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"Murder Board" presents real-life stories about puzzling murder cases in which the evidence board plays a crucial role during the investigations. The murder wall helps investigators visualize the evidence as they develop theories and make connections. The wall evolves throughout each episode as clues are collected, crime scene photos are amassed, witnesses are interviewed, and suspects are identified. Some of the leads on the wall go nowhere, while others lead to startling breakthroughs that help the police to crack the case.

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Detectives are presented with an unusual problem after dozens of people witness a deadly attack, but no one can identify the gang members involved.
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When the day manager arrives for her shift at a coffee shop in Washington, she stumbles on the lifeless bodies of three coworkers, all shot multiple times.
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After a lawyer is found brutally beaten and stomped to death in an alley, detectives are faced with a daunting puzzle that includes theories about prostitution, clandestine groups and contract killing.
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A couple is found bludgeoned to death in bed, and investigators learn the woman's toddler has witnessed the entire thing.
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When a women is found in a pool of blood on the bedroom floor, investigators learn just a few months before her death, the FBI had warned the victim someone had tried to hire a hit man on the 'dark' web to kill her. But there's more to this story.
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A multimillionaire real estate mogul has been missing for three weeks when a bullet-riddled skull is found in the Nevada desert; Las Vegas homicide detectives quickly discover that the missing man is no angel.
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The partially clothed and badly beaten body of a teenage girl is found hidden near a popular hiking trail.
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At first, the fatal shooting of Linda Marie Brown seems like an open-and-shut case because her teenage stepdaughter, Cinnamon, is found comatose nearby clutching a suicide note.
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A retired detective from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is found beaten and shot in a local cemetery, and it will take covert surveillance and an undercover sting to bring his killer to justice.
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People fishing in a London canal are horrified when they reel in an old gym bag containing a collection of dismembered human body parts; police realize they have serial killer on their hands who may have been murdering women across Europe for years.

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