Monday Crime Stories: Gorgeous SC co-ed gets into wrong car, her dismembered body just found by turkey hunters

Samantha Josephson was just weeks away from graduating from University of South Carolina and heading to law school when she made a fatal mistake. The 21-year-old student stepped into a car she thought was her Uber ride after a night out with friends. Josephson was found dead in a rural field the next day.

Nancy Grace explores this murder case with forensics expert Karen Smith, South Carolina medical examiner Dr. Michelle Dupre –author of “Homicide Investigation Field Guide,” forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, North Carolina family and divorce lawyer Kathleen Murphy, and Crime Stories reporter Robyn Walensky — author of “Beautiful Life?: The CSI Behind the Casey Anthony Trial & My Observations.”

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SEE IT: Chilling video emerges of moment murdered college student Samantha Josephson got into killer’s car, thinking it was an Uber [Police]

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[Featured Photo: Samantha Josephson/Columbia Police Department]