Jane Doe: Solving The Murder Of A Woman With No Name | Dark Waters Of Crime | Real Crime



Following the gruesome discovery of a skeleton on an island in New Brunswick, detectives seek to unravel the mystery of the woman with no name.

To criminals, water can be a real asset, helping to cover up the evidence of a crime. To investigators, water can be a great hindrance, making the gathering of evidence all the more challenging. But investigators have devised some extraordinary measures to find what they are looking for when a crime involves water. Each episode of this series deals with a specific water-related crime, and the methods employed by crime lab specialists to bring the perpetrators to justice.

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