investigation

Whodunnit, and why? All about criminal investigations and the forensic methods used to search for clues and collect evidence to get to the bottom of the crime.

Drew Lindsey5 months ago
In the Monster's Crosshairs
Disclaimer: I can already hear people attacking this piece letter by letter saying I should not write things that frighten people. If you are not interested in reading something that could be describe...
Drew Lindsey5 months ago
It's Been a MADDEN-ing Week
With the KSP announcement and arrest of Timmy Madden on Friday, an artificial calm descended on the town of Scottsville, Kentucky. Residents are relieved for the Doolin family and ready to feel like t...
Drew Lindsey5 months ago
Small Town, Saturday Night
Small Town Saturday Night Nov 16, 2015 Small town Saturday night? Is that how the song goes? A little league football game, the first freeze of fall, news of a fresh Kentucky governor, yet another tel...
Emily -5 months ago
The Crossbow Cannibal (Cliffhanger)
Crossbow Prologue: I was hoping when I woke up this morning all the things I had tried to forget yesterday would be completely wiped from my memory. Wait... Don't get me wrong, I'm not justifying how ...
Edward Anderson5 months ago
Cannibal Competent
Here’s a pro tip for all the straight guys: When your girlfriend (or fuck buddy) asks you to eat her, she doesn’t mean like a hamburger. That should go without saying, but here we are. 36-year-old Jos...
Reid Moore5 months ago
True Crime Blotter: 8/12/18
CHEROKEE COUNTY, GA: "Armed and Dangerous" Jacob Henson wanted by police after alleged violent crime wave 25-year-old Jacob Henson is wanted by Cherokee County, GA police after a violent, armed crime ...
Nicola P. Young5 months ago
Risks of Using DNA Websites in Criminal Investigations
Genealogy websites use DNA samples to give their users information about themselves: their ethnic background, risk of certain diseases, even traits like hair color and detached earlobes. But a genealo...
Charles Shi6 months ago
Inspector General Refused Criminal Investigation On Massive Counterfeiting Boeing Safety Critical Parts
Inspector General of U.S. Department of Transportation refused the lawful request of criminal investigation raised by this FAA whistle blower, Charles Shi, on a matter of massive counterfeiting safety...
Aaron Blackburn6 months ago
Justice for April Tinsley
April 1988 in my hometown of Fort Wayne, IN. April Tinsley was walking home from a friend's house to get an umbrella she had left at another friend's house. That would be the last time anyone saw Apri...
Wade Wainio6 months ago
Catching 'The Beast' - Examining Serial Killer Luis Garavito's Capture (And Fate)
As forensic science advances, one can imagine technology solving more and more crimes. It's not crazy to imagine crime-solving “apps” used on a large-scale basis, even on cold cases. Nevertheless, not...
Caesar Finkle6 months ago
Surprising Ways Criminal Investigators Solve Mysteries
No longer can a police officer dust up some fingerprints and find the culprit. Any law enforcement officer in the United States will tell you that a crime scene is only as good as the science that goe...
CSI
It is difficult to find a coherent and reasonable definition for crime scene investigation. However, Marilyn T. Miller, a tenured, associate professor in the Department of Forensic Science at Virginia...
Jen Chichester7 months ago
Michigan's Missing: Five Unsolved Disappearances From the Mitten State
Every day, we go about our business, not spending much time thinking about what it would be like to vanish off the face of the earth. These missing persons probably never entertained those thoughts, e...
Jodie harris7 months ago
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?
The scene sets in Hagley Woods, Worcestershire in the UK; where World War II was still in uproar, four young local boys were out in the woods when they discovered a human skull inside a hollow tree tr...
Patty Ramsen7 months ago
Top Investigative Journalists of All Time
Without journalism, there is no first amendment, and investigative journalists are especially crucial to not only free speech but also truth in investigative reporting. These reporters expose corrupti...
Charles Shi7 months ago
FAA Acted to Protect Chinese Counterfeiter Instead of Flying Public's Safety: Part Two
Moog criminal suspect was fully aware of violation of NHJ traceability which he had no confidence himself. Voice/words of Mr. Joe Zou, Moog criminal suspect who colluded with the Chinese counterfeiter...
Hailey Corum7 months ago
A Flower Plucked Too Early
1986—The year of the Hands Across America charity, the debut of The Oprah Winfrey Show, the first Studio Ghibli film, and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Unfortunately, 1986 also marks the year of Jan...
Skunk Uzeki7 months ago
Best Investigative Podcasts to Listen to Right Now
True crime fans, unite! It's creepy, mysterious, and macabre fun for everyone. Okay, well, not really. True crime is one of the few genres that seems to have people totally divided; you either love it...