Cleveland, GA – The third season of the popular docuseries “Wild Crime” is set to explore the mysterious disappearance and murder of experienced hiker Meredith Emerson, who vanished without a trace on Blood Mountain in Georgia back in January 2008. The four-part series, titled “Wild Crime: Blood Mountain,” aims to shed light on the case and the investigation that followed.
The upcoming season will delve into the identification of Gary Michael Hilton as a person of interest in Emerson’s disappearance. It will also examine how Hilton became a top suspect in the similar disappearances of retirees John and Irene Bryant in North Carolina, and Sunday school teacher Cheryl Dunlap in Florida. Hilton’s chilling confession ultimately led to a major breakthrough in Emerson’s case.
The new season, set to premiere on Hulu on Nov. 30, promises to provide viewers with a unique perspective on the investigation through the eyes of the real-time working investigators. It also includes footage of Hilton’s confession and interviews with individuals close to the victims.
“Wild Crime” is a captivating series chronicling notable crimes committed in America’s wilderness, along with the elite detectives who investigate them. The show is produced by ABC News Studios and Lone Wolf Media, executive produced by Rushmore DeNooyer, Beth Hoppe, and director Lisa Q. Wolfinger. David Sloan serves as the senior executive producer for ABC News Studios.
With seasons 1 and 2 currently available for streaming on Hulu, the anticipation is high for the release of the third season. Be sure to catch the full trailer for Season 3 to get a glimpse of what is to come.