5 episodes

Death in Denmark revisits some of the most spectacular Danish homicide cases of our time, talking to those close to the crimes. Based on one of Denmark’s most popular true crime podcasts - Danske Drabssager - in each episode crime reporter Stine Bolther reviews a real-life murder case from start to finish. Going into the police investigation in depth, she explores the search for evidence, the reality of forensic science, and finally the conviction in court...
Death in Denmark is produced by Bauer Media and True Crime Agency, and brought to you by Crime Monthly magazine.

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Death in Denmark revisits some of the most spectacular Danish homicide cases of our time, talking to those close to the crimes. Based on one of Denmark’s most popular true crime podcasts - Danske Drabssager - in each episode crime reporter Stine Bolther reviews a real-life murder case from start to finish. Going into the police investigation in depth, she explores the search for evidence, the reality of forensic science, and finally the conviction in court...
Death in Denmark is produced by Bauer Media and True Crime Agency, and brought to you by Crime Monthly magazine.

    The Random Victim

    The Random Victim

    When a lifeless man was discovered in a Copenhagen office in 2017, investigators were desperate to find out how he had died. The police relied heavily on CCTV evidence to trace his final moments and unmask his killer, but a key witness was about to come forward. Lawyer Jakob Buch-Jepsen and professor of forensic medicine Hans Petter Hougen describe how vital evidence from his final moments played a crucial role in the trial.
    Cast: Former Homicide Boss Jens Møller Jensen, Lawyer Jakob Buch-Jepsen, Professor of Forensic Medicine Hans Petter Hougen, and Forensic Scientist Bent Hytholm Jensen.
    Host: Stine Bolther
    Produced by Bauer Media and True Crime Agency

    • 33 min
    The Body in the Butcher’s Tub

    The Body in the Butcher’s Tub

    In 1994 a Summer heatwave prompted a young couple to investigate a foul smell, and what they unearthed was truly shocking: a tub containing a decomposing body. But who was the dead man? Who had killed him, and why? A full reconstruction of the incident finally brought the murderer to justice.
    Cast: Former Homicide Investigator on the National Police Travel Team Kurt Kragh, Professor of Forensic Medicine Hans Petter Hougen, Forensic Technician Bent Hytholm Jensen, and Defense Attorney Mette Grith Stage
    Host: Journalist and crime reporter Stine Bolther

    • 41 min
    The Missing Family

    The Missing Family

    In Summer 2000, Marianne Pedersen, 36, and her two sons, Dennis, 10, and 12-year-old Brian, went missing. After her stepson was unable to reach the family, he alerted authorities that there was a suspicious note on her front door saying she had gone on holiday. On entering the Pedersen home, police found blood splattered across the house. Investigators quickly identified Marianne’s new partner Peter Lundin as the prime suspect.
    Cast: Former Homicide Boss Jens Møller Jensen, Lawyer Jakob Buch-Jepsen, Professor of Forensic Medicine Hans Petter Hougen, and Forensic Scientist Bent Hytholm Jensen.
    Host: Stine Bolther

    • 47 min
    The Woman in the Container

    The Woman in the Container

    The disappearance of a 45-year-old woman in 2013 started a missing person’s investigation that led to a grisly discovery. After her decomposing body was discovered in a container, the search for her killer began. What investigators were able to conclude about how the woman was killed was unprecedented for the Danish police. But would they be able to catch her murderer using evidence found in a cluttered apartment?

    Cast: Former Chief of Homicide Ove Pedersen, Forensic Engineer Bent Hytholm Jensen, Professor of Forensic Medicine Hans Petter Hougen and Lawyer Mette Grith Stage.
    Host: Crime Reporter Stine Bolther

    • 37 min
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