The Dollhouses of Death (that changed forensic science).

Ok, I already liked dollhouses and dioramas, but this is a whole other league…

In the fourties Frances Glessner Lee built dollhouses replicating crime scenes. These instruments were used for training of forensic scientists and police. And now – 70 years later – they still serve that purpose!

Talk about making something durable…

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One Response to The Dollhouses of Death (that changed forensic science).

  1. Berniesr says:

    That’s an amazing find very interesting

    Liked by 1 person

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