This week, John Walsh and the America's Most Wanted crew traveled to the sunny U.S. Virgin Islands to investigate some brutal cases.
John Walsh talks with AMW's Avery Mann about his experience working with the locals, and about how tough it is to pull a show together in a remote location.
It can take months of advance preparation to get a show like this done, but all that hard work pays off when they arrive on location, and they hit the ground running.
"We're usually here for three or four days," John said. "We shoot sun-up to sundown or all night, whatever it takes. It's a horse race every week, and we get it done on Saturday night."
Avery asked about out the significance of the location, which as it turns out, is the site of a brutal, quadruple murder in a bar fight.
Also, this week's show features the case a murdered corrections officer from the Virgin Islands, who happens to be the brother of a former FBI agent, Wilfred Baptiste, Jr.
John had the opportunity to sit down and speak with the Baptiste family, who has been deeply affected by the crime.
"It's tough because they expect Wilfred Jr. to get them justice," he said. "People don't realize that when someone is victimized, the whole family suffers."