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Human Decomposition,Criminology,Forensics,Stains

Human Decomposition,Criminology,Forensics,Stains

Lividity, also known as livor mortis, is the post-mortem settling of blood within the skin due to gravitational forces. Note that areas of skin which are exposed to pressure do not develop livitity. The decedent in the image above was found lying on their back, hence no lividity on the back.

Lividity, also known as livor mortis, is the post-mortem settling of blood within the skin due to gravitational forces. Note that areas of skin which are exposed to pressure do not develop livitity. The decedent in the image above was found lying on their back, hence no lividity on the back.

Ed Gein. Norman Bates of Psycho, the family of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Buffalo Bill of Silence of the Lambs were all based on Ed Gein, who kept his stuffed dead mother in his house after she died, dug up bodies from graves, wore a suit made of a real woman's skin, decorated and furnished his house with human bones and skin, murdered several women, and cooked and ate the body parts. _(I will watch anything about Ed Gein. To me he is the worst, most ghastly serial killer there has ever…

Ed Gein. Norman Bates of Psycho, the family of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Buffalo Bill of Silence of the Lambs were all based on Ed Gein, who kept his stuffed dead mother in his house after she died, dug up bodies from graves, wore a suit made of a real woman's skin, decorated and furnished his house with human bones and skin, murdered several women, and cooked and ate the body parts. _(I will watch anything about Ed Gein. To me he is the worst, most ghastly serial killer there has ever…

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