Murder in Small Town X (2001– )

TV Series   |    |  Game-Show, Mystery, Reality-TV


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Murder in Small Town X is an unscripted drama series in which ten ordinary people compete to track down a fictional killer in a town filled with improvisational actors playing the suspects and witnesses.

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4 August 2005 | cantsleepclownswilleatme
Won't Be Back Ever :o(
This show was permanently scrapped as the 1st season winner Angel Juarbe was one of the firemen killed on Sept 11 when the towers fell. Out of respect to his memory, bravery, and courage, the show was scrapped. RIP Angel.

Angel Juarbe Jr. Firefighter Ladder 12 Laid to Rest on December 1, 2001

The following were taken from the NYFD's website:

Firefighter Juarbe, Jr. died on September 11, 2001, as a result of injuries sustained while operating at Manhattan Box 8087, transmitted at 0847 hours on September 11, 2001.

(09/11/03) NEW YORK CITY - The Juarbes family spent the day grieving for their beloved Angel who died on 9/11. On the second anniversary of the September 11th attacks, the Juarbe family attended the ceremony at Ground Zero to honor Angel Juarbe. Angel was a firefighter for Ladder 12 in Chelsea. He responded the day the World Trade Center was attacked, but he never returned home.

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Genres

Game-Show | Mystery | Reality-TV

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Release Date:

2001

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Eastport, Maine, USA

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