Forensic pathologist J.C. Upshaw Downs has studied death firsthand and answered questions about it for more than 25 years. Now he wants to help find..
His topic is nightmare fodder, but investigator Bruce Sackman hopes that creating greater awareness of potential serial killers lurking in health care facilities will help..
The possibility of murderers lurking in hospital halls and nursing homes was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record.” Host Gina Logue’s interview with..
A forensic scientist whose meticulous research laid the foundation for investigating — and finding answers for — mass disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and United..
Ready for some “Seriously Amazing Moments in Smithsonian Bone Research”? Dr. Douglas Owsley is returning to MTSU with the latest news Tuesday, March 3, in..
Veteran medical examiner Michael Baden has played a role in some of history’s most celebrated investigations, and now he’ll share his knowledge with the MTSU..
A pair of forensic scientists who’ve studied the 1876 clash on the shores of the Little Bighorn River in south central Montana delivered a special..
If your knowledge of one of the most studied conflicts in U.S. military history, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, has come from movies, paintings..
Paulette Sutton, an internationally renowned blood spatter expert from Obion, Tenn., whose expertise has played a role in trials ranging from James Byrd Jr.’s Texas..
Criminal procedure TV shows have made us all armchair forensic pathologists, chattering about bullet trajectories and blood spatter and black-light revelations like “experts.” Paulette Sutton..
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