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"Cold Blood" gives viewers a chance to examine the evidence of a real homicide case for themselves by bringing the cameras to the scene of the crime. The series evaluates the evidence and tests opposing theories by demonstrating what might have happened in the events leading up to the crime from a variety of angles. Each episode showcases one homicide case, following it from the collection of forensic evidence through all stages of the investigation until clever detective work and state-of-the-art forensic science reveal the truth.

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The wife of a property developer falls to her death; too much blood at the scene makes police suspicious.
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Tennessee fast food restaurants are rocked by murder; while police hunt for the killer, the body count rises.
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A woman is discovered naked, brutally raped, and strangled to death in her office; another local sexual assault yields a suspect, but it takes 20 years to solve the mystery.
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A Wharton business student is found raped and strangled to death; a connection is made with other rapes in the same area.
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A Brooklyn attack leaves a woman dead and her girlfriend reeling after being shot and raped; a lack of evidence leads to the girlfriend being the number one suspect.
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Police launch a very risky plan that could let a killer go free when a Pennsylvania chef is found shot to death in his office.
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Police think the murder of a promising college football player at his 21st birthday party could have been a planned killing.
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In Clearwater, Florida, a waitress is stabbed 16 times; the case goes cold over the years and police fear even DNA will not lead to justice.
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A young copy editor is raped and stabbed to death a short distance from her place of work; 20 years later justice is served.
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A 21-year-old Oklahoma woman is found raped, beaten, and strangled in her home; it takes years to answer her family's questions about who took her life.
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A teenage girl is found raped and murdered in her home.
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A family man is shot in the head.
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When two men are gunned down in Minneapolis, an anonymous letter points to the possible culpability of anti-gay group.
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In Nebraska, a man returns home to find his mother and father shot to death, while nothing of value is missing.
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In Colorado, investigators question a man with a criminal past after his wife is found raped and strangled to death.
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A runaway is found raped and strangled to death on the side of a San Diego road.
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An 84-year-old is brutally raped and murdered in her senior living community.
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It's up to one detective to get a victim's family some justice.
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A restaurant manager is murdered but the case goes cold for two years when they get a tip that brings them to the killer.
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A bizarre murder mystery begins with the discovery of a man's body inside his burned car.
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Seven people gunned down and their bodies are left in the restaurant's walk-in cooler.

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