I came across this video lecture at Forum Network. Dr. Ann Marie Mires, a forensic nurse who cut her teeth in forensic anthropology, talks about forensic applications in Anthropology. It's a fascinating look at the development of forensic Anthropological techniques that have been developed over the years. She even talks about Clea Koff who wrote The Bone Woman. The video is about 1 hour and 47 minutes long.
WARNING: There are graphic forensic images within the video!
Mires, Ann Marie. 2009. "Forensic Applications in Anthropology". Forum Network. Posted: November 4, 2009. Available online: http://forum-network.org/lecture/ann-marie-mires-forensic-applications-anthropology