Body of Evidence From the Case Files of Dayle Hinman

Body of Evidence

About the show

This riveting series gets inside the mind, life and career of one of the country's leading forensic profilers. In each episode, Dayle Hinman guides you through some of her most puzzling cases and explains how they were solved. These baffling mysteries often have no eyewitnesses, little evidence and no apparent motive. 


Upcoming episodes

Jul 18th

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.
Jul 18th

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.
Jul 18th

Small Town Terror

An elderly woman disappears from her home, along with her bed mattress. Several days later both turn up in hundred miles away in a remote field. With confusing evidence and no witnesses, investigators are baffled as to who could commit such a brutal crime against such a beloved woman. Can Criminal Profiler, Dayle Hinman help draw up a profile that will help pinpoint the man responsible?
Jul 18th

Cowards Come Calling

When JW Griffin is found murdered in his truck, there is no shortage of suspects. Between his affairs and some shady business dealings, any number of people may have wanted him dead. Hinman joins the case to help narrow down the suspect pool, but what investigators uncover surprises everyone.
Jul 18th

Godley: To Trap A Killer

Charles Godley Case: 58 year old Charles Godley is found in his home with a gunshot wound to his head. When investigators discover an empty pill bottle on his bedtime table, it looks like a clear-cut case of suicide. But a shocking clue recovered at the scene turns the suicide theory upside down.
Jul 18th

The Coin Shop Killer

Two people are murdered in broad daylight in a Billings, Montana’s coin shop. When investigators begin putting the pieces together, they realize this seemingly isolated crime is only one amongst a murder spree of coin sop owners across the country. Can Special Agent Dayle Hinman’s profile of the case help stop the coin shop killer before he finds another victim?
Jul 18th

Deadly Knowledge

A woman is found murdered in her bathtub. With a string of similar assaults in the area investigators must determine if a serial predator is on the loose or the death of the woman is an isolated crime. Police turn to criminal Profiler, Dayle Hinman to help decipher the clues in this baffling investigation.
Jul 18th

Mad Hatter

A man is found dead on the side of a rural, isolated road along with an abandoned car. After speaking with the victim's family and scouring the crime scene for evidence, police have no suspects, no leads, and little hope for solving this case. Can Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman provide investigators with the information they need to unravel this mystery?
Jul 18th

Home Deadly Home

An intruder breaks into the home of David and Brenda Vickers. In what seems to be burglary gone horribly wrong, both husband and wife are shot, and David dies, while Brenda miraculously lives. Any leads that investigators attempt to pursue come to a dead-end, until a re-examination of the crime scene leads to a shocking discovery.
Jul 18th

Mystery In Tavernier Key

Mystery in Tavernier Key(MacIvor case): A young couple is found dead in their home in the Florida Keys. Due to the location of the crime and the fact that the couple had just purchased a small plane -- the type of which is often used on drug runs -- local investigators are convinced that this is a drug execution. But Dayle Hinman, FDLE Profiler is convinced otherwise.