Tag Archives: crime scene investigation

The Art of Impression Evidence

“There is no branch of detective science that is so important and so much neglected as the art of tracing footsteps”, simply stated by the fictional detective character, Sherlock Holmes, from “A Study in Scarlet” written in 1881. How important … Continue reading

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The chaos of the crime scene told a story. #Serial #Suspense

THROUGH THE EYES OF ALBERT JOSEPH Serial Suspense – Episode 4 Police cars encircled the small rural house.  Each vehicle parked precariously, but with an underlying plan known to cops.  The sound of heavy footsteps of police issue boots moved … Continue reading

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Gunshot Residue Creates an Impression

Gunshot residue or GSR is an important component to any homicide crime scene involving the discharge of a firearm.  It tells a story.  The big question is how accurate is the story and is it retold correctly.  As they say, … Continue reading

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Gather Around and Discover the Impression Evidence at the Crime Scene

“There is no branch of detective science that is so important and so much neglected as the art of tracing footsteps.” This was simply stated by the fictional detective character, Sherlock Holmes from A Study in Scarlet written in 1881. … Continue reading

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Catch up with the Indies and Walk a Crime Scene on BOOK & CRIME TALK

I have just wrapped another blog talk radio show on BOOK & CRIME TALK this week.  I love chatting with interesting people, whether it is a bestselling author or a cold case detective, I learn something new with every show. … Continue reading

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Art of Interrogation

A sweating suspect under the scrutiny of an overzealous cop is what comes to mind during an interrogation at a police station.  There are actually many other ways to get a suspect to spill the beans and to read their … Continue reading

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Trapped by a Serial Killer in DEAD BURN Sneak Peek

He made his way around to the back of the building carefully examining each step.  A metal door caught his eye, which led directly to the alley and it appeared strangely out of place.  The doorknob glistened bright silver, sparkling … Continue reading

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