Iris, a young mother, is beaten and shot to death in her tough Harrisburg neighborhood. Investigators aren’t lacking for suspects—but Hetrick sees signs of a crime of passion and believes Iris’ killer could be hiding in plain sight.
Coroner Finds Reason To Believe This Young Mother's Killer Likely Knew Her Well
Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick is facing the biggest challenge of career: prove multiple murders when there are no bodies, and nobody knows the identity of the victims. If successful, he could stop a serial killer in his tracks.
Could These Unearthed Human Bones Be The Work Of A Serial Killer?
When a woman is killed in her backyard, investigators focus on her family. But coroner Graham Hetrick believes this is a special kind of assassin who kills for the thrill of it. The clock is ticking; will the murderer be caught before he strikes again?
Could The Autopsy Indicate Who Brutally Murdered This Mom In Her Own Backyard?
Wife and mother, Sue Behrens, is murdered while working a late-shift at a motel. Signs point to a crime of passion, but Hetrick knows it isn't so simple. Still, no one imagines it will take 12 years to catch a killer and find justice for Sue.
A Husband's Search For The Killer In The Brutal Slaying Of His Wife
When the smoke clears from a mysterious car fire, a charred body is discovered in the backseat. Hetrick identifies the victim and in piecing together the secrets of this man’s life and death, reveals atrocities no one ever imagined.
How A Body Is Identified After Severe Burning In Mysterious Car Fire
When a young, married couple is discovered in the aftermath of a house fire, firefighters fear they arrived too late. Coroner Graham Hetrick knows this fire is no accident... it's a double murder. Graham may find the truth, but will justice be served?
How The Coroner Knew This House Fire Was No Accident
In Hershey, PA, Bob Curley dies shortly after being rushed to the E.R. with bizarre symptoms. Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick is on the hunt for a strand of evidence to prove if Bob's exposure to a deadly poison was accidental... or murder.
Coroner Finds Man Has 900 Times The Normal Amount Of Thalium - Was It Murder?
Goldie Snyder, 86, a fixture in Harrisburg, PA's fishing community, is found brutally murdered in her bait shop. Her wounds make Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick suspect the killer has done this before - and unless captured, will kill again.
Who Would Be Capable Of Killing This 86-Year-Old Fishing Shop Owner?