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Forensic Files

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Forensic Files is a pioneer in the field of fact-based, high-tech, dramatic storytelling. This series of television programs delves into the world of forensic science, profiling intriguing crimes, accidents, and outbreaks of disease from around the world.

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Forensic Files is a pioneer in the field of fact-based, high-tech, dramatic storytelling. This series of television programs delves into the world of forensic science, profiling intriguing crimes, accidents, and outbreaks of disease from around the world.

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1377 Ratings
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By kenzye❤️lee - Dec 16 2019
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I love it but pls get rid of the commercials

MYSTERIOUS!!

By SKB810 - Dec 14 2019
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This is a very good podcast,I just wish they were alittle longer..

iTunes Ratings

1377 Ratings
Average Ratings
1089
133
70
42
43

❤️❤️❤️

By kenzye❤️lee - Dec 16 2019
Read more
I love it but pls get rid of the commercials

MYSTERIOUS!!

By SKB810 - Dec 14 2019
Read more
This is a very good podcast,I just wish they were alittle longer..
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Forensic Files

Latest release on Jan 20, 2020

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Forensic Files is a pioneer in the field of fact-based, high-tech, dramatic storytelling. This series of television programs delves into the world of forensic science, profiling intriguing crimes, accidents, and outbreaks of disease from around the world.

Rank #1: Water Logged

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The bodies of three women were found floating in Tampa Bay. The water washed away any evidence, but police hoped a handwritten note found in the victims' car would lead to the killer - so they posted huge copies of the note on five highway billboards. via Knit

Mar 22 2018

19mins

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Rank #2: Silk Stalkings

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The news of a flight attendant's brutal murder prompted the son of a victim who had been killed five years earlier to contact police. The MO of both murders was remarkably similar, and analysis of the biological evidence from the crime scenes proved that these were serial killings. via Knit

Dec 23 2019

20mins

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Rank #3: Dressed To Kill

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A possible false confession forces investigators to reopen the case of a missing six year old. A decade later, a fresh look at new evidence leads them to someone hiding in plain sight. via Knit

Mar 26 2018

19mins

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Rank #4: A Shadow Of A Doubt

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A woman is shot to death but the case's prime suspect has a solid alibi: a video of his activities the day of the murder. Police asked a local professor to help them verify the tape, and he enabled them to see the killer hiding in the shadows. via Knit

Dec 19 2019

20mins

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Rank #5: Catch 22

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A woman was ambushed in her driveway and shot to death. During their investigation, police learned that a co-worker half her age was in love with her, and that she'd spurned his advances. They now had to determine if love had turned into obsession... and a motive for murder. via Knit

Mar 29 2018

19mins

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Rank #6: Hell's Kitchen

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It appeared the victim had accidentally fallen and hit her head at the bottom of the stairs. But the odd position of her shows and the absence of blood splatter led police to suspect the scene had been stage... and Luminol proved they were right. via Knit

Oct 24 2019

20mins

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Rank #7: Crime Seen

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In 1984, a couple set off for a camping trip but got lost and fell asleep at a scenic overlook in Virginia. via Knit

Sep 17 2018

20mins

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Rank #8: Southside Strangler

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A serial killer in Arlington, VA. leaves the same clues behind at each crime scene. via Knit

Dec 03 2018

20mins

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Rank #9: Filtered Out

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When a teenaged girl goes missing, no one knows if she ran away or if she was the victim of foul play. Everyone's worst fears are confirmed when a body is found at the bottom of an isolated ravine. Police scour the crime scene, hoping to find enough evidence to identify the killer. via Knit

Apr 02 2018

19mins

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Rank #10: Missing In Time

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A woman was reported missing, presumed dead. A clue inside the suspect's watchband and a popular television show helped solve the case. via Knit

Jan 03 2019

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Rank #11: A Clean Getaway

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An employee of a dry-cleaner was raped and murdered in the store, and investigators thought themselves fortunate to have two eyewitnesses. Their descriptions were similar but not identical, and the prime suspect didn't come close to resembling that person. So police turned to forensic science for the answers they needed. via Knit

May 20 2019

20mins

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Rank #12: Journey To Justice

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Six-year-old Nicole Rae Walker was killed in a hit-and-run in her Ft. Lauderdale neighborhood. This was the first case in the United States where video animation was considered admissible to show to a jury. via Knit

Dec 16 2019

20mins

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Rank #13: No Safe Place

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A wealthy man and his wife were attacked by three men outside their luxurious Louisiana home. He was shot dead and she was forced to open their hidden safe. The woman could not describe the men because they wore masks. To solve the case, police would have to find out who knew about the concealed safe, and who would benefit from the crime. via Knit

Jun 14 2018

19mins

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Rank #14: A Bitter Pill To Swallow

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A 33-year old woman meets, falls in love with, and marries a successful young doctor, but an unusual amount of discomfort during her pregnancy arouses her suspicions, prompting a personal investigation that culminates in a startling revelation. via Knit

May 13 2019

20mins

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Rank #15: Yes Indeed

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In a tragic twist of fate, just days after the woman sold her home and moved to a modest trailer, a fire took both the trailer and her life. But the autopsy proved this was no accident. It was arson and murder. Investigators had to determine who wanted the woman dead... and why. via Knit

Apr 11 2019

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Rank #16: Purebread Murder

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A young mother is murdered after years of domestic abuse. There are clues at the scene: bloody footprints and DNA from the victim's rape kit. But the evidence which will conclusively tie the killer to the crime is on a freshly baked hamburger bun. via Knit

Nov 29 2018

20mins

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Rank #17: Second Shot At Love

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A heart surgeon is found dead in his home. Police assume suicide, but further investigation reveals his new wife was out for money. via Knit

Oct 28 2019

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Rank #18: Good As Gold

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Two young women were brutally murdered in Napa, California on Halloween night. The killer left his DNA behind, and a groundbreaking test revealed his race and even the color of his eyes and hair. Technology was able to tell investigators what he looked like... now all they had to do was find him. via Knit

Nov 04 2019

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Rank #19: Tight-Fitting Genes

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A behavioral profile is helpful in a murder investigation, but it's not a road map to the killer. One such profile caused the Baton Rouge Police Department to search for the wrong man. They might have made an arrest had it not been for a DNA picture of the suspect painted by a molecular biologist. via Knit

Aug 02 2018

20mins

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Rank #20: House Call

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The murder of a surgeon in an apartment community left police in St. Petersburg, Florida baffled. Cell phone mapping, wiretapping and a host of other forensic evidence would uncover a conspiracy, and bring the doctor's killers to justice. via Knit

Dec 12 2019

20mins

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Disrobed

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The crime scene was especially violent; A husband and wife had been shot to death in their bedroom. At first, investigators thought their 16-year-old daughter was lucky to have escaped unharmed... but after awhile, they wondered if the reason she was alive had more to do with careful planning than good fortune. via Knit

Jan 20 2020

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Deadly Rebellion

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Even though their daughter had run away before, she'd always come back. Her parents were sure this time would be no different... but they were wrong. Workers discovered the teen's half-naked body on the other side of the road; her throat had been slit. Police hoped the single foreign hair found in a defensive wound on her thumb would lead them to the killer. via Knit

Jan 16 2020

20mins

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Treads And Threads

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A serial killer was strangling prostitutes then leaving the bodies in plain sight. The only clues were a tire impression and some threads. via Knit

Jan 13 2020

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Foundation of Lies

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When the wife of a noted doctor goes missing, authorities believe it may have to do with an allegedly shady adoption ring. But then her husband goes house-shopping with another woman claiming to be his wife, and a friend finds a strange pile of concrete in his backyard. Investigators use the concrete and the hazy recollections of a young child in an attempt to find the missing woman. via Knit

Jan 09 2020

20mins

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A Leg To Stand On

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When a severed leg is found in a dumpster, investigators are faced with the challenge of identifying the victim. via Knit

Jan 06 2020

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Photo Finish

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A beautiful model goes missing. No one can clue to her whereabouts until a park employee discovers photographs in a trash dumpster. via Knit

Jan 02 2020

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Accident or Murder

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A woman's body was found at the bottom of the stairs. When an investigator recreates the fall, the results are surprising. Was this just a freak accident, or murder by an angry spouse. via Knit

Dec 30 2019

20mins

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Quite A Spectacle

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It was one of the most unusual cases in forensic history. Investigators had to find a way to solve a murder case with evidence which consisted of a squashed tomato found at the crime scene, and tiny, pinpoint reflections of light in a photograph. Would it be enough to catch a killer? via Knit

Dec 26 2019

20mins

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Silk Stalkings

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The news of a flight attendant's brutal murder prompted the son of a victim who had been killed five years earlier to contact police. The MO of both murders was remarkably similar, and analysis of the biological evidence from the crime scenes proved that these were serial killings. via Knit

Dec 23 2019

20mins

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A Shadow Of A Doubt

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A woman is shot to death but the case's prime suspect has a solid alibi: a video of his activities the day of the murder. Police asked a local professor to help them verify the tape, and he enabled them to see the killer hiding in the shadows. via Knit

Dec 19 2019

20mins

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Journey To Justice

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Six-year-old Nicole Rae Walker was killed in a hit-and-run in her Ft. Lauderdale neighborhood. This was the first case in the United States where video animation was considered admissible to show to a jury. via Knit

Dec 16 2019

20mins

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House Call

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The murder of a surgeon in an apartment community left police in St. Petersburg, Florida baffled. Cell phone mapping, wiretapping and a host of other forensic evidence would uncover a conspiracy, and bring the doctor's killers to justice. via Knit

Dec 12 2019

20mins

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All Wet

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A woman's death in Pennsylvania triggers a investigation into another woman's death in North Carolina. The similarities in the cases were striking, and medical examiners must determine if the suspect's story about accidental drowning is all wet. via Knit

Dec 09 2019

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Smoking Out A Killer

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A college senior was found raped and murdered near an unpaved footpath used by students to walk from one side of campus to the other. Five years earlier, a student was assaulted and killed in her off-campus apartment, and a year after that, another student was killed in almost the same way. Police feared a serial killer was on the loose and they needed to determine what - or who - these women had in common. via Knit

Dec 05 2019

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Sworded Scheme

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When a student is reported missing, police believe she'd turn-up a few days later. But when they discover blood in her boyfriend's bedroom - which someone had gone great lengths to hide - they know this case is going to be different. via Knit

Dec 02 2019

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In Harm's Way

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A woman's dead body is found in a public park. When a knife through to be the murder weapon turned up, investigators had an opportunity which seldom occurs: to compare the microscopic marks on the weapon with the marks on the victim's body. via Knit

Nov 28 2019

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Dancing With The Devil

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The crime scene was awash with blood. Analysis showed it had come from two people, one of whom was female. The male DNA was the victim's, which meant the killer was a woman. Leads dried up and the case went cold... until a suspect arrested for drug possession offered police a deal, and told a bizarre tale of an exotic dancer who listened to voices in her head. via Knit

Nov 25 2019

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Smoke In Your Eyes

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The bodies of two women are found in the ashes of a fire, which appeared to have been set deliberately. Evidence found leads investigators to a suspect, but it would take a blood stain no bigger than the head of a pin to convict him. via Knit

Nov 21 2019

20mins

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Flower Power

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Two different men telephoned 911 to report a woman had been murdered; neither knew the other had called. Examination of bloodstains, a discarded candy wrapper, and a few tiny seeds enabled forensic scientists to determine who committed the crime. via Knit

Nov 18 2019

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Concrete Alibi

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An aspiring model turned up dead, and the prime suspect was her boyfriend. When he was eventually cleared, investigators had to dig deeper to find the perpetrator. With the help of a forensic geologist, they identified the most unlikely suspects. via Knit

Nov 14 2019

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iTunes Ratings

1377 Ratings
Average Ratings
1089
133
70
42
43

❤️❤️❤️

By kenzye❤️lee - Dec 16 2019
Read more
I love it but pls get rid of the commercials

MYSTERIOUS!!

By SKB810 - Dec 14 2019
Read more
This is a very good podcast,I just wish they were alittle longer..