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Forensic Files – Season 06 – Part 3/3 (2001)
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Forensic Files – Season 06 – Part 3/3 (2001)

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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 21: Where the Blood Drops

When someone dies under mysterious circumstances, the spouse almost always is a suspect – especially if they are in bed, sleeping beside the individual at the time of their death. In 1987, Susie Mowbray was charged for her husband Bill Mowbray’s death, which had the appearance of suicide. Her son was so convinced of her innocence that he enrolled in law school, studied all of the evidence and, eventually, discovered the truth of what really happened that fateful night between his mother and father.

Episode 22: Punch Line

Ohio, 1994: Rhoda Nathan is murdered in Cincinnati in room 237 of the Embassy Suites Hotel. An unusual injury is the key to finding the killer.

Episode 23: Sibling Rivalry

Two of America’s premier pornographers happen to be brothers. When one turns up dead, his brother confesses to shooting him. The question for investigators is whether the shooting was pre-meditated. A 911 call in which the fatal shots can be heard, and a computer reconstruction of the crime scene, provide the answer. Originally aired as Season 6, Episode 23.

Episode 24: Pastoral Care

In 1981, New York correctional officer Donna Payant disappeared and was later found in a landfill. The medical examiner not only identified the cause of death, but also found an important clue. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that a prison inmate might be responsible. Originally aired as Season 6, Episode 24.

Episode 25: Bagging a Killer

A 9-year-old girl vanishes from her suburban neighborhood. Is her long-lost mother is involved? Police use satellites to trace the perpetrator’s movements. That reveals who took her, where, and the twisted motives of a criminal mind.

Episode 26: Double Trouble

When off-duty Maine State Trooper Vicky Gardner is attacked during a routine stop, it triggers a series of events which jumpstarts a slow-paced murder case in New Jersey. Originally aired as Season 6, Episode 26.

Episode 27: Cats, Flies and Snapshots

In 1989, 19-year-old Lori Auker left her Pennsylvania home for work, but never arrived. She left behind her infant son, a family who loves her and a job she enjoys. Police investigators viewed this case as a missing persons or possible homicide and focus on her estranged husband Robert Auker. It takes space-age technology, cat hairs and insects to pinpoint the image of the woman’s abductor before the real story can be told.

Episode 28: Naked Justice

In 1999, expectant mother Leann Fletcher is reported dead in her Michigan home of an accidental gunshot wound to the head. Was the wound self-inflicted, and if it was, why would this young mother with so much to live for kill herself? Forensic computer analysis, blood spatter analysis and a painstaking investigation led police to the truth that her lawyer husband Michael “Mick” Fletcher had motive to kill Leann, since he was having a sexual affair with judge Susan Chrzanowski.

Episode 29: Treading Not So Lightly

In 1980, a four year-old is found unconscious in a parking lot with major head trauma. Police concluded it was a hit-and-run vehicle accident and closed the case. But Vicky’s mother, Crystal, suspected there was more to the story and was determined to find out exactly what had happened. Originally aired as Season 6, Episode 29.

Episode 30: Shopping Spree

Lisa Manderach and her daughter Devon left their home to go shopping, but didn’t come back home at the expected time. Lisa’s husband Jimmy called police in a panic to report their disappearance and directed them to a nearby shopping center. Later that day, Devon’s body was found dumped off the side of the road, but there was no sign of Lisa. Originally aired as Season 6, Episode 30.

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