The murders of Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, shocked the small town of Delphi, Indiana because of their apparent randomness. But what makes this murder case different than most is that it is believed one of the victims may have captured audio and photo clues that point to her killer.
A&E Real Crime spoke with David Hall, a Florida-based forensic botanist who has worked on hundreds of criminal cases, to discuss the information plant life leave behind. And watch a video on how tree DNA helped solve a murder.
Katie Zejdlik, a biological anthropologist and collections and facility curator at a forensic body farm, tells us why researching dead bodies is important and why you might find a kebab skewer in the lab among the calipers and microscopes.