Back in 2010, a homicide and kidnapping case in Prague made local headlines, as did formal charges and the sentencing of the suspect in 2013.

Back in 2010, a homicide and kidnapping case in Prague made local headlines, as did formal charges and the sentencing of the suspect in 2013.

Now, seven years later, that case will be profiled at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24 on a national television show, “Dead Silent,” which airs on true-crime network Investigation Discovery.

The case involves the murder of Ethan Walton and the kidnapping of his girlfriend.

The show will profile the story and the woman's escape, and will include interviews with her, as well as Ethan's mother and local law enforcement, including Pottawatomie County Undersheriff Travis Palmer and District Attorney Richard Smothermon.

For the crimes in this case, suspect Glendon Gouker , now 46, was sentenced in 2013 to serve life in prison without parole plus 70 years.

He was charged with attacking and killing Walton and putting his body in a 55-gallon barrel.

Gouker also was charged with numerous counts for luring Walton’s girlfriend into an outbuilding and then holding her against her will before she could escape by jumping through a window, naked, to seek help at a nearby home.

The incidents occurred at Gouker’s home in rural Prague on Sept. 8, 2010, where Walton and his girlfriend had gone to talk to Gouker about the sale of some land.

To check local listings for the show, visit http://investigationdiscovery.com/channel-finder/