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National Geographic Channel

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  • THE NIGHT STALKER

ABOUT THE SHOW

Fingerprints have been used for identification purposes for centuries, but their role in CSI is a relatively recent phenomenon. 

It took the pioneering work of Argentine anthropologist Juan Vucetich in 1892 to realise their crime-cracking potential – and in doing so, inspire the techniques used to snare Richard Ramirez, the infamous ‘Night Stalker’ who terrorised Los Angeles almost a century later.

In the premiere of The Night Stalker on Monday 11 June at 9pm discover how a technique developed in the 19th century helped CSIs to crack the case of a merciless killer.
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