This special explores two suspicious cases of death that were brought to HBO's attention as a result of a component of the Autopsy website.
A boy-scout leader saved by unhatched maggot eggs. An almost-perfect murder in the classic Hitchcock tradition.
One of the country's leading forensic pathologists details many of the cases and crimes that he helped solve as a "detective of death."
An entire family is poisoned by an unknown intruder. A baby girl is found unconscious in her crib and ends up dying.
A twisted case of sibling sabotage. A missing-person mystery with a sticky solution.
The strangled corpse of a pregnant woman turns up in an ice chunk on the Hudson.
Michael Baden, former Chief Medical Examiner of NYC, shares details on landmark cases like JFK, Sid Vicious and more.
A severed hand is found along a river bank. The corpses of a mother and child are unearthed in a spring thaw.
Michael Baden shows how forensic science and "detectives of death" cracked four criminal cases.
This special brings to light many of the strangest, most fascinating cases involving men and women.
A mother reports two separate kidnappings of her infant daughters -- and both children are found dead.