On Friday, the new episode of NBC's "Dateline" is set to delve into the 1992 murder of Lisa Ziegert. For decades, law enforcement attempted to find out who was behind the slaying of the 24-year-old Agawam, Massachusetts, resident. This weekend, host Andrea Canning will invite viewers to follow along as she unravels the truth in an all-new two-hour mystery.

In her youth, Lisa had loved music, which led to her becoming a drum major. "She just had a natural affinity for it, and she loved it," shared her mom, Dee Ziegert. This sentiment was echoed by her brother, David Ziegert, who said Lisa had done it purely for the enjoyment. He also shared that she had a relaxed nature when it came to playing various instruments, which David said seemed to make her a better musician.

Eventually, Lisa would go on to spend some time working as a teacher's aide at Agawam Middle School. There, says Dee, the students "related to her beautifully."

The preview of Friday's show can be seen below.

However, in 1992, Lisa disappeared while she was working at Brittany's Card & Gift Shoppe in Agawam. Around that same time, a woman's husband in a neighboring town gave her a small trinket as a gift. Due to her husband's fascination was the story of Lisa, paired with the fact that he said he had gotten the gift at the place where Lisa had once worked, she wondered if her sense of unease came from a stronger "connection."

On Friday, viewers will get to find out the story behind one woman's intuition and what truly happened to Lisa Ziegert.

This episode of "Dateline," which is titled "The Music Box," will air Friday at 9 p.m. EST on NBC.

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