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Long Island Serial Killer Show on WRCN 103.9 FM

I have a great show planned this Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 8AM with the following guests to discuss the latest developments in the Long Island Serial Killer case: Josh Zeman and Rachel Mills of A&E's The Killing Season Bob Kolker [...]

Robert Kolker: Lost Girls An Unsolved American Mystery

Bob Kolker will be my guest on Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 8:40AM on WRCN 103.9FM. December 10, 2010 was a cold and windy day. The Suffolk County County Police Department stumbled upon a set of human remains in the bramble alongside [...]

By | December 6th, 2016|Advocate, Author, Cold Case, Serial Killers, Unsolved|

Forensic Entomologist Dr. Jason Byrd on Crime Talk (S1, E12)

  Tonight at 5:35PM EST, on Crime Talk, WRCN 103.9FM, I will have University of Florida Board Certified Forensic Entomologist, Dr. Jason Byrd. We will be discussing the role that insects play in aiding investigators with the Post Mortem Interval [...]

The National Law Enforcement Museum (S1, E11)

Tonight at 5:35PM EST, on Crime Talk, I will speak with Rebecca Looney, the Senior Director of Exhibits and Programs for the future National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington D.C. set to open in 2018. The Museum will be built directly [...]

How Cold is the Long Island Serial Killer Case?

What classifies someone as a serial killer? The FBI defines a serial killer as a person that kills three or more people with a cooling off period – that is what makes them different than a mass or spree murderer. Some [...]

FBI Releases Preliminary Crime Stats for First Half of 2015

Many people like to cite crime statistics from a variety of places, however the best source is from the FBI report: Crime in the United States or the Uniform Crime Report or the UCR, just to avoid confusion. The UCR is [...]

By | January 29th, 2016|Criminals, ME Coroner, Statistics, UCR, Unsolved|

Dr. Henry C. Lee: Forensic Rockstar #3

It’s not everyday that you get a chance to sit down and speak with a Forensic Rockstar like Dr. Henry C. Lee about death investigations, but I did. I will be teaching for Dr. Lee in an upcoming Death and Homicide [...]

New Guide for Child Forensic Interviewing

Child Forensic Interviewing is certainly not a new topic, but one that causes a lot of stress. The hardest job for criminal investigators are dealing with the most vulnerable in society: the very young and the very old. Investigators must have [...]

“Blame it on all on Brownsville, Brooklyn” Murder Incorporated

In Brownsville, Brooklyn, at the corner of Livonia and Saratoga Avenues, stood a small twenty-four hour candy store named Midnight Rose’s. This wasn’t any ordinary candy store. It housed some of the most lethal for-hire Jewish and Italian contract killers [...]

The Changing Landscape of Social Media Investigations

Social Media is Changing the Way Cases are Investigated By: Joseph Giacalone When the German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche said, “Better know nothing than half-know many things,” he may have been speaking to law enforcement regarding social media investigations. Currently, there are [...]