Welcome everyone to Real True Forensic Cases!

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As a 40-year law enforcement deputy, Forensic Investigator, Speaker for numerous agencies, Expert witness in criminal/civil court, and a Certified Infant Death Specialist. My background has always been serving government agencies as starting off in the United States Coast Guard.
For the past 38 years, I have learned many ways to utilize the world wide net. Several cases were used to help closeout.  

Do you know why it is hard time to find employment in forensics? It is due to no one really resigns, retires, or gets bored. 

This website has several goals,
A. Invite anyone trying to get into this exciting field.
B. Teach current agencies that are on a shoestring budget and for classes.
C. Meet new friends and gain knowledge.        

Our new website is almost ready for its open house.(bring doughnuts)

We are developing a modern live chat room, a podcasting link with recorded classes on Forensic Investigations, Real cases, and the truth. This is not a tv show!

We will have guest speakers, live call-in, movie night, and for fun, we will have an online karaoke party.   

A newsletter will be emailed to you out periodically at showtimes. We will never give or sell your email or private information.

I need your ideas. The only rules other than everyone needs to show each other respect and be courteous. Political and hate issues are not welcome; a blog is being set up. Music will be played (no tapping feet!)

This website is designed for our First Responders, Fire, EMS Medical, and especially all armchair investigators. (ok, you can tap one foot)

This unique website will feature an online store. We will carry our top brand Polo shirts featuring our new logo, a matching ball-type cap, a great mouse pad, and my favorite, the logo printed ceramic coffee mug. 

We all know you can’t solve a case without coffee!!
There will be classes via recorded, and PowerPoint presentations. We also can have discussion time! 

Some revenue will be collected to maintain this site and breaking even with the online store. Sponsored ads may appear; please click and peek as it will help support this adventure.

I also wish to commend the fantastic designers and staff at Digit Media Design for all they did for me. Give a look, tell them Mark sent you!! 
  • Thank you, everyone, as we are so happy, you accepted our invite.  (WHERE ARE THE DOUGHNUTS?)
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America's Most Wanted

Fun Stories


To answer your great question, I’ll stick with the discovery of human skull in a small fishing Community. It is very common after a weak or strong hurricane. A Detective and a Crime Scene Technician both arrived at the same time, and our work now begins.

The scene was “corrupted” due to the skull was handled and moved to the police department. I am not skilled enough to call it a recent or old skull, however I know how reach the experts at the F.A.C.E.S. LAB at LSU. With always different techniques and instead of days waiting as the hurricane had numerous road closures. We web cam each other and I zoomed in all sides up and down with my tape measure. She confirmed my thoughts and stated at least 150 years old.

Many Indian reservation back in the- day had burials all over. No trauma found and the disturbed tomb was found out before we departed.

On the way back to the Forensic Center, I received a call of an infant discovered on a ship that was drydocked. I got dressed in my PPE suit upon my arrival. I boarded the dark ship, and I was laughing with tears were pouring out. The EMT was close by, and I asked someone to tell him I needed him back. He came to the ship and I carefully picked up the lifeless body and asked him how many infants have the big ears and a bushy tail. The last I heard the EMT is a crab fisherman The Detective suggested to get something to eat, and we pulled into a local diner that was staffed by the jail cooks just for law enforcement.

Anyone guess what was lunch?

The skull is NOT part of the case!!

The rabbit was named “Thumper”