How the Earliest Crime Scene Investigators Identified Murder Victims

“New murder case,” read the note that the criminalist jotted in his journal on August 24, 1925. He slipped a white lab coat over his dark suit, settled into his chair, and slid over a microscope. Now he was forced to look at the clue once again, fully examine it—a horrid task, even for a … Continue reading How the Earliest Crime Scene Investigators Identified Murder Victims