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'The Second What': Science, Tragedy and Mental Abyss in Forensic Files
Millions of readers and viewers are fascinated by stories about crimes that have actually been committed. In later years there has been an excess of access to true crime novels, movies, TV series, podcasts and blogs, spanning a wide range of formats and subgenres. This article explores some episodes in the series Forensic Files (1996-) in order to explain connections between mind reading, the tragic and true crime. The tragic as concept and mindreading challenges are used to enlighten the roledoi:10.6092/issn.2421-454x/10583 fatcat:thl67gwxhfektc4p3qg46bsw4a