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Forensic Files Season 1 Episodes 11-13

Episode 11 Outbreak

1985. In South Dakota and Minnesota people were infected by a mysterious outbreak. Alarmingly high levels of thyroid hormones pump through the systems of South Dakota residents. Investigators study one family who all got sick, except their 12-year-old son who is a vegetarian. It seems that when drug companies started manufacturing synthetic thyroid hormones, they stopped buying thyroid tissue from butchers who did not trim these parts, but rather sold them as ‘extra lean beef.’ The outcome: the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture bans meat plants from using meat in or near the gullet for beef and pork products. Another gay disease one. 1985 I thought the meat would of been safer. Now I would never by meat at a store in Minnesota with Somalians working at the plants. Odds are they piss and shit in the meat.

Episode 12 The List Murders

  I meant to write about this one  a few years ago. This guy like William Bradford Bishop and William Fischer murdered his whole family. Unlike Bishop and Fischer List got caught. John Emil List murdered his wife, 3 children, and his mother. He shot them all to death.He wrote a letter to his pastor of his church admitting to the murders. List was a so called devote Lutheran.
  List was having money problems. Who thought his family would stop going to church and was mad that his daughter wanted to pursue an acting career.
  He eluded authorities for 18 years until he was shown on America’s Most Wanted. The oldest case they had ever aired.

Episode 13 Raw Terror

A boy scout in Alabama get sick. Some weird blood clot disease. Pretty much another boring episode not even worth watching. The kid ate raw hamburger off of the ground on a boyscout camping trip.

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