Forensic scientists sift through evidence to solve criminal cases.
Forensic science helps to solve four different crimes.
Viewers seek closure on forensic cases that involve the loss of their loved ones.
Dr. Michael Baden performs an autopsy; four of the most sensational autopsy cases.
The efforts of forensic pathologists solve criminal cases including the poisoning of an entire family and a case in which an airbag becomes the perfect crime scene.
Forensic pathologists unlock the secrets of mysterious crimes: an envelope upsets a suicide case; matching DNA; a police dog locates a missing clue.
Forensic specialists solve tough cases: A hand is found on a riverbank; a thaw reveals two bodies; a bite mark offers a clue; a bride disappears.
The strangled corpse of a pregnant woman frozen in ice and a man poisoned by a rare and deadly chemical are some of the cases in this edition.
Clues such as chewing gum and cat hair help forensic pathologists solve mysterious deaths and bring murderers to justice.
Jack the Ripper; mother murders her three children; identify a killer through remains in the victim's stomach; a "faceprint" found on a plastic bag used to suffocate a victim; wife uses arsenic to poison husbands.
Forensic pathologists reveal shocking information about the bizarre cases they've witnessed during their careers as medical examiners.
Forensic specialist Michael Baden reveals secrets of his profession.
A young father drowns while his family is at the beach, and his widow demands answers about the lifeguards on duty.
A man is found dead at the bottom of a staircase, and Dr. Spitz tries to determine whether it was an accident or murder.
13-year-old Cindy Zarcyzki disappeared in 1986, and it wasn't until years later that a cold case detective was able to make a conviction.
In 1995, two women are raped in Louisville, Ky.; in 1982, a young man is found murdered in Deadwood, S.D.