The Oberst Family Murders, Kansas 1928

The Oberst Family Murders, Kansas 1928 – A Case Study Update. Please welcome back guest blogger Sue Baillie. Sue is researching her family and wrote about it for us here. Her ancestry journey took her to Tremont Township, Illinois, 1860, That is where her Greta-Great-Great uncle Jesse Chainey settled with his family after travelling from Kent, UK. Sue stumbled […]

The Beaumont Children: New Leads, New Frustrations

Please welcome guest blogger Stephen Richey who will give us insight in the latest developments in the case of the missing Beaumont Children. ____________________ In an early blog post, Alice mentioned that ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to locate an “anomaly” at a site where a tip suggested the children were buried. Some latched on to […]

A 19th Century Coffin revolutionized 20th Century Forensic Science

A 19th Century Coffin revolutionized 20th Century Forensic Science is a guest blog post by Dolly Stolze. Dolly is a writer and has a Masters in Forensic Anthropology from California State University, Los Angeles. Though her first love is Forensic Anthropology, she also enjoys writing about macabre history and the weird things that happen to human remains. […]

Guest Post from Barb Drozdowich.

Guest Post: “The Author’s Guide to Working With Book Bloggers!” This guest post is courtesy of Barb Drozdowich. Barb and I met when she got me to take part in Blog Tour de Troops. Barb is a Social Media and WordPress Consultant and has taught at University, trained technical staff in the banking industry and, most […]

Blog Tours 101 (part II)

Guest post by Linda Poitevin: Blog Tours 101 (part II): Working with an organizer. The follow-up to Linda’s first guest post here on DCC! Linda Poitevin is the author of The Grigori Legacy, a new urban fantasy series from Ace Books. Book one is entitled SINS OF THE ANGELS and Book two is entitled SINS OF THE SON. In […]

Guest post by Linda Poitevin: Blog Tours 101!

Guest post by Linda Poitevin: Blog Tours 101! by guest blogger and author Linda Poitevin! Linda generously agreed to share some secrets with us related to blog tours. As you know, DCC participated in some blog tours and I have met some great people and authors this way. That in turn resulted in collaborations, book […]

DNA Profiling in Cold Cases – The UK Process

Please welcome our first guest blogger: Sue Carney. Sue is an FSS senior forensic scientist. Her areas of expertise include body fluid interpretation and DNA evidence. She has worked on a number of cold cases. You can follow Sue on Twitter. _________________________ DNA Profiling in Cold Cases – The UK Process by Sue Carney DNA profiling […]