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    Oh and I love old medical equipment and the ******** things they used to do in the name of science/medicine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuffledPansy View Post
    Do you have a link ....is it online ...???
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    Just google Coroners Court Vic (or whatever state you are in)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cicho View Post
    Just google Coroners Court Vic (or whatever state you are in)
    The findings (or part thereof) are pubished online when they are considered to be in the public interest.

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    I like true crime as well, although it freaks me out too much so I try and avoid it. Vaccines interest me - often I will read studies just because I have time on my hands.

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    I think this is the first time I have read couple of true crime novels. I am interested in how the crimes are solved. I would like to watch the show about Milat, but it is on too late for me. I like spiritual things, and paranormal. also historical stuff. it is interesting how society and medicine, and religion have all evolved. marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    I think this is the first time I have read couple of true crime novels. I am interested in how the crimes are solved. I would like to watch the show about Milat, but it is on too late for me. I like spiritual things, and paranormal. also historical stuff. it is interesting how society and medicine, and religion have all evolved. marie.
    Marie, have you read the book Sins of The Brother? I highly recommend it - it's about Ivan Milat and the backpacker murders. It examines a lot of his family history and goes into great detail about the all the investigation and forensics.

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    Something unusual that I am passionate about is the poor way people with dwarfism are/can be treated so openly. This stems from my close relationship with a little girl with dwarfism almost 10 years ago now, but hearing the jokes made makes my blood boil. I think it is the only thing that has led me to delete someone off Facebook (when they made a joke about someone with dwarfism and seeing all the 'likes' and comments.. How is that still acceptable in this day and age?!). Even main****** media do it. I don't understand it.. No one would tolerate someone with Down's syndrome being ridiculed in such a cruel way. Anyway, I can rant about it for ages yet I feel like everyone else thinks it's no biggie.

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    I love watching shows about natural disasters - storms, earthquakes, tornadoes etc.

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    Ah, my people
    I'm really intrigued by serial killers and watch lots of true crime and jail shows.
    I also read coroner's court findings and also district, supreme and appeals court judgements.
    A lot of people don't realise you can actually sit in the public gallery and watch court proceedings, if you get the chance to sit in on a big trial it's worth doing. I would love to be on a jury but I wouldn't be allowed to do it because of my job.

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    Serial killers, abandoned places, list verse crime lists, real life crime stories, psychology! Lots of things really!

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