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Forensic Files – Season 10 – Part 2/4 (2005)
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Forensic Files – Season 10 – Part 2/4 (2005)

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Forensic Files is an American documentary-style series that reveals how forensic science is used to solve violent crimes, mysterious accidents, and even outbreaks of illness. The show was originally broadcast on TLC, narrated by Peter Thomas, and produced by Medstar Television, in association with truTV Original Productions. It broadcast 400 episodes since its debut on TLC in 1996 as Medical Detectives. Reruns shown on HLN were initially retitled Mystery Detectives before settling with the main title of the show in 2014.

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Episode 11: Strong Impressions

The wife of an Air Force officer was found dead in her bed, with a plastic laundry bag near her face. At first glance, it appeared she’d been doing laundry, fell asleep, rolled onto the bag, and suffocated. But further investigation proved that the scene had been staged. Her death wasn’t an accident; it was cold-blooded murder.

Episode 12: Cereal Killer

When a fire destroyed most of a home and a young boy went missing, police organized the largest search in the history of their small town. First the boy’s backpack was discovered five miles from home, and then his body was found 50 miles away. But the killer had been careless, and the evidence he left behind would lead police directly to him.

Episode 13: Crash Course

A highway patrolman was dispatched to what he thought would be a routine traffic accident. While he had no formal training in forensic science, he had seen hundreds of accidents, but none had had as much blood as this. He was shocked by the coroner’s ruling of accidental death. Then, an anonymous phone call breathed new life into his investigation.

Episode 14: A Leg Up on Crime

The decomposed body of a young woman was discovered in a Bakersfield irrigation canal. If there was trace evidence, it had been washed away. Another victim was found in that same canal a year later; this time, the perpetrator had been careless. The shoe prints found at the scene would lead police to the most unlikely of killers.

Episode 15: Tight-fitting Genes

By reconstructing DNA, molecular biologists help Baton Rouge police catch a serial killer.

Episode 16: Deadly Valentine

An obstetrician returned home from the hospital and found his wife on the floor of the bathroom. She was covered with blood and not breathing. He tried unsuccessfully to revive her, staining his clothes with her blood in the process, and then he called 911. His version of events was not supported by the blood spatter evidence, and investigators had to determine why.

Episode 17: Picture This

Weed analysis and photogrammetry are used to help solve the 1995 murder of a California teenager who was found dead after disappearing from her home.

Episode 18: Oily in the Morning

When police recovered the submerged car of a man reported missing, they expected to find his body – but it wasn’t there. His broken eyeglasses were on the floor of the vehicle and the interior was coated with motor oil. The investigation which followed would uncover an obsession turned deadly, and the motive for murder.

Episode 19: Gold Rush

Emergency dispatch received a call from a man saying his girlfriend shot and killed herself. Police found the victim in the caller’s house, lying in a pool of blood with the gun next to her on the floor. The autopsy revealed the gunshot wound was not self-inflicted, and the evidence found on her body gave police a golden opportunity to catch her killer.

Episode 20: Four on the Floor

‘Four on the Floor’ dealt with New Mexico law enforcement’s successful effort to find and convict the killer of Betty Lee, a Navajo mother of five who was found brutally slain in a remote area near Farmington, N.M.. Once the police investigation led to Robert Fry, currently a death row inmate in New Mexico, it was learned that Fry might also be connected to other violent crimes in the area.

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