Dr. G works on unexplained deaths in orange and osceola counties in florida, as well as similar deaths from her previous employment as an associate medical examiner in bexar county, texas. The show features dramatic re-enactments of the events leading up to the person's death as well as the autopsies. Interviews with dr. G, family members, and other people connected to the deaths are also shown.
A mother of nine mysteriously disappears from the family business in Citrus County, Florida. Did she leave on her own, or was she taken against her will? Hinman and a team of investigators navigate the twists and turns of this bizarre case to its shocking end.
One of Their Own
Jennifer Johnson is a beautiful girl who works in the local police supply store was found dead, naked on her bed, apparently strangled. The Police search in earnest for the person who killed one of their own. Several suspects emerge in the early stage of investigation but without many clues and desperate to solve the case, police call in Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman. Upon examination of the evidence, Agent Hinman notices right away that that the offender is certainly someone Jennifer knew and it soon becomes clear that the person responsible was right next door.
To Live Another Day
A young law student, Doug Norwood, is ambushed in his apartment by two men. He fends off his would-be killers and manages to escape with only superficial gun-shot wounds. When he reports the crime the investigators assume Norwood was involved in a drug-deal gone bad. The only problem with this conclusion is that Norwood has no record and doesn’t use drugs. Then a month later another attempt on Norwood’s life is made, this time with a car bomb. Seemingly indestructible Norwood survives another attack. But who is behind these failed hits? Can agent Dayle Hinman and investigators track down this vengeful killer?
Anita Spearman is found bludgeoned to death in her bedroom. As a retired cancer survivor, who had recently been nominated by colleagues for a “Leading Ladies” Award, Anita seemingly had no enemies. A crime scene with missing valuables points to a burglary gone-bad. But without any signs of forced entry, detectives are stumped. The number one suspect, Anita’s millionaire husband who had access to the home, has a rock-solid alibi. Then, a lead-a drifter is found with Anita’s possessions. Detectives call in criminal profiler Dayle Hinman, but she believes that someone close to Anita is the killer, and that it was well-planned. Can Dayle and detectives keep digging to reveal the true killer?
A young deaf girl, Darlene VanDerGeisen uncharacteristically misses two days of work. Detectives begin investigating. Interviews with friends and family lead them to her ex-boyfriend, Jeff Hayden. After a thorough inspection though, Hayden is cleared of any wrong-doing. With no leads, detectives call in agent Dayle Hinman. She advises them to delve into VanDerGeisen’s laptop, where threatening emails are discovered. They track down the writer, Daphne Wright, a female friend of VanDerGeisen’s. Earlier interviews revleal that Wright was jealous that VanDerGeisen had struck up a friendship with her ex-girlfriend. Can Dayle Hinman and Detectives prove that a vicious letter writer could also be a killer?
A Tragic Turn
The evidence stacks up slowly: first a fisherman spots a submerged car in a river in the small town of Beaufort, days later a man spots a dead body in a secluded field. Detectives discover that both belong to James Dillard Jr. Family member say Dillard went to run some errands and simply never returned. Through careful investigation Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman and a team of detectives are able to link this small town murder with the seedy underworld of gang violence.
Letters From the Grave
Lisa-Marie Kimmel Case: A young woman vanishes while traveling across a desolate stretch of Wyoming Highway. Weeks later her body is found on the banks of a secluded river. With no leads and zero suspects, criminal profiler Dayle Hinman joins a years-long hunt for an elusive killer.
Hiding in Plain Sight
Joseph Foley Case: A murdered man. A missing money clip. It looks like a case of robbery gone wrong. But when Special Agent Dayle Hinman reviews the case, she’s sure that below the surface is a far deeper mystery.
Killer Among Us, A
Randall Woodfield Case: When Julie Reitz is found shot and sexually assaulted in her home, investigators think they’re dealing with an isolated incident but when Special Agent Hinman reviews the files, she’s sure the killer has struck before…and will strike again. After months of dead ends and dogged detective work, a break in the case closes the books on Julie Reitz’s case…and many others.
Slain by a Secret
Tammie Smith goes missing and when her car is found abandoned in a parking lot investigators wonder if she’s been a victim of a random carjacking. But Special Agent Hinman thinks they’re dealing with something far more sinister. Sure enough, when Smith’s body is found miles away from the parking lot her corpse tells the story of a violent struggle. One clue in particular stands out to Hinman and gives detectives insight into the perpetrator’s mind.
Mystery in Florida
Williamson Case: Lester Williamson had just moved into a new home and was ready for retirement, but his cold-blooded murder put an end to those plans. Soon investigators zero in on his old roommate who, after a bitter falling out, seemed to have plenty of motive to kill. But when his alibi checks out, Special Dayle Hinman reviews the case and breathes new life into the investigation.
Death Comes Knocking
When schoolteacher, Kasey Rae, is found beaten and stabbed on the side of a road investigators are hard pressed to find anyone with a motive to kill her. Special Agent Hinman suspects that Rae was a random victim of this brutal crime and it’s the victim’s dog that helps put the pieces of the crime together.