When a nine-year-old girl goes missing, police and volunteers spend weeks searching for her. A psychic’s vision leads to a field where her body is discovered, along with what investigators hope is enough evidence to also find her killer.
A woman goes missing in the midst of a contentious divorce. Friends believe her estranged husband is responsible, while he maintains she simply left without telling anyone. But his words and actions indicate he knows she’s never coming back.
Two women who lived in the same apartment complex were brutally murdered. The similarities of the crime scenes led police to believe they were dealing with a serial killer who hated women, and they had to find him before he struck again.
Two suspects living together were linked to a murder by bloodstained boots and a gun – items that belonged to the one who claimed he’d never met the victim. Police hoped the manufacturing code on beer bottles would prove who was telling the truth.
The young husband is hailed as a hero when he rescues his wife and son from their burning home. A month later, his wife is beaten to death. A cut window screen points to an intruder, but the lack of evidence compels police to look beyond the obvious.
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.
I felt a bit sorry for Travolta mispronouncing Ms. Menzel's name on Oscars. I've made my share of mistakes on live TV. It's not easy.,Mar 06
@MattLeppala Forensic Files broadcast its first episode in 1996, a decade before Discovery ID started. Only reruns are airing currently.,Mar 05
@VinniePolitan Does he REALLY think he can pull an OJ and get away with this given the evidence and his preposterous story?,Mar 04
I absolutely agree! Me 2 “@NolteNC: I can run 4 miles, outwork men half my age, put in a 100 hour work week... Traveling just WIPES ME OUT.”,Mar 04
Peter Thomas is the best, I agree“@MattLeppala: The narrators voice of @forensicfiles makes it better than any other late night crime show.”,Mar 04
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Forensic Files® is a pioneer in the field of fact-based, high-tech, dramatic storytelling. This series of television programs delves into the world of forensic science, profiling intriguing crimes, accidents and outbreaks of disease from around the world.