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Published: 9:38PM Monday September 24, 2012 Source: 20/20

Creepy Christchurch

What's going on in Christchurch? Has the earthquake stirred up paranormal activity in the Garden City?

Why has one family decided to move out of their home? Is it the stress of the last two years, the energy of the constantly shifting earth or is it more ghostly, spiritual?

Anton Heyrick and his team of paranormal investigators are searching for the answers. But as 20/20's Emma Keeling discovers, often they're left with more questions.

Stand Your Ground

A quiet, tree-lined road in Huffman, Texas, not far from Houston, is the scene of a neighborhood falling over the edge after one man's anger over a noisy karaoke birthday party explodes into mayhem and murder.

When the gun smoke clears, Kelly Danaher, a young husband, father and teacher, lies dead in the road and his neighbor from two homes down, Raul Rodriguez, is charged with murder.

But Rodriquez says he was justified under the Texas version of the 'stand your ground' law.

Caught On Camera

Prince Harry, snapped, Kristen Stewart, caught in the act. A picture is not only worth a thousand words, it can be worth many thousands of dollars.

20/20 talks to magazine editors, and celebrity photographers about what drives the business of busting cheating stars.

No Shame

Actress Emmy Rossum has no fear. She's currently playing a role equal to base jumping off a cliff - it takes guts.

Full nudity, sex scenes, controversial story lines and not a scrap of make-up. Not every actress would be brave enough to play Fiona Gallagher in TV show Shameless. But as Emma Keeling found out, Emmy loves those sex scenes for a very surprising reason.

The best of New Zealand and international current affairs - 20/20 - with reporters Emma Keeling, Hannah Ockelford, Erin Conroy and Sonya Wilson. Thursday, 9.30pm TV2.

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