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#29 Our fall issue features an interview with Patricia Manzolillo, Laboratory Director at the US Postal Inspection Service, labs and exercises about how to analyze paper, another about analyzing ink, pollen as evidence, putting parents to good use, and a cypher activity that will leave your students on edge. Plus, a Mini Mystery, What’s Going On, Book Reviews, a Photo Mystery, Crossword Puzzle, Hot Links, The Morgue Guy, Stoopid Criminals, and more.

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#30.This issue starts with an interview with John Lentini, a legendary fire investigator, a fire and anthropology lab, a bloody footprint lab, the inside scoop on what appliances start fires, druggist’s folds explained, a glass density lab, and a peek behind the scenes of the US Fish & Wildlife’s war on chuparosas. Plus, a Mini Mystery, What’s Going On, a Photo Mystery, Crossword Puzzle, The Morgue Guy, Stoopid Criminals, and more.

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