Week 11: Sum it up!
March 25, 2011 By
“What Are the Chances? Interpretation of a DNA Match” by Sue Carney Didn’t someone once say “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”? Whoever said it is another story, but the point I’m making is that when numbers are used to support a point of view, there may be doubt or […]
By Miriam Said and Stephanie Saunders with Vidster ________________________________________ We have some new details in the 1974 Canadian cold case of Karen Caughlin. Karen was NOT wearing saucer earrings but hoops! I think that we described them in an earlier post as “saucer like” but they were hoops. She left the house with those earrings […]
A 19th Century Coffin revolutionized 20th Century Forensic Science is a guest blog post by Dolly Stolze. Dolly is a writer and has a Masters in Forensic Anthropology from California State University, Los Angeles. Though her first love is Forensic Anthropology, she also enjoys writing about macabre history and the weird things that happen to human remains. […]