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The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead

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A critical element to resolving homicides -- the work of a coroner -- is fully examined in this hourlong series. While detectives search for clues among the living, veteran Dauphin County, Pa., coroner Graham Hetrick uncovers secrets of the dead. Each episode features a stylized re-enactment of a compelling homicide case taken directly from Hetrick's files. As viewers are led through a series of twists and turns, Hetrick peels back the layers of the investigation to reveal how the murder happened and who is to blame. Described as a natural-born storyteller and a bona fide mystery-solver, Hetrick helps bring peace to grieving families in search of answers and ensures that justice is served.

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Nursing student Hitender Thakur is found shot to death behind the counter of the convenience store where he works; Coroner Graham Hetrick helps police hunt for a killer who has disappeared without a trace.
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After Jimmy Felder's mutilated body is found in his bedroom, Coroner Graham Hetrick arrives to one of the bloodiest crime scenes he's ever seen; Graham must read Jimmy's wounds to discover a rage that lies dangerously close to home.
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Barbara Gooding's life is torn apart when her son, 18-year-old Keoin Gooding, dies in her arms; it's up to Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick to read Keoin's bullet wounds to determine who shot the teenager, leaving the entire community stunned.
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The night after Thanksgiving, popular activist Rayon Braxton is found shot to death in his Harrisburg, Pa., community center; Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick must read Braxton's wounds to reveal a cold-blooded killer and a shocking betrayal.
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The body of 83-year-old Peggy Swan is found decomposing in her basement; Coroner Graham Hetrick examines Swan's body to help solve her puzzling murder.
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In Elizabethville, Pa., a man finds his 23-year-old son dead of unknown causes in his room; Coroner Graham Hetrick finds hidden wounds on Zack Donnelly's body that reveal the shocking story of his death.
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When popular jockey Juan Vives is found stabbed to death in the woods just days before Christmas, Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick and investigators must explore the racing circuit to determine if the killer was a jealous rival or a dark horse.
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After Steve Esworthy is found beaten to death in a Harrisburg, Pa., neighborhood, it's up to Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick to read Steve's wounds and uncover the killer behind one of the most unusual deaths he's ever seen.
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In Hummelstown, Penn., Dale Orwan is found savagely murdered in his home; coroner Graham Hetrick is immediately called to the scene, where he discovers a house of horrors; the only suspect is a woman who left her clothes behind.
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In Harrisburg, Pa., disc jockey Tony Haines is found dead with multiple gunshot wounds to his head; Coroner Graham Hetrick must determine if Haines was in the wrong place at the wrong time or targeted for keeping a deadly secret.
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When well-known bookie John Troutman is found brutally murdered in his apartment, Coroner Graham Hetrick is immediately called to the scene; the coroner must read Troutman's many wounds to uncover a hatred that lies dangerously close to home.
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After what looks like a hit-and-run accident, Kim Granison is found fighting for her life in the middle of a street, then she succumbs to her injuries; Coroner Graham Hetrick suspects Granison may have been the victim of murder, not an accident.
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The tight-knit community of Hummelstown, Pa., is torn apart after 82-year-old Kathryn Bishop is found beaten to death; since every suspect has an alibi, Coroner Graham Hetrick must rely on evidence from an unlikely source.
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When the mutilated body of Dale Bloom is discovered in his Harrisburg, Pa., home, it's up to Coroner Graham Hetrick to determine who killed him and why he was targeted.
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Coroner Graham Hetrick is immediately called to the scene after the decomposed body of Marcus Garner is found abandoned in a Harrisburg, Pa., garage; Graham must use a special science and the common housefly to solve the case.
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In Harrisburg, Pa., 86-year-old Goldie Snyder is found brutally murdered in her bait shop; her wounds make Dauphine County Coroner Graham Hetrick suspect the killer has done this before and will kill again.
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In Hershey, Pa., Bob Curley dies after being rushed to the emergency room with bizarre symptoms; Coroner Graham Hetrick hunts for evidence to prove if Curley's exposure to a deadly poison was an accident or murder.
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Career U.S. Army soldier Sam Gore is found viciously stabbed inside his home in Harrisburg, Pa.; Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick must determine whether Gore was a soldier of misfortune or the victim of premeditated murder.
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After a fall down a flight of stairs, Jewel Schirmer dies from a traumatic brain injury; Coroner Graham Hetrick conducts an autopsy which arouses his suspicions, but it will take 10 years and two more mysterious deaths to lead Hetrick to the truth.
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Coroner Graham Hetrick is summoned to one of the strangest crime scenes of his career, later, he unearths something during the murder investigation that leads to an appalling conclusion.
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After Sue Behrens is murdered while working the late shift at a motel, signs point to a crime of passion, but Coroner Graham Hetrick knows the matter isn't so simple, and it will take 12 years to catch a killer and find justice for Behrens.

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