A woman attends evening church services… then disappears. Eyewitnesses see her getting into a van, but their descriptions of the vehicle don’t match. Three days later her body is discovered, and the search for the driver of that van intensifies.
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.
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.
The investigation of an exotic dancer’s disappearance leads to an isolated site where someone has been shot and cremated. Soft tissue attached to a piece of a foot yields enough DNA for a genetic profile, and positive identification of the victim.
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.
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_Preditor If we wrote a book about the arguments we used to have with the network, no one would believe it.,Sep 26
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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.