What is Who Killed Robert Wone on Peacock about?

WHO KILLED ROBERT WONE? -- "TBD" Episode 101 -- Pictured: Robert Wone -- (Photo by: Peacock)
WHO KILLED ROBERT WONE? -- "TBD" Episode 101 -- Pictured: Robert Wone -- (Photo by: Peacock) /
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Many of the true-crime documentaries that are produced and broadcast to us viewers usually feature a story that has been solved. Unfortunately, that is not the case in Who Killed Robert Wone on Peacock. The two-part docuseries is now streaming.

Robert Wone was a 32-year-old lawyer who was murdered in August 2006 while he was staying at his college friend Joe Price’s home in Washington D.C. The production was directed and executive produced by Jared P. Scott, with Eric Wetherington, Patrick Reardon, and Paul Epstein also serving as EPs.

So what can you expect to see in the doc? What happened that evening? We’ve got the answer for you below.

What is Who Killed Robert Wone on Peacock about?

Who Killed Robert Wone takes us to the night of Aug. 2, 2006. The attorney was staying at his friend’s home in Washington D.C., who he shared with Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward. Zaborsky called police and reported that Wone had been stabbed in the guest room, per the synopsis. But when help arrived, he was already dead.

Unfortunately, the mysterious murder has not been solved to this day as police believe the crime scene had been tampered with because when they arrived, there was almost no blood and no sign of forced entry or burglary. Authorities believe the three men know more than what they told police, but there’s been no concrete evidence pointing to who really committed the murder to this day. However at one point, prosecutors did bring up charges against the trio, but not for murder, according to the synopsis. As said in the trailer below, the case has raises more questions than answers.

Will you be watching the documentary? What do you think about this story? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Both parts of Who Killed Robert Wone are now streaming on Peacock.

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