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.
Whoever stabbed the young mother to death had also savagely beaten her four-year-old daughter. Police had a suspect, but not enough evidence to tie him to the crimes. It would take 15 years and advances in DNA technology to bring the killer to justice.
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 victim had been stabbed more than a hundred times; her bedroom was blood-soaked. While her body was positioned in a suggestive way, she hadn’t been sexually assaulted. Was this a sex crime, or the random act of a man with an intense hatred of women?
A funeral director is murdered and his son, the sole beneficiary of his estate, is considered a likely suspect… until witnesses provide him with an ironclad alibi. When police find a mask near the crime scene, they hope it will lead to the killer.
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.
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.
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.
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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