forensic science for kids

#MyrtleMondays: Forensic History & Bertillonage

If you (like your Learned Author) are an ardent fan of “Forensic Files,” there’s one technique you’ve likely never heard Peter Thomas discuss. Yet in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, bertillonage was at the cutting edge of criminal science. Let’s take a look at the fascinating rise and fall of this groundbreaking method… Read more »

#MyrtleMondays: Forensic Science for Kids

As the end of a long, strange school year approaches, you are no doubt asking yourself the age-old question:¬†How can I solve a murder this summer? Well, I can’t promise you that much excitement, but I have rounded up several resources that will allow you to explore modern forensic science from the comfort of your… Read more »