But there's more to the case than that, the victim appears to have exploded and burned, yet there is no trace of an explosion or fire. Meanwhile, Julia visits her father, only to learn that he has passed away. Episode 17: Blast of Silence When a big-name industrialist is found atop a telephone pole with a noise-activated bomb strapped to him, Murdoch and the team do all they can to keep the area quiet. But when reports come in of multiple Cassie Chadwicks in the area, it seems that this case could be one of mistaken identity. Ogden Crabtree and Brackenreid are on the case to find the killer of a talented competitive puzzle-solver. Some episodes feature anachronistic technology whereby Murdoch sometimes uses the existing technology of his time to improvise a crude prototype of a technology that would be more readily recognizable to the show's 21st-century audience.
Others who worked there include retired Chief Constable Stockton who was the station's inspector and Brackenreid, who was a uniformed officer. He has the support of his somewhat doubtful superior, Inspector Brackenreid, though at times, even he finds Murdoch's methods - and claims - somewhat astounding. In one episode, for instance, he creates a primitive version of sonar to locate a sunken ship in Lake Ontario. Ready to cruise on its first trip bound for Rochester, New york city, Murdoch intends to remain aboard after he finds out that Julia is among the visitors aboard for the first trip. Episode 7: Loch Ness Murdoch In the middle of a heat wave, a woman turns up dead on the beach of Lake Ontario. Disc 3 Episode 10: Murdoch in Ragtime When the director of a vocal group is found dead on the docks, Murdoch turns to the rest of the choir in search of answers. The deceased was found inside a room locked from within with no other entrance.
Murdoch calls his methods a new science forensics. While the president barely clings to life, Murdoch and the rest of the team set out to find the group behind the assassination attempt. Meanwhile, his always-complex relationship with Dr. Murdoch arrives at the scene, where Chauncey's body lies crumpled on the paving stones. Murdoch, there on witness duty, winces as Pleasant pulls the trap door handle and sends Fox to his maker. Julia is an excellent pathologist almost impossible profession for a woman. Murdoch must delve into the burgeoning world of film to solve the murder-but not before the director decides to make a film starring Murdoch himself.
Grace determines that the victim was an adult male with the cause of death most likely a blow to the temple. Then the mayor of the town is found in a similar situation, and Murdoch knows he must find the culprit before these men become martyrs in the name of progress. What was supposed to be a carefree time away from the city suddenly turns dark when one of the party is found dead. The constabulary is hired to guard the painting's return to the Pendrick mansion and is daringly stolen from the elevator, leaving a dead security guard in the car. However, after one of the patients dies from falling out of her window, Murdoch's investigation forces him to confront some fears of his own.
But plans for the transfer do not pan out, and Gillies is put on the same car as the rest of the passengers, leaving everyone on edge. Something has gone terribly wrong at Barnett's Travelling Royal Circus. The concrete floor had been poured in 1881 and records indicate that Chief Constable Giles was the detective at Station House 4 at that time. When it is discovered that she was a contestant of a purity pageant, the team's attention turns to her competition. Episode 11: Journey to the Center of Toronto A jewelry shop is robbed, and the only clue is a hole in the ground that could not have been dug by hand.
He has the support of his somewhat doubtful superior, Inspector Brackenreid, though at times, even he finds Murdoch's methods - and claims - somewhat astounding. Their examination reveals a genuine risk to the ship. Interviews with Abigail's friends and family and the discovery of one of her erotic photos help Murdoch zero in on the location where the pictures were taken, a studio owned by a photographer named Marcus Evans. The television series is based on the series of novels by Maureen Jennings. Episode 9: A Midnight Train to Kingston Murdoch and the team are bringing their nemesis James Gillies to the city of Kingston for his execution.
As dashing Detective William Murdoch Yannick Bisson pioneers new forensic techniques to solve baffling murders, he crosses paths with famous figures including Arthur Conan Doyle, Houdini, and H. Episode 8: Republic of Murdoch When the body of a Newfoundland man is found, Inspector Crabtree-from Newfoundland himself-chases after the only suspect but can't quite keep up. Before Ogden can react, Fox knocks her unconscious and runs out. The man shows no emotions, and Murdoch is confused by an admission by the man's daughter. Based on the novels by Maureen Jennings, seen on public television. He obviously fell from the balcony but did he jump or was he pushed? This award-winning Canadian mystery follows Detective William Murdoch as he solves the most perplexing mysteries of Edwardian-era Toronto with scientific insight and revolutionary techniques.
A broken glass photographic negative that was buried with the victim is the vital clue that leads them to the murderer. When another man is murdered in a similar fashion and a third body is uncovered, Murdoch and Holmes join forces. Grace examines the remains, there seem to be some inconsistencies in the man's story. Episode 16: Kung Fu Crabtree A group of Chinese officials are in town searching for rebels who have fled to Toronto. Lulu has since been shot and killed but rumors have started circulating that this wasn't simply a case of 'tiger gone bad'. Murdoch is called in and soon discovers the victim was universally despised by his kin. Alas, Murdoch who lost his fiancee recently is a catholic, doctor Ogden is not of that religion.
Chauncey Beaton runs down the halls of the mansion from an unseen pursuer. Julia Ogden and Constable George Crabtree, Murdoch introduces such concepts as finger marks and lie detecting machines. Lulu, the white Siberian tiger went berserk and partially devoured its trainer before escaping into the streets. Murdoch and Julia partner up to solve the crime, and as they delve deeper into the investigation, the mystery begins to resemble a cold case from their past. Osler Regrets 11x6 -- Nov 06, 2017 -- 21 Murdoch Street 11x7 -- Nov 13, 2017 -- The Accident 11x8 -- Dec 04, 2017 -- Brakenreid Boudoir 11x9 -- Dec 11, 2017 -- The Talking Dead 11x10 -- Jan 08, 2018 -- F.