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The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead season 2←The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead season 1
The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead season 2 episodes list:
Career U.S. Army soldier Sam Gore is found viciously stabbed inside his home in Harrisburg, Pa.; Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick must determine whether Gore was a soldier of misfortune or the victim of premeditated murder.
In Hershey, Pa., Bob Curley dies after being rushed to the emergency room with bizarre symptoms; Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick hunts for a strand of evidence to prove whether Curley's exposure to a deadly poison was accidental or murder.
In Harrisburg, Pa., 86-year-old Goldie Snyder is found brutally murdered in her bait shop; her wounds make Dauphine County Coroner Graham Hetrick suspect the killer has done this before and will kill again.
Coroner Graham Hetrick is immediately called to the scene after the decomposed body of Marcus Garner is found abandoned in a Harrisburg, Pa., garage; Graham must use a special science and the common housefly to solve the case.
When the mutilated body of Dale Bloom is discovered in his Harrisburg, Pa., home, it's up to Coroner Graham Hetrick to determine who killed him and why he was targeted.
The tight-knit community of Hummelstown, Pa., is torn apart after 82-year-old Kathryn Bishop is found beaten to death; since every suspect has an alibi, Coroner Graham Hetrick must rely on evidence from an unlikely source.
After what looks like a hit-and-run accident, Kim Granison is found fighting for her life in the middle of a street, then she succumbs to her injuries; Coroner Graham Hetrick suspects Granison may have been the victim of murder, not an accident.
When well-known bookie John Troutman is found brutally murdered in his apartment, Coroner Graham Hetrick is immediately called to the scene; the coroner must read Troutman's many wounds to uncover a hatred that lies dangerously close to home.
In Harrisburg, Pa., disc jockey Tony Haines is found dead with multiple gunshot wounds to his head; Coroner Graham Hetrick must determine if Haines was in the wrong place at the wrong time or targeted for keeping a deadly secret.
In Hummelstown, Pa., Dale Orwan is found savagely murdered in his home; Coroner Graham Hetrick is immediately called to the scene, where he discovers a house of horrors; the only suspect is a woman who left her clothes behind.