Blood Secrets

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Blood-spatter analyst Rod Englert talks about his methods of finding evidence at crime scenes. In Blood Secrets: Chronicles of a Crime Scene Reconstructionist, he tells the case histories of famous bloody murders and explains how criminal investigation works.


Rod Englert

Comments [3]

karyn wickers from rockaway, ny

Leonard, you got my quote wrong. Sir arthur conan doyle wrote a study in scarlet in 1887, not 1897, a full 8 years before the polish guy started bashing rabbits. It makes me wonder who came first in blood splatter analysis, sherlock holmes or the polish guy your guest referred to.

Jun. 09 2010 04:10 PM
Cesar from Manhattan

How does Mr. Engfert rate the accuracy of blood-spatter analysis in the show Dexter?

Jun. 09 2010 01:20 PM
Jean Freely from NYC

This is disgusting. Your guest is talking about compassion and minutes before he talks coldly about murdering rabbits with a hammer in the interest of scientific experiments.

Jun. 09 2010 01:17 PM

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