Depic­tion in movie

Alive - - Winged Detectives -

In the Amer­i­can movie ti­tled Si­lence of the Lambs, there is the re­mark­able in­stance of the ‘Death Bee­tle’ in the mouth of the fe­male vic­tim. It was graph­i­cally shown how that bee­tle led the Fed­eral Bu­reau of In­ves­ti­ga­tion (FBI) to the mur­derer. The crim­i­nal as is prover­bially said, al­ways leaves be­hind some clues. What is im­por­tantly re­quired is the imag­i­na­tion to pick up what can be used as a clue at the scene of the crime. This was the modus operandi of Sher­lock Homes who possessed the hawk like eyes to trace the cul­prit un­err­ingly.

The prover­bial dead men tell no tales in dis­proved in myr­iad in­stances thanks to forensic en­to­mol­ogy.

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