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Forensic Files – Season 13 – Part 2/5 (2008)
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Forensic Files – Season 13 – Part 2/5 (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 11: Stranger in the Night

In 1991, Dorothy Donovan was murdered in her Dover, Delaware home and police are skeptical when her son Charles Holden stated that she was murdered by a hitchhiker he had picked up. Their suspicions were heightened when he refused to take a polygraph test and they turned to forensic science. Would the blood and fingerprint evidence at the crime scene support Charles’ story or prove his guilt? The case went cold for many years until the DNA of ex-con Gilbert Cannon linked him to the crime.

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Episode 12: Kidnapping

In 2001, Ginger Hayes and her infant son Nicholas were abducted during a carjacking and the crime had been reported by a witness within minutes of occurrence. 45 minutes after the kidnapping, Ginger is seen with a black man in a local store’s surveillance video and then they find her car in a nearby neighborhood. Both the witness to the carjacking and the owner of the home where the car was found pointed to Andre Edwards, but he wouldn’t tell the police anything. A farmer 50 miles away called to report the body of a woman and a baby, which were determined to be Ginger, who had been beaten to death and her son Nicholas, who was still alive. Further analysis of Ginger’s car and evidence at the scene where Ginger was found both linked Edwards to her death.

Episode 13: Sands of Crime

A college student is abducted and murdered five days before Christmas. Eight years pass before a cell phone and a pair of running shoes implicates a suspect.

Episode 14: Calculated Coincidence

A North Carolina woman is raped and strangled in her apartment. Authorities are unable to link the prime suspect to the homicide, until they discover a connection to an unsolved Michigan murder that was committed a few years earlier.

Episode 15: Sworded Scheme

When a college student is reported missing, police believe their investigation will be like countless others, and she’d turn-up a few days later. But when they discover blood spatter in her boyfriend’s bedroom, blood spatter someone had gone to great lengths to conceal, they know this case is going to be different.

Episode 16: Unmasked

Police pursue a masked serial rapist who is terrorizing a Texas community.

Missing …

Episode 17: Fashion Police

The victim has been stabbed more than thirty times, and the crime scene is awash with her blood. Near her head, police discover a distinctive button with strands of thread still attached. If they can find the owner of the shirt the button came from, they’ll also find the killer.

Episode 18: Church Dis-Service

A young woman heads home after church, but never makes it there alive. Police learn that car trouble lead the victim to accept help from someone she thought was a Good Samaritan. But when the search for suspects and forensic science points to employees from other churches investigators learn that looks truly are deceiving.

Episode 19: Seedy Intentions

When a nine-year-old girl goes missing, police and volunteers spend weeks searching for her. A psychic’s vision leads to a field where her body is discovered, along with what investigators hope is enough evidence to help them to also find her killer.

Episode 20: DNA Dragnet

Digital enhancement of security camera video shows that what appears to be a casual encounter is actually a forced abduction, leading to murder. The perpetrator’s MO is remarkably similar to another murder which occurred five months earlier, 15 miles away. When investigators learn the crimes might not be isolated or random, they also realize a serial killer may be on the loose.

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