Unearthing the dead

René Gapert looks at the work of a forensic anthropologist in the exhumation of human remains Exhumations of the deceased are carried out for various reasons. Strictly speaking exhumations here refer to the excavation of a grave situated in a cemetery or churchyard and the removal of the human remains interred therein. This can be challenging for all involved but […]

by · May 26, 2018 · Forensics, Modern Policing