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Episode 13: Touch of Evil
21min - In the 1990s, the media dubbed Richard Rogers the "Last Call Killer" because he targeted men in gay bars who were obviously intoxicated. His methods involved dismembering the bodies and wrapping the parts in plastic bags, which he then carefully washed to remove all incriminating evidence. Originally aired as Season 14, Episode 8.
Episode 12: Freeze Framed
21min - In 2005, David Castor suffered a slow, agonizing death over a period of days. His wife Stacey maintained it was suicide, even though it was done with antifreeze. Police were skeptical, especially when they learned Stacey's first husband Michael Wallace died when he was only 38 years old and she refused to consent to an autopsy. Originally aired as Season 14, Episode 7.
Episode 11: Hell's Kitchen
21min - In 2000, Kristine Fitzhugh failed to show up for her music class and her husband Ken found her dead at the bottom of the stairs of their Palo Alto home. Upon further investigation, Luminol reveals evidence of murder in the kitchen. As detectives investigate the crime further, they uncover a long-held family secret that provides motive. Originally aired as Season 14, Episode 3.
Episode 10: Best Foot Forward
21min - Shamaia Smith disappeared from the strip club where she worked in East Hartford, CT. Police focus on local businessman Kenneth Otto when there are inconsistencies with his story. Otto's property is searched and cadaver dogs find something in a fire pit. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 50.
Episode 9: Pet Rock
21min - In 1995, Palm Beach waitress Denise O'Neill is abducted and murdered. Her neighbour, Luis Caballero, arouses suspicions by his odd behaviour towards TV crews covering the crime. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 49.
Episode 8: Hair Line
21min - Doctors don't know why the young scientist is gravely ill. When tests finally reveal the cause, it's too late to save him. Police hope that lab analysis of his hair, showing when attempts were made on his life and what was used, will lead to the killer. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 31.
Episode 7: Drowning Sorrows
21min - A family vacation turns into a nightmare when the wife is found face-down in the lake. There are no witnesses and little conclusive evidence to help police determine if they're dealing with a suicide, an accident, or something more sinister... until a forensic pathologist uses a groundbreaking technique to discover the truth. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 23.
Episode 6: Dirty Laundry
21min - The murder of a Kentucky businessman appears to have been the work of an intruder. But when police discover racy photos, they suspect the victim knew his killer. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 22.
Episode 5: Smiley Face
21min - A sadistic serial rapist runs rampant through Delaware and Maryland. One woman had been sexually assaulted, stabbed repeatedly, and left for dead. Brenda Robinson survived, and gave police a detailed description of her attacker. When someone who fit that description practically turned himself in, police were sure they had their man. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 21.
Episode 4: Calculated Coincidence
21min - A North Carolina woman is raped and strangled in her apartment. Authorities are unable to link the prime suspect to the homicide, until they discover a connection to an unsolved Michigan murder that was committed a few years earlier. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 14.
Episode 3: Kidnapping
22min - Ginger Hayes and her infant son Nicholas were abducted during a carjacking and the crime had been reported by a witness within minutes of occurrence. The witness pointed to Andre Edwards as the culprit. When Ginger and Nicholas were found, Ginger had been beaten to death, but Nicholas was still alive. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 12.
Episode 2: Window Watcher
21min - Gary Dale Larson was stabbed to death in his Edmond, Oklahoma home and then the killer sexually assaulted Larson's girlfriend Janet Haynes. Hayne's story seemed farfetched: The perpetrator was wearing only underwear and gloves. But, the evidence at the scene supported her story, and investigators turned for help to the FBI and their criminal profilers. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 10.
Episode 1: Double Cross
21min - Virginia Beach police arrive at the Makdessi apartment to find Elise Makdessi and her lover, Quincy Brown, dead. Elise's husband Eddie had reported that he killed Quincy Brown in self-defense after Brown had murdered Elise. Eddie gave the police a videotape Elise had made a week before, alleging that she had been the victim of sexual harassment. Originally aired as Season 13, Episode 5.