After a mysterious hooded figure kills a prominent psychiatric researcher, Murdoch investigates the doctor’s former patients.
When a corpse crashes through a theatre’s ceiling and lands onstage in the midst of Macbeth, Murdoch and Brackenreid delve into the backstage intrigues of the city’s leading Shakespearean acting troupe.
When two boys discover a body in the woods near a nudist community, Murdoch must uncover the victim’s relationship to the group with Crabtree’s unorthodox help. Julia, meanwhile, learns that obtaining a divorce will be harder than she had anticipated.
While demonstrating a newfangled alternating current to the public, Miss Toronto Electric & Light dies onstage. A tragic accident or murder? Detective William Murdoch enlists the help of Nikola Tesla to find out.
When Wendell Merrick dies from a blow to the head before his wedding, the case looks like a simple robbery gone wrong. But questions about the groom’s ways lead Murdoch into Toronto’s homosexual subculture.
Boys playing on the lakeshore discover the bruised, beaten body of Richard Hartley - scion of a wealthy family. Investigating the case, Murdoch finds dark secrets beneath a gleaming world of privilege.
While researching a new novel, Arthur Conan Doyle returns to Toronto and meddles in a case involving a mad ventriloquist who seems to have murdered his father. Murdoch begins to suspect a hidden agenda.
Murdoch has become a gold prospector in the Klondike. When a woman arrested for murder asks him to help prove her innocence, Murdoch is reluctant to return to his former line of work. Meanwhile, Crabtree struggles to lead his first investigation on his own, and Dr. Ogden begins training a new coroner.
A trunk delivered to Inspector Brackenreid contains a lawyer’s naked corpse and a taunting note. When a second trunk turns up, Murdoch races to find the killer before his boss becomes the next victim.
Murdoch accompanies his hero to a séance, where the medium guides him to the body of a skeptical psychic investigator. Did the clues indeed come from the spirit world? Or did the medium have a motive for murder?
The discovery of dismembered body parts encased in a concrete block poses a seemingly impenetrable mystery, but Murdoch chips away at the case, despite the resistance of prickly pathologist Dr. Llewellyn Francis.
Who could have murdered Howard Rookwood? Everyone admired the well-known philanthropist, killed in his glue factory. When suspicions fall on employees, Murdoch uncovers another side to the victim’s character.
After celebrating a big win, boxer Amos Robinson goes down for the count, courtesy of a gunshot to the chest. A witness finds Robinson’s wife, Fannie, standing over the body but Murdoch aims to prove her innocence.
Crabtree and Brackenreid are on the case to find the killer of a talented competitive puzzle-solver.
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