An insight in to some of the most baffling crimes in history, revealing the perpetrators behind them and including the step by step accounts of how detectives, family members and case experts helped to solve the seemingly unsolvable.
Officers, detectives and forensic scientists from around the UK relive some of their most intense cases and describe what made them so difficult. Plus, witnesses, victims and relatives share their experiences.
Real-life cases reveal how video evidence has been used to solve a murder, as police reveal how CCTV footage has unlocked the answer to baffling cases.
The relatives of cold-hearted murderers tell their stories, revealing how the crimes of their relatives impacted their families and whether there were any signs of their murderous intentions in hindsight.
Small towns are synonymous with the simple life - peaceful, quaint and care-free. But these seemly peaceful places have become notorious for something far darker: murder.
When investigative journalist Maria Awes gets a call from a serial killer who claims he killed more than his seven known victims, she embarks on a mission to find out the truth.
A team of Portland homicide investigators examine a series of disturbing murder cases in the rolling terrain of the Pacific Northwest, known as ‘Wonderland’.
Drawing on the expertise of a body language expert, linguistics professor and a criminal psychologist, some of the most famous modern-day UK crime stories are forensically examined.
Coroner of Dauphin County, Graham Hetrick, and his team use complex forensic analysis to help solve homicide cases and give a voice to those who can longer speak.
Profiles major crimes of the 21st century using dramatic reconstruction, archive news footage and police video material along with interviews from investigating officers.