Exploring the mystery genre in the classroom is a great way to expose students to new types of literature and who doesn't love solving a real crime?
Crime Scene Series: The Golden Hour. The 5 stages of lockdown. A Forensics Resource for Crime Writers - www.thepuppetshow.co.uk
Richard Ramirez Crime Scene #nightstalker
Who's who in a #crime #scene? May be too close to the violent world we live in...(for now included as a point of reference)
Im a writer I swear. < previous pinner, but yes
HowStuffWorks "Properties of Blood" and bloodstain pattern analysis
A bloody mess
... I am just a writer. And, I'm Batman
Active verbs to use in a fight scene, colour-coded by severity, with red as most intense, and categorised by type of fight.
Crime Scene Science: The Modern Methods for Solving Crimes Infographic http://www.chesserbarr.com/
Trigonometry blood spatter - Stringing is one method that bloodstain pattern analysts use to discover the origin and type of violent action. Learn about stringing and areas of convergence.
Forensic science at the crime scene infographic
Technological Innovations in Criminal Justice — Skeleton Keys
christmasisactuallyyule: Limits of the Human Body by Soda Pop Avenue Credit goes to SPA, but I wanted this here for a writer’s reference. This way we know exactly how far we can push our characters ;)
Source: National Academy of Sciences: Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States
Making Inferences- Activities and Lesson Ideas teaching students to make inferences