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil examines events from the doctor’s trial.

    • 40 min
    S10E3: Devious Doctor: The Life and Lies of Dr. Martin MacNeill

    S10E3: Devious Doctor: The Life and Lies of Dr. Martin MacNeill

    In episode three, we're diving deeper into our analysis on Martin MacNeill. We're looking at Martin's manipulation tactics, fraudulent documents, and the trauma caused by his abandonment.

    • 40 min

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Rebecca Zahau

Listening to the evidence it sounds to me like it was a professional job given the crime scene was wiped down for DNA. A frantic killer surely wouldn’t have had the composure to do that when it was unknown when or if someone such as Jonah might come back to his house. Adam is an easy target as he was there but what motive did he have? On the 911 call he referred to his nephew Max as “the boy”, which illustrates a distance so it doesn’t appear like there was such a strong bond there that would have made him kill Rebecca.

The call to Rebecca from Jonah I think is significant he was ensuring he had an alibi for what I believe he knew was about to happen. I think a hit man was ordered to kill Rebecca and given that money was not a problem it makes complete sense.
Jonah seemed so sore his brother didn’t do it because I think he probably knew who did.
He didn’t get emotional speaking about Rebecca but was more matter of fact however he became very emotional speaking about Max. Once he realised there was no saving Max I believe he ordered the hit on Rebecca.

Were Jonah’s phone records examined in the lead up to the murder or was it just believed that he was a grieving father. A man who makes billions and has run a pharmaceutical company needs to be a decisive and unemotional person when making a business decision and I think that trait in his personality came through. He couldn’t control what happened to max so how could he “fix” the problem ...... well he can get rid of the problem..

Rebecca’s notes illustrate that she was unhappy and her running around to collect family members from the airport and bring things to Jonah at the hospital suggest she is trying to make him happy. I think Jonah was becoming fed up of Rebecca and was becoming increasingly unhappy which Rebecca knew and her notes also suggests a conversation took place about having a baby to which it seems he was not amenable to.

A driven and ambitious man like Jonah who cares about perception and being seen in a certain way probably doesn’t respect someone like his brother and his choice of a simple life and so it didn’t matter to him that Adam May have been a suspect. If Adam and Jonah were so close then Adam would have called his brother to see if he should come and stay but instead he called Rebecca. Would he really kill Rebecca knowing that he was the only one staying there and would he not have taken another sleeping tablet before anyone would call the police.

I think Adam was an easy target and his language and references were not considered, a killer or a guilt man wouldn’t speak so freely in fear he would incriminate himself.

The investigation should look closer at Jonah. Was he becoming increasingly annoyed that he was not just supporting Rebecca but was also supporting her family?
In the aftermath he didn’t help them out financially at all and was only too eager to cut the ties after Rebecca’s death.
I think all the answers rest with Jonah through his phone records in the lead up to Rebeccas death and his bank accounts.

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