Blake is asked to investigate a mysterious car fire outside of Las Vegas. He learns that the fire was started with kerosene and the driver had a head wound on the back of his head, rather than the front as would be expected after a crash. Blake learns that the dead man was tried for embezzlement, but found not guilty and a woman who testified on his behalf lived at a ranch only a few miles from the crash site.
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Lt. Rod Blake
Oh, hello. I'm Rod Blake, chief investigator for the Nevada state troopers. This microscope has convicted more criminals than all the testimony I've given. One look through here and our lab men can come up with a lot of answers. Good solid evidence that can't be refuted. There's one thing a microscope can't do - look inside a human being, show a man's driving force that causes him to throw away his reason and yield to a murderous impulse. That's the way it was with the man in ...