Nothing is off limits when Forensic Files needs to tackle a crime of passion.
The victim was brutally murdered. Police learn her fiancé was having affairs with other women, and he becomes the prime suspect… until a man comes forward who not only believes he owns the murder weapon, he also knows who used it.
A teenager goes missing, and her body is discovered 17 days later at the bottom of an isolated ravine. Police find a shell casing, a filter torn from a cigarette and a muddy footprint on the victim’s shirt which they hope will lead to the killer.
The bodies of three women were found floating in Tampa Bay. The water washed away any evidence, but police hoped a handwritten note found in the victims’ car would lead to the killer – so they posted huge copies of the note on five highway billboards.
A young college student is found dead in her apartment. There are no obvious signs of foul play, but skin cells under her fingernails yield DNA of an unknown male suspect, and petechial hemorrhages in her eyes prove this is a homicide.
Four young adults are brutally murdered in an upscale neighborhood, and the crime scene yields little evidence. Descriptions of two people seen walking nearby are used to create composite drawings, which become a key element in solving the crime.
After the college co-ed vanished, the kidnapper called and said he’d soon tell them what he wanted for her return. He never called, and she was never seen again. Ten years later, tiny metal particles would implicate the man who’d been a suspect all alone.
A college student is reported missing, and police discover blood spatter in her boyfriend’s bedroom – blood spatter someone has gone to great lengths to conceal.
A serial rapist is on the loose in a Texas town. No one knows where he’ll strike next, but the audacity of his attacks and the escalation of violence against his victims make finding him imperative.