Cold Case Files 3 | 1998
Examines "cold cases" -- homicides and other crimes that go unsolved. The program goes inside cold case units as police use ground penetrating radar, forensic science and interrogation to crack some of the oldest crimes in the books. In Portland, Maine, a housewife disappears. One year later her body is unearthed in the cellar. Police are able to uncover a blueprint of the crime, etched in the blood of its victim. "Investigative Reports" watches as detectives grill the suspect to gain a confession. In England, Juliet Rowe was gunned down in her kitchen. Ten years later, her killer is arrested. The answer to unraveling this mystery brought English detectives to America where Colt .22 experts revealed a trick that made an unshootable gun shootable.