Sire7772 karma2018-08-01 17:43:35 UTC
They usually are insanely exaggerated I believe. Other wise the crimes would have to be super simple to fit in a 45 minute show. It was my childhood dream to do that but I went another route with schooling. I wonder how much they’re actually used. I watch s lot of crime documentaries and bugs/insects are never brought up. Seems like a super niche category, but at that point they’re probably consulted around the country when needed
View HistoryShare Link
Sire7771 karma2018-08-01 17:28:18 UTC
I always wanted to be an Entomologist ever since I saw Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyme) on Bones using insects/bugs of all types forensically to solve murders.
Have you seen Bones? And if so how accurate is it in regards to the use of Forensic Entomology?
Can bugs found at a crime scene show time of death or where the body or a person has been?
Copyright © 2014 BestofAMA.com, All rights reserved.
reddit has not approved or endorsed BestofAMA, reddit design elements are trademarks of reddit inc.