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Forensic Files Season 1 Episodes 1-5

Episode 1- The Murder of Helle Craft

   1986, Newton, CT- Helle Crafts realises that her husband Richard is having an affair from a private investigator.  They were married for 12 years, had 3 small children, and both worked for an airline. Richard was also a part time cop.
   Richard would beat Helle’s ass sometimes also. She filed for divorce after she found out about the affair. Shortly after all of this happened Helle went missing. I don’t want to ruin too much for you hear but there is a wood chipper involved.

Episode 2- The Magic Bullet

1991- Dallas- A 14 year old named Trey Cooley gets hit with a bullet at a gun range in Texas. Forensics science shows how it was an accident. Trey’s father was an ex-state trooper. Investigators found numerous flaws in the gun ranges safety features. The Cooley’s filed a negligence law suit against the gun range. The Cooley’s revieved 3 million dollars from the gun range. Really who fucking cares it doen’s bring him back. Sad.

Trey Cooley 1977-1991
Episode 3 The House That Roared

1992- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Caren Campano (born July 15th, 1949)was on her third marriage. She argued with her loser husband Chris who was 15 years younger than her. Chris was an employed drug addict. Karen and Chris so called argued that night because Karen was angry that he wouldn’t go into drug rehab. Chris claims that the house was burglarised when he was out drinking at the bar that night after the argument. Hmm you are unemployed and a drug addict. Yet you have money to not only drink, but drive and drink at the bar. Wonder who is paying for all that?
  There was a huge blood stain in the bedroom. Blood was everywhere in the bedroom. On the ceiling, the floor, and the walls. Detectives believed that someone was beat with a blunt object. Plus Chris pawned some of Karen’s jewelry after she took off. And his alibi was weak. The bartender did not recall Chris at the bar. I wonder why. Maybe because he wasn’t fucking there.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/178291709/caren-campano

Episode 4 The Foot Path Murders

  1982- Narborough, England.Linda Mann(15) was murdered on a foot path in England. This case marks the first time DNA evidence was ever used in a court of law. You learn something new every day. See Brits they just didn’t play cricket and drink tea first. There wasn’t another murder for 3 years. Dawn Ashworth(15) like Linda strangled and sexually assaulted.
  Some nut case named Richard Buckland, admitted to one of the murders( He was working in a mental institution near by) The DNA proved he was innocent. Should of kept him locked up anyway.
   27 year old Colin Pitchfork a married baker with 2 children was found guilty. The DNA evidence proved it. Even though Pitchfork got someone to take a DNA test for him at first. Problem is the person who took it got pissed up in the bar and bragged about it and someone told the pigs. Sucks to be him.

Episode 5 Planted Evidence

1992- Phoenix,AZ  A body was found just outside of Phoenix. It belonged to Denise Johnson a druggie hooker and mother or 2 from the projects. Her street hooker name was Twist Mamma. She liked to rip off truckers, when she died she tested positive for cocaine. Plant dna was used here for the first time, Mark Bogan was charged with the murder.Bogan must of been mentally ill. Not only a killer who picked up a hooker but the worst thing that makes him the sickest is the hooker was black.

Episode 6 Southside Strangler

1987- Virginia. This shows the case where a negro (Timothy Spencer) in Virginia killed and raped at least 5 women in the late 80’s. It was the first time DNA evidence had ever been used to convict a serial killer in the US. Not to be confused with the first time which happened in Episode 4 there in the UK. They also believed Spencer may have committed another murder in 1984 which another man was in jail for. He was let free due to DNA.
  Victims- Debbie Davis(35), Dr. Susan Hellams, 15 year old Diane Cho, Susan Tucker(44). All strangled to death and raped.
  Timothy Spencer was a 25 year old Richmond resident. Known to police. Spencer was sentenced to death and executed in 1994.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_Wilson_Spencer

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