True Crime Thursday: Revisiting Criminal Element’s Bizarre Beginnings

As you may have seen, yesterday marked the four year anniversary for Criminal Element, and we're continuing the celebration for this True Crime Thursday by looking back at four of our first posts on the subject! (Call it our very first True Crime-Throwback Thursday, if you will!)

First, join Elyse Dinh-McCrillis as she takes us through her attempt to solve her own hit-and-run case!

Then skeeve out with Joseph Finder as he recounts what was going through his mind when he willingly chose to be buried alive. Why? For research of course!

Up next is Dr. Lewis Preschel, who takes us through a quick history of  fingerprints and how two doctors, three lords, and twin criminals would change the world of forensic sciences forever.

And finally, what's a little true crime without some conspiracy? Let Tony Hays tell you why lone-gunman conspiracies fail to win him over, especially when it comes to James Earl Ray's alleged assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

And for all our true crime, proving how much stranger truth can be than fiction, bookmark it!

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