Weekend Road Trip: My Research Trip
While conducting the research for Police Procedure and Investigation I had the pleasure of traveling all across the United States to visit police departments, sheriff’s offices forensics labs, morgues, courts, prisons, jails, shooting ranges, and judges chambers. I was also granted access to the private stomping grounds of many of the top experts in the country. I even tagged along on raids, arrests, and murder investigations. Here’s a quick behind-the-scenes peek at some of the fascinating people and places that made the book possible.
Glad you went there, Lee, and not me. I don’t do spiders either.
Thanks for the explanation, Lee. And the warning. I’ll be sure to stay away from the place.
There’s a very brief mention in the book of ways people have tried to murder other people. One of those methods is trying to scare people to death. And, since many folks are scared of snakes I visited a wholesale reptile breeder, which just happens to be located just a few miles from you, Dave. One room in the building contained over 50,000 pythons, and that was just a fraction of the creepy-crawlers (snakes, lizards, turtles, spiders, scorpions, etc.) inside the facility. I still don’t like spiders and snakes.
What’s with the snakes?