Body of Proof (2011–2013)
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Daddy Issues 

Megan finally has her father's remains exhumed. But when she opens the casket she finds it empty. She then looks at her father's records but finds that they're gone too. She finds a key and... See full summary »

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Megan finally has her father's remains exhumed. But when she opens the casket she finds it empty. She then looks at her father's records but finds that they're gone too. She finds a key and finds it opens a secret compartment in her father's office. And in it is a file about a girl who was killed around the same time her father died. The girl was believed to be one of the victims of a serial killer. So Megan goes to see the man who claims she's not one of his victims. Megan goes over the medical examiner's report on the girl and surmises she wasn't killed by serial killer. And that she may have been killed by a cop because only someone working the case would have known how to make her appear to be one of his victims. So Megan and Tommy talk to the detective who investigated the serial killer and claims he doesn't know what they are talking about. Later the cop is killed. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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It was too short.
1 June 2013 | by (Gatlinburg,TN) – See all my reviews

This could of been a 2 hour final episode. It felt rushed to get to the ending. It didn't flow like that other episodes, a little stilted.

I felt like we need more information. Just because some one was in love does not explain all that she has done, or killed. The role of villain seemed out of character for the chief Martin. Although it was a nice plot twist to have Megan's therapist save her from the the chief.

With no body and no proof why kill those people after all that time. She could of blocked the order to exhume. It was kind of a let down. It felt more like a cliff hanger for another season then an ending. Also its an end of another show I love to watch, bummed.


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