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This History Channel release explores the gritty and fascinating world of forensic investigation. Forget what you know about the investigative techniques you've seen in police dramas on television and let the experts explain how they solve evasive cases.
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Great find Jezza, been looking at this for a while but its always been £17.99.
Now if only someone would reduce CSI season 8 part 2 i'll be a happy bunny.

Disc 1. Body Clues

1 x 45:00 min

When a forensics team arrives at the scene of a murder they often have little to work with. However, sparse clues scattered around the crime scene will come together to constitue a solid part of the prosecution's case. Everything from eyewitnesses to motives must be questioned, but only the forensic evidence will speak the real, hard truth.

Disc 2. Body Searchers

1 x 45:00 min

'Body Searchers' focuses on the work of an unusual forensics organization known as NecroSearch. Based in Colorado, NecroSearch is made up of forensic anthropologists, archeologists, botanists, geologists, thermographers, geophysicists, criminalists and bloodhound handlers. Pooling their resources and talents, they use a waide array of techniques to help law enforcement agencies find clandestine graves and recover the crucial evidence found within them.

Disc 3. Left at the Scene

1 x 45:00 min

This episode uses two past murder cases to show how agencies connect evidence from the victim's body to the scene of the crime and, eventually, to the perpetrator. Watch in awe as detectives use new scientific crime solving techniques to find Robert Harlan, a crazed man who raped and murdered a twenty five year old woman.

Disc 4. Bullets and Blood

1 x 45:00 min

"Bullets and Blood" is an exploration of two 1992 murder cases that took place in Colorado. Both cases were solved by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation's forensics lab, using sophisticated fingerprinting, bullet trajectory, and blood spatter analysis techniques. This spellbinding documentary illustrates just how detectives piece together the smallest of clues in order to paint a bigger picture.

Disc 5. DNA's Debut

1 x 45:00 min

"DNA's Debut" looks at the history of DNA as a forensic tool and goes back in time to examine the details of the very first case in which DNA was used. We also take a look at how the advances in this forensic science has become a critical part of the criminal justice system, that has led to the convictions of many criminals that may otherwise have got away with their crimes.

Disc 6. Invisible Clues

1 x 45:00 min

Gripping and authoritative, 'Invisible Clues' provides an example of just how far forensic police work has come along in recent years and illustrates the extent of its importance in solving difficult murder cases. Not so long ago, forensic specialists were either fingerprint or ballistics experts, today, police departments nationwide have a vast cadre of investiqatory expertise available to them and once controversial techniques have become common place.

Disc 7. Tracings in Blood

1 x 45:00 min

This episode focuses on two perplexing cases from Albuquerque, New Mexico, which zero in on the evolution of trace evidence in crime detection. In 1999, when Girly Chew Hossencofft went missing, suspicions fell on her estranged husband and his new girlfriend.

Disc 8. Blood Spatter

1 x 45:00 min

The use of Blood spatter evidence first came to prominence in the murder trial of Dr. Sam Sheppard in 1955. This programme aims to evaluate how this particular form of forensic technology has developed since this aforementioned landmark case, and how it has helped solve two recent, bloody Washington State murders.
Sounds good, might check it out. Cheers

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