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Forensic Files – Season 10 – Part 1/4 (2005)
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Forensic Files – Season 10 – Part 1/4 (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 1: Trial by Fire

A house erupted in flames on a cold January night, killing one person and injuring another. The survivor blamed a kerosene heater; the evidence at the scene did not support her story, and she was charged with arson and murder. It would take a nationally known fire investigator to determine what happened, and who was responsible.

Episode 2: Marked For Life

It was 1957, and California police were searching for a man who had committed several crimes in one night – including murder. They followed thousands of leads but, eventually, the case turned cold. Almost 50 years later, with the help of advances in computer technology and handwriting analysis, investigators proved an old adage: You can run, but you can’t hide.

Episode 3: In Harm’s Way

In this classic episode of Forensic Files, the longest running true crime series in television history, a man riding a bicycle is fatally injured, and police believe he is the victim of a hit-and-run accident. Tiny clues found at the scene create a picture of the vehicle that struck him… and lead police to its driver.

Episode 4: Up In Smoke

When an elderly couple died in a suspicious house fire, their son became the prime suspect. The son insisted he was innocent; he said he tried to extinguish the fire by pouring water on it, but that only made it worse. Investigators turned to forensic science to determine if the fire had been set deliberately, or if it was an unfortunate accident

Episode 5: Soiled Plans

Police instituted an intense search when the mother of two young children went missing and, less than a day later, they found her body. The evidence was little better than circumstantial, and the crime drifted to the bottom of the cold case files. Twenty years later, advances in technology enabled investigators to see the evidence in a new light, and discover it pointed directly to the killer.

Episode 6: Headquarters

When hunters reported finding a skull in a Texas canyon, police immediately began an investigation. At the scene, they found bits of clothing, a woman’s shoe, some small bones and a strand of hair. An anthropologist determined the victim was a Caucasian woman, and that she’d been stabbed repeatedly. A forensic artist reconstructed her face, and the image was released to media. Eventually, police learned who she was. Now all they had to do was find her killer.

Episode 7: One for the Road

A married couple decided to escape the cold of winter with a vacation in Key West. The wife went missing and police searched every inch of the island; they found nothing but a pair of sandals that may have belonged to her. Then two pieces of video surfaced and investigators started to wonder if they should be searching for a missing person or a murderer.

Episode 8: Army of Evidence

An Army wife’s death appears to be a suicide, but detectives are suspicious when they learn that the woman almost died in a house fire a few years earlier.

Episode 9: Shear Luck

The violent death of an Air Force officer’s wife outside a Philippines air base is examined, amid accusations of a love triangle involving the murdered woman’s husband. Investigators use groundbreaking computer forensics to make their case.

Episode 10: Tagging a Suspect

Bombings are difficult to solve, because the perpetrator isn’t usually at the scene, and the evidence goes up in smoke. But there are clues if investigators know where to look. In this case, pieces of plastic the size of grains of sand held the key to a man’s murder.

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