The second book in the "Haunted Crime Scenes" series. The series is based on the premise that by working together, Crime Scene Investigators (CSIs) and Paranormal Forensic Investigators (PFIs) may someday solve crimes and resolve cold cases hitherto thought unsolvable.
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This book focuses on the paranormal phenomena at crime scenes. Forensics expert Katherine Ramsland and paranormal investigator Mark Nesbitt examine murder implements, victims, killers and crime scenes that reportedly have supernatural components. They include the results of their own investigations and offer suggestions for those sites they have not investigated.
The first half of the book highlights haunted crime scenes and their ghost stories grouped by state.
The second half features crime scenes that have been investigated by the authors, a local paranormal investigation team, or have appeared in episodes of various TV programs. The list includes such infamous crime sites as The Black Dahlia, Murder Swamp/Torso Killer, Lizzie Borden, Starvation Heights, and Jack the Ripper, as well as sites that may be less familiar to the reader.
In the first book of the series, "Blood & Ghosts," Ramsland and Nesbitt introduced the concept of a Paranormal Forensic Investigator (PFI) and described how the tools of paranormal and forensic investigations complement each other.