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The series follows Paul Holes as he dives into unsolved homicides by analyzing the physical and emotional "DNA" left behind during the violent interaction. With unprecedented access to crime scene photographs, case files and evidence, Holes investigates each crime utilizing his unique forensic and behavioral skillset. He lends his expertise in the latest technological advancements from familial and genetic genealogy to latent fingerprint and DNA phenotyping.

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In 1974, 17-year-old Carla Walker's reported abduction out of the arms of her boyfriend sends a Texas town on a massive manhunt; she is discovered murdered in a culvert three days later; Paul Holes interviews the only witness, Carla's boyfriend.
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In 2002, Tamekia Taylor, 27, is murdered in her home while she dressed for a holiday party; her crime scene resembles another Atlanta murder victim, Jennifer Clemmings, killed fewer than 2 months later.
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Investigating the scene in 1998, when Kathleen Heisey, an elementary school principal, is discovered dead inside her Bakersfield, Calif. home.
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In Atlanta, a voicemail captures businesswoman Jennifer Clemmings' last moments, along with the voice of her unidentified killer; Paul Holes and Loni Coombs are on the hunt to find the brutal murderer.
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Paul Holes and Yolanda McClary take on the unsolved murder of Sarah DeLeon, a young woman brutally stabbed to death on her way home from her boyfriend's house.
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Paul Holes and criminal behavioral analyst Laura Richards journey to Butte, Mont., to tackle the 1994 murder of Julianne Stallman, who was killed in a violent encounter; a long list of close personal relationships adds up to an elaborate whodunnit.
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In 1977, Sister Robin Elam is enjoying a beautiful afternoon on convent grounds when she is brutally murdered; Paul Holes arrives in Wheeling, W.V., to determine if this is a crime of opportunity or if Sister Robin was killed by someone she knew.
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Paul Holes takes on one of his most puzzling cases yet when he investigates the murder of Oakey "Al" Kite; in 2004, a man using the alias Robert Cooper contacts Al about a room for rent, but all he is really looking for is someone to kill.
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Paul Holes and Loni Coombs investigate the murder of Kay Wenal, wife of a millionaire businessman; she's killed in her home in the middle of the afternoon; investigating if this was a financially motivated crime or if Kay has a secret life.
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Paul Holes and Yolanda McClary investigate a double homicide that's left a small town in Iowa spooked for nearly 40 years; his quest to bring justice to the families of Rose Burkert and Roger Atkison leads him to an unexpected discovery.

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