Remnant of Blame
The solution to the most heinous crimes often hinge on the smallest of clues. Investigators must have their eyes trained to find the full story of a murder written in a single scrap of evidence.
Partners in Crime
They say that a burden shared is a burden halved, but when partners team up to commit murder, the weight of their guilt remains just as heavy. Investigators must rely on forensic science to capture partners in crime.
In the spirit of Natural Born Killers, while on a beach holiday a bored young couple kill another couple for fun, and keep a scrapbook and other trophies of their crime.
A woman portrayed as the brave survivor of a brutal attack is charged with killing her coworker over a tank top and staging the entire crime.
Set in Depression-era Chicago, barfly Murphy survives multiple attempts on his life without even being aware his ÔfriendsÕ are trying to kill him so they can cash in his insurance policy. Things that would kill an ordinary man (poison, exposure, being run over by a car) barely faze Iron Murphy.
A horse-loving lawyer doesnÕt know heÕs married to a con artist fugitive; she teams up with a female lover and kills him with horse tranquilizer before stealing all his money.
Look Who's Stalking Episode 1
Georgia detectives investigating the timeline of a family involved in a triple shooting find motive in both their failing business and a local meth addict with a grudge. But the discovery of a hidden key ultimately unlocks the secret to the killerÕs sensational identity.
No Place Like Home
When Diane HolikÕs body is discovered in her Austin, Texas home, detectives are faced with one of the most pristine crime scenes theyÕve ever encountered. They unearth multiple suspects, but only the victimÕs reconstructed timeline can identify the killer.
The Donnelly family’s neighbours knew they were unusual. Christopher, a music teacher, and Hannegret, a former midwife, were rarely seen outside the house. The children were home-schooled; banned from having phones or computer games. But no one could guess the violence taking place within their home - until it was too late.
Muder at the Mall
In 1979, 18-year-old Michelle Martinko was found brutally stabbed to death in her car in the parking lot of a shopping mall in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. For decades, the police and her family searched for answers -- who did this and why? But the case grew cold. Thirty-nine years later, DNA evidence from the crime scene finally led to a suspect and a murder trial.
Diary of a Serial Arsonist and the Lost Clue
Bill kurtis hosts this series of nonfiction cases being re-examined after being considered cold. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to solve old crimes and unanswered questions.