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.
Threatening emails, a missing person and an abandoned truck lead police to a home where they believe a murder was committed. The evidence is overwhelming and investigators are sure they have the killer. What they don’t have is the body of the victim.
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 he got inside, the assailant used an ax to kill the husband and critically injure his wife. Nothing was taken; this wasn’t a robbery. DNA from skin cells collected hundreds of miles away would reveal the killer’s identity and his motive for murder.
When a real estate developer is shot to death, his wife becomes the prime suspect. Police have a wealth of evidence against her, but it’s circumstantial. The case will turn on a .25 caliber bullet fired 20 years ago from the now-missing murder weapon.
The killer was meticulous, washing everything at the scene, including the victim’s body. The only definitive evidence was a single hair. Three years later he struck again and, this time, what he left behind would prove he committed both crimes.
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.
And I'd be your new best friend but probably die of exhaustion! Thank you so much for your kind words,means a lot. https://t.co/VHHQVUbFoU,Apr 18
My fav network execs? Easy. Henry Schleiff & Ed Hersh who were both at Court TV later Discovery ID. John Ford at TLC was great too.,Apr 17
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