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Inside True Crime: from crime scene to mug shot


From Weegee, chronicler of crime in 1930s-40s NYC to the tucked away files of the LAPD archives, we take a look at true crime photography. Take a look vintage mugshots; explore the miniature chrome scenes created by the criminologist Frances Glessner Lee, who is said to have revolutionized crime scene investigation; and gaze into facial reconstruction sculptures depicting suspected murder victims. Plus, we talk to a forensic photographer about life on the job.

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