Last week I headed off on a four day adventure as a forensic archaeologist. I was helping out using ground penetrating radar and gradiometry on a pretty high profile cold case and because it’s an ongoing investigation, I can’t say anything about the case itself, so instead I’m going to write about the similarities and differences between this job and other “normal” archaeology I’ve been involved in.
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BOSTON (CBS) – There have been tremendous leaps with crime solving technology in recent years. That doesn’t just apply to crimes involving humans. It’s also applicable to cases with animals. 257 more words
SHATTERED LIVES with Donna R. Gore, “LadyJustice”
Examining the effects of those who have survived violent crime and how it has impacted their lives.
Real people, real tragedy, real help. 466 more words
I wanted to start this post by thanking all of you who are taking the time out of your busy lives to check out our blog. 514 more words
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