Hair, Clothing, and Tire Track Evidence: Crime-Solving Science Experiments (Forensic Science Projects) Reviews

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Book Introduction: Pan Am Flight 103 blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland. Suitcases recovered from the wreckage were checked for trace evidence. Pieces of various clothing fibers from the suitcase were analyzed by forensic specialists. The fibers were eventually linked to a suspect, who was tried and found guilty of murder. The real-life crime stories in this book are followed by science experiments and project ideas that highlight the forensic technique used to solve the crime. How can you identify clothing fibers found at a crime scene? How is human hair different from dog hair? Can bicycle tire marks be used to solve a crime? Take careful notes in your case notebook; your observations could crack the case!

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