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Forensic Files – Season 07 – Part 2/4 (2002)

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Forensic Files - Season 07 - Part 2/4 (2002)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: The Metal Business

The story of 60-year-old Tennessee car restoration business owner Phillip Rouss is related. In 1997, Phillip seemed to be dying and doctors couldn’t pinpoint why. In time, however, Rouss came to believe that his business partner Steve Allen White might be poisoning him and took his suspicions to the police.


Episode 12: A Vow of Silence

A look at the case against Jack Reeves. In 1994, friends reported his mail-order bride Emelita Villa had disappeared. The police centered its suspicions on Reeves and, while pursuing leads, uncovered information linking him to the deaths of two former wives.


Episode 13: The Cheater

Walter Notheis, Jr. was better known to the American public as entertainer Walter Scott, lead singer of the band, “Bob Kuban and the In-Men.” Their most popular single was the 1966 hit, “The Cheater.” Little did Walter know that the song would foreshadow the events that would lead to his demise. An autopsy on woman who died years earlier in a peculiar car wreck, a backyard hiding space, and years of investigation combine to finally solve the singer’s disappearance.


Episode 14: Elephant Tracks

The murders of an elderly couple leave police stumped. That is, until two years later when they get a huge break. A jeweler looking through old newspaper clippings recognizes a necklace the female victim wore as having been pawned in her own shop. Originally aired as Season 7, Episode 28.


Episode 15: Who’s Your Daddy

Hair and fiber evidence help solve the 1988 murder of an Ohio woman whose body was discovered in a frozen river.


Episode 16: Bio-Attack

1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack: Investigators uncover a plot to overthrow the government, after a unique strain of salmonella makes people ill.


Episode 17: A Shot in the Dark

Two sets of scientists, probe a woman’s death.


Episode 18: All Charged Up

Details the case of the Center City Rapist and the murder of Shannon Schieber. Philadelphia authorities use an anonymous letter and geographic profiling to hone in on a suspect who attacks victims who live on upper floors of apartment buildings. When they hear of similar crimes in Colorado, they do further profiling to find Troy Graves.


Episode 19: Breaking the Mold

A family in Dripping Springs, Texas seems to be living the perfect life when suddenly their 3-year-old son develops a respiratory condition in March 1999. The father later is shown to have signs of Alzheimer’s disease, and while boarding a plane a month later, meet an investigator who later reveals that their ill health is due to a form of black mold in their modern home, which was based on the movie version of “Tara”, the home of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind.


Episode 20: Without a Prayer

Forensic File, episode titled, “Without a Prayer”, was created because of atheist, Madalyn Murray-O’Hair’s activities in removing daily prayers, from public schools, in the early 1960’s. There were three deaths, Madalyn, her second son, Jon Garth Murray, and Robin Murray-O’Hair. Robin was a daughter of Madalyn’s Christian son, William J. Murray. All three were killed by a temporary atheistic member she fired, David Roland Waters. Madalyn fired Waters after he stole from the atheist headquarters. When Waters returned the stolen money and police did not jail him, this infuriated Madalyn! Leading her to write a story of Waters, calling him homosexual and claimed Waters even had sexual affairs with animals. After reading O’Hair’s newspaper article, Waters’ tension was so sharp, that David Roland Waters immediately planned to kill Madalyn Murray-O’Hair (and anyone else that was with her) as his quickest way of revenge.


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