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Spree vs. Serial Killers

Spree vs. Serial Killers

Why categories for multicide should be retained. This week in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona, four people were fatally shot with the same gun, according to news reports, with potential links to two more. Two victims were female paralegals and two were male...

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What is CBD and should we care?

What is CBD and should we care?

As Cannabis legalization gradually sweeps through the U.S. and Canada, many are catching on to the various products that cannabis companies are relentlessly marketing. One such popular compound that shows up frequently in the news these days is CBD. You may be...

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How Bodies Burn

How Bodies Burn

Due to the number of requests by our readers, Death Investigator Magazine will be featuring articles taken from interviews heard on our world-renowned podcast, Coroner Talk™. What follows is part one of an interview with Forensic Anthropologist Doctor, Elaine Pope,...

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Top Strategies for Stretching a Public Service Income

Top Strategies for Stretching a Public Service Income

Written by: Staff Writer Choosing a career in public service has many rewards. It's no secret that being a professional death investigator is stressful, high pressure and exhaustive. Men and women work in this profession for a lot of different reasons. The drive to...

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Plugging the Areas Draining the Life Out of You

Plugging the Areas Draining the Life Out of You

Marriage and other inter-personal relationships are a hot topic in the work I do. In addition to being an author, speaker, and trainer I also inform and inspire as a business/life coach. I work with leaders and front-line people alike in the professional realm, but I...

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What are you bringing home with you?

What are you bringing home with you?

Coronavirus disease virus or bacteria. Global healthcare crisis and pandemia Do you ever really know what dangers you are bringing home with you after shift or after a call.  When we know or suspect something bad, we take precautions, but what about when we don’t...

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