The truck fell off of the hydraulic jack, crushed the man working beneath it, and sparked a fire… or so it seemed. Investigators turned to forensic science to determine if they were dealing with a tragic accident or a carefully orchestrated murder.
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.
What looks like a casual meeting is actually an abduction, leading to murder. The MO is similar to a murder which occurred 5 months earlier. When investigators learn the crimes might not be random, they also realize a serial killer may be on the loose.
The victim was well liked and successful, which made the brutality of the crime hard to understand. She’d written a name on the wall, presumably that of the killer, in her own blood. But to catch the killer, police would have to read between the lines.
The victim was a self-made man who never minced words. Perhaps he was murdered by a disgruntled employee. Perhaps the racy photos in his safe held the clue to solving the crime. Or perhaps investigators could follow the money and find the killer.
A college co-ed simply vanishes, and her fellow students are concerned about her safety… and their own. Weeks later, when a body is discovered 700 miles away in the ashes of a barn fire, an alert police officer realizes the two crimes might be connected.
@dr3amgurl I've often thought of writing a book about the goofy things networks say and do to producers but no one would believe it.Trust me,Oct 19
There are 400 eps but I don't sked when they air.“@dr3amgurl: Really/ the episode of the bloody smile face Again? Get some new cases please!,Oct 19
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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.