It appeared the victim had accidentally fallen and hit her head at the bottom of the stairs. But the odd position of her shoes and the absence of blood spatter led police to suspect the scene had been staged… and Luminol proved they were right.
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.
A surgeon is stabbed to death, and the most likely suspect is seen in a restaurant at the time of the murder. A cryptic conversation leads police to believe that, while the suspect may not have wielded the knife, he could have hired the man who did.
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 bullet-riddled car, a missing driver, and no witnesses. Was this an ambush or a random attack? Had the victim been abducted or was she dead? The answers lay in a unique clue, so tiny it was measured in millionths of a meter.
The convenience store safe was empty and the clerk, missing. Hours later, her bound, half-naked body was discovered in nearby woods. Almost two decades would pass before advances in forensic science gave police the proof they needed to convict a killer.
The woman in the back of the truck was flailing her arms, screaming. They thought she was doing something dangerous for the fun of it. But when they found a jacket near a pool of blood, they knew what they’d seen wasn’t a joy ride; it was an abduction.
Yes, when we do we use those who were involved in the cases“@AbbyCasarez0901: do you guys use forensic computer analysts for your cases ?”,Aug 16
Episode 369 'Runaway Love' strikingly similar to the Bali murder case of the mom allegedly killed by daughter and boyfriend.,Aug 15
The crew who shot all of the wonderful recreations for Forensic Files including a great director Mike Jordan. http://t.co/ngoztIhIg6,Aug 13
Wish I could recall the case “@kathrynsfunblog: I just saw the ep about Carla Hughes &Avis banks. Do you think keyon pitman was involved?,Aug 13
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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.