Twenty-four hours after her face-to-face meeting with a man she met online, the woman and her soon-to-be ex-husband were shot to death. Only the computer had been taken from her home, and with it, the means to identify the killer.
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.
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.
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.
Even though the victim was burned beyond recognition, police were able to create a composite sketch from his remains and identify him. But knowing who he was isn’t enough. Investigators still had to determine where he was killed and who wanted him dead.
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.
Doctors don’t know why the young scientist is gravely ill. When tests finally reveal the cause, it’s too late to save him. Police hope that lab analysis of his hair, showing when attempts were made on his life and what was used, will lead to the killer.
The woman hadn’t shown up for work in two days, and her boss reported her missing. When her body was found, the evidence pointed to suspects who claimed they had nothing to do with the crime. The victim, herself, would help police prove they were lying.
Thank you for your loyalty! Not everyone realizes there are that many episodes. ;) “@gencuesta: @forensicfiles maybe about 399?”,Jul 23
You've seen ALL 400?? “@gencuesta: no it was meant as a compliment! I do wish there were more episodes, though. I have watched most 😬”,Jul 23
Am I losing my touch?@gencuesta:Is it sad I can have @forensicfiles on in the background & doesn’t phase me No matter how scary or intense,Jul 23
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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.