Kennedy and John Lennon, to the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, this two DVD set takes an in-depth look at some of the most brutal and shocking crimes of the 20th Century.
Unsolved cases of The Black Dahlia murder and the Lindberg baby kidnapping are also featured.
Both Ted Bundy and Jack the Ripper are featured in this set.
With entries from two leading channels, the price is still amazingly low at $13.99. Cold Case Files : Not a perfect science, how has forensics helped in cases that were never solved?
It reveals for the first time the crime busting techniques and forensic science used by the FBI to break the most baffling cases.
From crime scene analysis to the most up-to-date laboratories, FBI agents relentlessly comb through mountains of evidence to narrow their search, ultimately prevailing over the perpetrators and bringing them to justice. Modern Marvels FBI Crime Lab : Go where few have gone before in this documentary from The History Channel.
You can also see true stories of The Boston Strangler, Charles Manson, Son of Sam, O. Simpson, along with many other infamous criminals and their crimes told with stunning archival film footage and rare photographs of the actual events. Forensic Casebook With Matthew Kelly : Matthew Kelly looks back at some of Britain’s most intriguing crimes and shows how forensic techniques were developed to crack previously unsolvable cases.
An excellent documentary for examining the history of forensic science. Stalking the Ripper : If you’re a fan of author Patricia Cornwell and forensic science, stop here.
Has a television show got you rethinking your passions?
With all the new and old crime procedural dramas, forensic science is more popular than ever.
But is a love of forensic science enough to make you a junkie?
Possibly, but if you want to rise above the typical junkie, you have to educate yourself.
To help in this quest are the below 50 fascinating documentaries for forensic science junkies.