Life on Mars

Life on Mars (2006)

1 corrected entry in Episode #2.4

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Episode #2.4 - S2-E4

Corrected entry: The autopsy doctor told Hunt that he had to pry the "flower of death" from the first victim's severely rigomortised hands, yet he shows the detectives a pristine flower that looks as if it has been freshly picked. Surely the flower should have been crushed?

Correction: The murderer would not have pressed the girl's hands so tight that it would crush the flower. Rigor mortis made her hand difficult to pry open, not necessarily clench tightly.

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