Dr. Thomas Andrew, a medical examiner, says performing autopsies helped him understand the 'fragility of life.'
Dr. Thomas Andrew, retired chief medical examiner of New Hampshire and now a forensic consultant, speaks with A&E Real Crime about a surprising autopsy case he worked on that aided a murder case.
In 1991, four teenage girls were brutally murdered in a yogurt shop in Austin. The killers have never been caught and the crime has never been solved.
Bestselling true-crime writer Suzy Spencer tours a body farm at Texas State University, where researchers study body decomposition in different settings to help those in forensic science and law enforcement fields.
When you're paid to interview killers, you learn what to expect: lies, manipulation, and eventually, the truth.