Credits: Sean Kipe (Host, Writer, Writer, Host, Editor), Jason Hoch (Executive Producer, Producer, Story Editor) (edit)
The murder of 18-year-old Rhonda Sue Coleman in 1990 has been a thorn in the side of the small community of Hazlehurst, GA for over 30 years. No arrests, no answers, and no justice. The family, friends and townspeople have never let go of the hope of finally getting the answers they so desperately seek.
Fox Hunter is a 10-episode series with new episodes publishing Tuesday mornings.
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