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Web Mystery Magazine forensic academic programs issue (Winter 2005)

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    From Rosalie Stafford Fri Dec 31 08:25:32 2004 Web Mystery Magazine (http://lifeloom.com/webmysterymagazine.htm) is extremely proud to present the Winter 2005
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 1, 2005
      From Rosalie Stafford Fri Dec 31 08:25:32 2004


      Web Mystery Magazine (http://lifeloom.com/webmysterymagazine.htm)
      is extremely proud to present the Winter 2005 issue ... featuring articles describing graduate and undergraduate forensics programs written by the Professors Katherine Ramsland, Melissa Vessier-Batchen, Allan Barton, Peter D. Frade, Allison Jones, John Kavanagh, E. Roland Menzel, and Timothy Vail; summaries of the work of the California Criminalistics Institute and the Virginia Institute for Forensic Science and Medicine; reports of their innovative forensic methodology (Michal Schwartz and Prof. Richard C. Li) and her historical research (Prof. Karen G. Whitehurst); an essay on forensics and historical crime fiction by Golden Age Mystery expert Alan J. Bishop; and our regular columns by Prof. Anil Aggrawal, pulp historian Virginia E. Johnson, private investigator Ann Flaherty, and Unsolved Crimes International, as well as introducing Dawn Dowdle's Cozy Corner ...

      Web Mystery Magazine celebrates good research and good writing!

      Note: Unsolved-Crimes Internationals feature case is Lisa Gaudenzi, 31 yr old female missing from Ruther Glen, Virginia since January 26, 1995.







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