Thanatos is the Greek god of death, and a man bearing his name roams the streets of Vancouver in a mask. His mission is to help people, and guest host Phoebe Judge listens to what drives him to be a real-life superhero.
Greg Hampikian is a forensic DNA expert who works using DNA technology to free innocent individuals in prison. He says that new technology is allowing smaller amounts of DNA to be analyzed, which means that more cases can be reopened, but that can also cause problems as there is more room for human error.
When the U.S. closed embassies throughout the Middle East in response to an intercepted "message" about a planned attack, we wondered: What kind of message? How was it intercepted? And what’s "chatter?"
LaKeisha Hamilton landed in prison at age 22, facing almost 15 years. No one from her past kept in touch with her, and she began to realize she needed to look inside and find her own answers. That's when she was posed this question: "If there was something someone could have said or done that would have changed the path that led you here, what would it have been?” Also in this show, running with the bulls.
Shaun Hudson just got out of prison after serving nearly 16 years for crack offenses. He has now landed a job, gotten a driver's license and is learning to be a dad to a 16-year-old daughter he'd seen only once. Also in this episode: a cold call from Ralph Nader.