8.4
177 votes
Forensic Files

Forensic Files

HLN 1996

See how experts put together the pieces of the crime puzzle. As each episode shows, every criminal leaves a clue behind.Each show features a different forensic technique.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Forensic Files

Forensic Files - S10E33

#1 - Penchant for Poison

6.56

Season 10 - Episode 33

Three seemingly unrelated deaths proved to be serial murders. The killer had been careful - he used poison which had no taste or odour. Fortunately for investigators, it also had a unique chemical signature.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 16 votes.

Forensic Files - S13E12

#2 - Kidnapping

6.77

Season 13 - Episode 12

When a mother and her child are abducted during a carjacking, the crime is reported within minutes. Police know they have a small window of opportunity to find them and the clock is ticking.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 13 votes.

Forensic Files - S13E2

#3 - House Hunting

6.81

Season 13 - Episode 2

When a successful real estate agent is brutally murdered, panicked townspeople begin looking over their shoulders and locking their doors. Weeks later, a witness comes forward who may have seen the killer, and police use forensic hypnosis to help him recall every detail of the man's appearance. His description is used to create a composite sketch, which police hope will draw the killer out of hiding.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 26 votes.

Forensic Files - S11E1

#4 - Naughty or Nyce

6.84

Season 11 - Episode 1

A pharmaceutical tycoon's mail-order bride is found in her SUV in a half-frozen creek. Could a few flecks of sawdust and a shoe print determine whether a death is an accident or a homicide?

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 43 votes.

Forensic Files - S14E10

#5 - Filtered Out

6.84

Season 14 - Episode 10

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. Originally aired as Season 14, Episode 10.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 43 votes.

#6 - A Clean Getaway
6.84
Season 10 - Episode 22

An employee of a dry-cleaner was raped and murdered in the store, and investigators thought themselves fortunate to have two eyewitnesses.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 19 votes.

#7 - Purr-fect Match
6.84
Season 7 - Episode 7

A woman vanished from her home on Prince Edward Island. Her abandoned car was found in a field; inside, the windows were spattered with blood. During the search for her body, police found a plastic bag containing a pair of sneakers and a bloody leather jacket. On the jacket were white hairs that investigators discovered had come from a cat. Forensic testing on a cat had never been done before anywhere in the world. This case made history: It was the first time that animal DNA was used to solve a crime.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 32 votes.

#8 - Blanket of Evidence
6.85
Season 11 - Episode 38

Two women, both murdered in the same state park. Indiana police feared it was the work of a serial killer until the forensic evidence pointed them in two different directions. Originally aired as Season 11, Episode 38.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 13 votes.

#9 - A Shot In The Dark
6.87
Season 7 - Episode 9

When a woman is found dead of a gunshot wound, police conclude that she was murdered by her husband. Investigators theorized the couple had argued, and during the ensuing struggle, the husband shot his wife in the back and then staged the scene to make it look like a suicide. Forensic scientists were able to piece together the clues and determine what really happened. In doing so, they proved once again that truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 31 votes.

#10 - Pet Rock
6.88
Season 13 - Episode 49

A quiet waitress vanishes without a trace. Police suspect a case of a date gone horribly wrong. When her body is discovered it comes wrapped in a mountain of evidence. It takes fingerprint analysis, trace evidence and DNA work to unravel a woman's final night of terror.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Forensic Files from 8 votes.

Last updated: may 14, 2021

Comments

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Dare I say best show on tv?

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Got Addicted To This Show A While Ago.

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Wow. This show is cool.

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This was a Great series!

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