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Forensic Files – Season 13 – Part 1/5 (2008)
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Forensic Files – Season 13 – Part 1/5 (2008)

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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: Frozen Assets

A bag full of evidence recovered from an iced-over river helps to reveal the murderer of a businesswoman in her own shop.

Episode 2: House Hunting

A successful and well-liked real estate agent is brutally murdered in a model home. Can the police find out who did it?

Episode 3: Shoot to Thrill

In 2003, St. Cloud teenager Jason MacLennan returned home after a night out with friends and discovered his father Ken’s body lying in a pool of blood. There were shoe impressions outside in the new-fallen snow; because the victim’s wallet and watch were missing, the motive may have been robbery. But before making that determination, police needed to find out who had the most to gain from his death.

Episode 4: Political Thriller

After a politician dies of an apparent heart attack, an observant medical aide suspects poisoning and takes blood and urine samples. They become crucial evidence when investigators learn of incriminating remarks made by a suspect.

Episode 5: Double Cross

In 1996, Virginia Beach police arrive at the Makdessi apartment to find Elise Makdessi and her lover Quincy Brown dead. Elise’s husband Eddie had reported that he killed Quincy Brown in self defense after Brown had murdered Elise. Eddie gave the police a videotape Elise had made a week before, alleging that she had been the victim of sexual harassment and assault while in the Navy. investigators found evidence that her allegations may have been part of an elaborate scheme for financial gain. Hoping to separate fact from fiction, they turned to forensic science.

Episode 6: Dancing with the Devil

A man is found stabbed to death after a night in a strip club. A drop of blood on a bedspread becomes critical evidence five yeas later.

Episode 7: Last Dance

The body of an exotic is found underneath a bridge in New Jersey. It appears that she had committed suicide by jumping to her death, until police discover evidence of murder.

Episode 8: Constructive Criticism

A construction foreman’s murder is solved when an investigator notices some unusual characteristics of a few drops of blood.

Episode 9: Home Evasion

In 2000, Judy Southern arrived home from work and was shot by a gunman waiting within. Her husband Allen arrived shortly afterwards, called 911 to report his wife had been shot and drove her to the hospital. She died on arrival and the investigation focused on her husband Allen, but forensic analysis and a suicide note found at the scene pointed to Jonathan Binney.

Episode 10: Window Watcher

A woman’s story seemed far fetched: A man wearing only underwear and gloves broke into the house, stabbed her boyfriend to death, and raped and terrorized her for hours afterward. But the evidence at the scene supported her story, and investigators turned for help to the FBI and their criminal profilers.

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