The Case of the Unidentified Torso: A dismembered torso is identified through its pelvic bones as the missing Joyce Klindt, who was murdered by her husband, James.
Maggots In Evidence: A bathtub filled with filthy water, a skeleton, and maggots leads examiners to analyze the maggots to determine suicide by barbiturate overdose.
The Good Doctor: The investigation of Dr. John Cavaness, who murdered two of his four sons.
The Jellyfish Case: An unidentified body that washes ashore in a plastic bag is identified as murder victim Keeran Carter, who was identified through the serial numbers on her breast implants.
The Angel of Death: The exhumation of several bodies convicts “angel of death” serial killer Donald Harvey, a nurse’s aide at Drake Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Ron Settles Case: Ron Settles, a star college football running back, is arrested and declared an apparent suicide by hanging. Dr. Baden proves his death was a result of a police choke hold.
A Mother’s Instinct: The death of 4-year old Dennis Jurgens, whose biological mother, Jerry Sherwood, learns of her son’s death years after she gave him up for adoption. Lois Jurgens was later convicted of the murder of her adopted son.
The Fun House Dummy: A fun house dummy is found to be the mummified corpse of a Wild West outlaw named Elmer McCurdy, who was shot to death in 1911.
Forensic reconstruction of King Tut’s face.