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Forensic Files – Season 10 – Part 4/4 (2006)
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Forensic Files – Season 10 – Part 4/4 (2006)

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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 31: Garden of Evil

When a popular disc jockey was found murdered in a community garden, police swung into action. A sniffer dog and a blood spatter expert led police to the killer… and he’d been much closer than they realized.

Episode 32: Sunday School Ambush

When a woman’s husband was gunned down in his own garage by intruders, investigators worked tirelessly to find the assassins. But when they discovered that a wound sustained by the grieving widow during the attack may have been self-inflicted, they turned to science to help them unravel a twisted tale of lust, greed and deception.

Episode 33: Penchant for Poison

Three seemingly unrelated deaths proved to be serial murders. The killer had been careful – he used poison which had no taste or odour. Fortunately for investigators, it also had a unique chemical signature.

Episode 34: Bump in the Night

The crime scene was awash with blood. The victim had been brutally murdered as he slept in his own bed. There were no foreign fingerprints in his home, but investigators did find a shoe impression in the mud outside… physical evidence they hoped would lead them to the killer.

Episode 35: Sole Searching

While on the phone with 911, a woman is murdered in her bathroom, during a break in at her home. The investigation’s strongest evidence is a shoe print on a piece of glass.

Episode 36: Murder on the Menu

The owner of a historic restaurant killed. Investigators uncover tales of debt and deceit. But the case remains open, until one detective gets inspired by an earlier episode of “Forensic Files”, and looks for clues in an empty holster.

Episode 37: Hot on the Trail

A serial arsonist was on the loose in Washington, DC. Each of the fires was started with the same type of incendiary device. The perpetrator was very careful, and seemed to leave no evidence behind… but there were clues in the ashes and it was up to forensic scientists to find them.

Episode 38: High ‘n’ Dry

When a woman was found dead in her bathroom, the evidence pointed to suicide. But a coroner’s inquest and a unique application of forensic science gave investigators a different explanation for her death. It was a theory that, if true, could turn the grieving husband into the prime suspect.

Episode 39: To the Viktor

Three homicides on two continents looked like professional executions. Investigators on both sides of the Atlantic needed to find out if they were related and, if they were, who or what they had in common.

Episode 40: Wired for Disaster

A 29-year-old woman was killed instantly when a bomb exploded in her home. The device was so powerful that shrapnel was imbedded in houses across the street. The bomber had not only knowledge and skill, but also a motive for murder.

Episode 41: Wood-be Killer

A killer tried to destroy everything which could link them to the crime. But in doing so, they inadvertently created new forensic evidence – evidence which came to light using a technique never before used in a criminal investigation.

Episode 42: Enemy Within

A Kansas City attorney is beaten to death in his office and suspicion falls on his business partner.

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