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Thanksgiving Forensics: 2 Killers Finally Brought to Justice

Thanksgiving is the time of the year when many of us show our gratitude for life’s blessings. For some people, however, this holiday is just another reminder of a horrific memory that never relents. And that haunting recollection is the … Continue reading

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From Love to Murder: 2 High-Profile Valentine’s Day Killings

For most of us, Valentine’s Day is a time of romantic gestures, flowers and those heart-shaped candies that taste like chalk. Unfortunately, though, this lovey-dovey atmosphere has the opposite effect on some. So, instead of a romantic candlelight dinner, psychopathic … Continue reading

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Murder by Poison: Two High-Profile Forensic Toxicology Cases

Forensic toxicology is one of the many fields of science that populates the intriguing world of investigative forensics. The main purpose of forensic toxicology is to aid law enforcement in understanding the extent to which ingested substances contributed to a person’s … Continue reading

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Gruesome Mysteries: Forensics Cracks the Case Once Again

For many of us, the area in which we live is filled with relative peace and tranquility. But, sometimes, a gruesome and brutal crime will occur in our community. And then suddenly, that harmony is turned upside down. Fortunately, modern … Continue reading

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6 Fascinating Advances in Forensic Science #Crime #Writing

Originally posted on Author Jennifer Chase:
Photo courtesy of http://www.mitnicksecurity.com. Forensic science is a captivating topic, as evidenced by the droves of television shows and movies that dabble in the theme. The problem is – these programs, albeit entertaining, are…

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Creepy History: 3 Horrific Medieval and Renaissance Serial Killers

Many people believe that serial killers are a relatively new phenomenon. And that these homicidal maniacs are a terrifying by-product of modern society’s manic pace and lifestyle. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. In fact, serial killers have existed for millennia … Continue reading

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Two High-Profile Deadly Mysteries Recently Solved by Forensics

Years pass, but the scars remain. Family members agonize for a resolution of the case that destroyed their lives. While many cold cases go unsolved, there always remains a sliver of hope that a resolution will be attained. Whether it’s—a … Continue reading

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