Pam's college radio co-host from the late 80s / early 90s, Amy Newman Bonczek, describes the hair metal days of their friendship, as well as Pam and Gregg's relationship.
Linda Wojas, Pam Smart's mother, describes several instances of misconduct during the trial, as well as the effects of fighting it for so many years.
When the Pamela Smart case was still ongoing, several TV stations were scrambling to turn it into entertainment. Legendary TV film producer Stan Brooks talks about how such films and shows are made, and about the Pam Smart case ones in particular.
J. Albert Johnson, Pamela Smart's appeal lawyer, talks about the process of having to having to argue the appeal in front of the very same judge who presided over the original trial.
In this episode, Professor of Law Scott Sundby talks about the role of remorse in criminal trials.
Some more archival outtakes from the making of the film. This is from a New Hampshire local access TV show about crime, where the Pam Smart case is discussed.
Robin, who served time with Pam at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, describes how Pam helped her in her pursuits of finishing school from inside prison.
One of director Jeremiah Zagar's favorite subjects is memory, and in this outtake, Professor of Psychology Bill Hirst talks about how quickly memories can be altered.
Here's an example of some of the wilder reporting around the case back when it happened.