Between January 1994 and April 1996, in central Florida, the bodies of four men are found in a wooded area known as The Hog Trails. Police realize they are chasing a serial killer.
A search mission for three women missing in Yosemite Park turns to a murder investigation when two are discovered in the trunk of their burned out car.
A couple is found dead in the trunk of their car at their home in Toronto. The investigation eventually leads authorities to the couple's vacation home. Police soon learn of the "House Hermit" — an intruder breaking into area cottages and camping in them.
The largest police investigation of the decade lasted 23 days to catch a sniper who terrorized Washington, D. C. residents in 2002.
When an unidentified burned corpse is found in a field, experts turn to state-of-the-art forensics.