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Forensic Files – Season 11 – Part 2/4 (2006)
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Forensic Files – Season 11 – Part 2/4 (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 11: Weakest Link

The body of a young girl was discovered on a remote farm near Delano, California. She had no ID, but investigators found mailbox and house keys in the pocket of her jeans. With no other clues to follow, they checked the mailboxes of every apartment building in Delano and their persistence finally paid off.

Episode 12: Capitol Crimes

The driver said he couldn’t have hit and killed a pedestrian on a Harrisburg street. The Jeep Grand Cherokee he was leasing around that time had been sold months ago to a buyer in another state. Police were able to find the vehicle. They impounded it, took it apart, and discovered evidence which would tell them what really happened that night.

Episode 13: Undertaken

A funeral handyman is found dead underneath a parked car in Paterson, New Jersey. Although a medical examiner rules the death an accident, three years of investigation and a second autopsy prove it was murder.

Episode 14: Dark Waters

A local celebrity is killed and a passenger injured in a hit-and-run boating accident in New York State, leaving very little forensic evidence.

Episode 15: Nice Threads

Bible missionary student is murdered whilst baking cookies on Mother’s Day Weekend for her mother. Police use a bloody palm print to provide forensic evidence as to the identity of her rapist and murderer.

Episode 16: Grave Danger

A young man was killed in a mysterious car crash, but the evidence at the scene led investigators to believe it was not an accident. Forensic science revealed what really happened, and the truth devastated three families.

Episode 17: Internal Affair

When a woman went missing, friends and family were determined to find her. Their worst fears were confirmed weeks later when her body was discovered. Blood evidence and computer forensics helped investigators to catch the killer, and convince the jury of his guilt.

Episode 18: A Case of the Flue

This robbery/homicide was unusual. The evidence at the scene proved that the perpetrator had been running out of the house, not breaking into it. Tiny clues on the victim’s body would tell police what happened that night, and who was responsible.

Episode 19: No Safe Place

A wealthy man and his wife were mugged by three men outside of their luxurious Louisiana home. He was shot dead and she was forced to open their hidden safe. The woman was unable to identify the men because they wore masks. To solve the case, police would have to find out who knew about the concealed safe, and who would benefit from the crime.

Episode 20: Live Wire

The bomb was constructed to cause as much damage as possible… and it did, killing the victim with deadly force and flame. A painstaking search yielded tiny clues, which identified the killer as surely as if he’d signed them.

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