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Soo relatable.

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Situation: You are a detective helping local police with a possible wrongful death case.
Due to the nature of the case, there is little evidence in the case aside from the testimony of individuals who
knew the deceased. The body of Renee G., 48, was found in her garage at her residence in Waltham,
Massachusetts on September 7, 2017. A forensics investigation was conducted at the scene. The body was so
decomposed that the medical examiner could not determine the cause of death.
The examiner estimated that the body had been there for about eight months. Forensic investigators identified
the body using dental records. They examined her medical records and found that, at the time of her death,
she was healthy with no known medical conditions and no known cases of chronic illness in her family.
Investigators were surprised to learn that no one had found Renee's body until now, but the investigation
revealed that Renee lived a solitary life. Interviews with Renee's friends revealed that none of them had seen
or heard from her in many months. Several friends said that Renee often disappeared for months a time. Since
her job at BMK Technologies often required her to travel and work in other countries, it was not unusual for
her to have long periods of time without contact. They said she would sometimes send postcards, but
otherwise would not typically stay in contact. Unfortunately, all of Renee's immediate family had passed
away prior to her death, and she was not in contact with extended family, so they would not have noticed her
absence. A neighbor had been mowing her yard so as to not drive down property values. All of Renee's bills
(mortgage, utilities, credit cards, etc.) were set to be paid automatically. When her account emptied, her home
was foreclosed on. Her body was discovered as belongings were being taken out of her home following the
house's sale at a foreclosure auction.
Task: Two of your colleagues, Detective Jackson and Detective Peterson, have compiled a set of evidence
and excerpts from interviews with several of Renee's friends and acquaintances. Based on the evidence, the
police chief has asked you to provide your best guess about what happened to Renee. You should also
determine which individuals, if any, should be of interest for further investigation and defend why you think
they may have been involved with, or know more about, Renee's disappearance. Given the evidence and
interviews collected so far, the police chief would like you to write a recommendation for further action. In
your report, you should include the following information.

Key Questions
Given the evidence and interviews collected so far, the police chief would like you to write a
recommendation for further action. In your report, you should include the following information.

Question 1: Detectives are trying to decide whether the cause of Renee's death was murder, accidental death,
or suicide. Which is the most likely explanation for Renee's death? Please explain your reasoning and why
you consider the other explanations less likely.
you consider the other explanations less likely.

Question 2: Which individuals, if any, should be investigated further? Explain why you identified those

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The Strange Case of Conan Doyle: The Watch

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The late Ian Richardson on the set of Murder Rooms

What are some Fan Theories you have about Sherlock Holmes? All i can really find online is the theory that he is gay, which has been disproved already.

I actually have one of my own, which is Sherlock has Asperger's Syndrome.
The evidence?

In one story, it is said that he hates being away from Baker St. for too long. People with AS hate being away from familiar territory.

He knows a lot about obscure things, such as medeval poetry.

He is an excellent Chemist. People with AS are excellent at math and science.

The Mapped London of Sherlock Holmes book is the culmination of a thirty-year effort to identify all of the places in London associated with the great detective. Not only identify but allow readers to places. As the Journal of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London said, “As a step-by-step guide to the London of the Canon, it’s unbeatable”.
The primary power of the book is its interactive map. You can preview the map on It shows the location of over 400 Sherlockian London sites plus several “in Sherlock and Watson’s footsteps” walking tours. A mouse-click on one of the map’s marked sites will open an illustrated text box with an explanation of what happened there, and in which of the sixty adventures it was mentioned. The map also allows the reader to open street-level and aerial photographs of that place in modern London.
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