- How A Victorian Era Detective Solves Crimes
“Forensics. Blood traces. DNA. They’re all investigative tools detectives take for granted. Now imagine having to process a crime scene without any of them. Or any modern devices at all. That’s the idea behind “The Murdoch Mysteries”, a new show that takes crime solving a step backwards. That’s because it takes place in the late 1890’s when all the old Sherlock Holmes-types had to rely on was logic, intuition and their own intelligence.” Read more.
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