BLOODWORK

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Upcoming episodes

Nov 17th
900p

Digging Deeper

Meet Rocye D. Wilson, known to his colleagues as "Rayce." As the Director of Forensic Services for the Hillsborough County Sheriff's office he is knee deep in every homicide scene in Tampa, Florida. When a decomposing skeleton is found near bullets on a hiking trail, all he and his team have to go on are a few discarded beer cans and a shoe print. As they search the scene for evidence, how will they determine what was left by the criminal and what may have been left by innocent hikers?
Nov 17th
1000p

Crime Bites

Like fingerprints, everyone's teeth are unique. But is this true of animals as well? A man gets in a fight with a dog owner, who attacks him with a 2 by 4. After the man falls to the ground, the assailants' two pit bulls converge on the victim. The body is found dead, covered in dog bite marks. Who killed the man? Was it the blow from the 2 by 4? Or the dogs? Forensic Odontologist Dr. Ira Tutunik is a tooth detective, who identifies crime victims by their teeth, and criminals by their bite marks. The shape, size, alignment of teeth, even the chips and cracks and fillings tell stories.
Nov 17th
1100p

Who Will Clean This Bloody Mess?

Murder isn't pretty. When investigators are done collecting evidence they leave behind a bloody mess. That's when Ron Gospodarski and his Bio-Recovery crew step in. From grieving family members to brain matter that won't wash off, Bio-Recovery knows how to deal with it all. On call 24/7, they clean up what no one else will go near: crime scenes, death, accidents, body parts and blood. This is the scene of the crime that most people never see.
Nov 19th
400p

It's Not So Elementary

Crime Scene Investigators get one chance to document a crime scene and take away evidence. They have to be fast, alert, and thorough. When a young girl is kidnapped and possibly murdered they need to know all the tricks of their trade. Sergeant Jeffrey Friedel puts CSI wannabes through their paces collecting blood, bullets, finger prints and even paint chips to teach them the art of forensic science.
Nov 19th
500p

Swindle In Suburbia

It's the American Dream: owning a home in a good neighborhood. Never did it seem more accessible than during America's housing boom. But dreams went bust when mortgage rates for home owners' in a Pennsylvania development suddenly went through the roof. And the mortgage company had the papers to prove that the owners approved it! What didn't they see when they signed on the dotted line? It took the skills of document forensic expert Gerhard Wendt to uncover the swindle in suburbia.
Nov 26th
400p

Maggots Tell Tales

Residents of a Florida neighborhood complain that a stench of decay is hovering over a backyard. Police respond to find a rancid odor and a seething mass of maggots. Days later, a decomposing body is found twelve miles away. Why is Forensic Entomologist -or bug expert - Dr. Jason Byrd called in? How will he use maggots from both scenes to help discover if a crime took place and if the two sites are related?
Nov 26th
500p

Evidence From Ashes

Three children and their parents are killed when a deadly fire rips through their home. Was this a tragic accident? Or was the family victim of a terrible crime? Fire Inspector Victor Zamaloff is called in to investigate. Part detective and part scientist, Zamaloff has one burning desire - to make evidence rise from ashes. Follow him through the ruined hulk of a burned home to discover how this family met their fate.
Dec 3rd
400p

Trace Evidence

A smash and grab robbery. A hit and run car accident. A mad gunman firing into a crowd. A horrifying car crash on a highway. An illegal tree cutting operation and an arsonist setting a deadly blaze.- 5 completely unrelated crimes but 5 cases that will all hinge on a key piece of evidence so small to be invisible to the naked eye and only one man who has the experience, the tenacity, and the dedication to find them.
Dec 3rd
500p

Exhumation of Jane Doe , The

For 40 years "Jane Doe" lay in an unmarked grave, the victim of a vicious murder. Her identity was never discovered. But now with advances in forensic science, including computer modeling, Forensic Anthropologist Erin Kimmerle believes she can put a face to the victim. Witness the exhumation of Jane Doe's skeleton. Can Erin Kimmerle's skill and expertise match a face to the remnants of a skull?
Dec 10th
400p

Written in Blood

A Florida man makes an emergency call to police. He's arrived home to find his wife murdered and his house robbed. It looks like a burglary gone wrong, but blood on the husband's clothes may tell a different story. To Blood Spatter expert Stuart James, a blood pattern is like a message written in code. Taking viewers through a series of bloody experiments, he separates fact from fiction and discovers if the husband is telling the truth.