Forensic pathologist Dr Michael Baden discusses cases of unnatural or suspicious deaths that he has helped solve by examining the dead.
Clues such as chewing gum, paint and cat hair help forensic pathologists solve mysterious deaths and bring murderers to justice.
An electrician's mysterious death; catching the killer of a famous elk; a slumlord is charged with murder; identifying the killers of a pimp; video proves innocence; man accused in wife's disappearance.
A severed hand leads to a voodoo practitioner; hair leads to a conviction in the deaths of a woman and her baby; a bite mark on a body leads to husband's conviction.
A suicide note debunked; a serial rapist mails their DNA sample; a blood-sniffing dog; embalming doesn't conceal evidence.
Laser reveals bruises on a baby's body; DNA is found in a discarded tissue; a family is poisoned by a neighbour; an airbag helps convict crash suspect; carpet fibres lead to a serial killer; online requests leads to death reclassification.
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