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Blood is often found in crime scenes, but is sometimes regarded as a self-evident track without further value. Criminal biologist DR. MARK BENECKE shows that there is more to blood than just genetic material ...

Dr. Mark Benecke - Portraitfoto - Sich den Kopf kratzend
Dr. Mark Benecke - Portraitfoto - Sich den Kopf kratzend © Oetinger

Criminal biologist DR. MARK BENECKE devotes himself to bizarre and sometimes disgusting ways to exciting questions that one sometimes would rather not have answered.

Why, for example, are the fingernails of the bloated man's corpse so long, and which type of maggot crawls out of the corner of her mouth at the same time? Thus, not death is BENKE's job, but life after death. When the maggots expose the killer, he did everything right ...

A shocking and fascinating world. By BENECKES analysis of various insects that were found on corpses, countless criminals worldwide has been able to stop the craft. However, the viewer can easily turn around at the sight of some photos ever the stomach. For it is not the usual pictures that are shown, but pictures of heavily disfigured corpses. Only through detailed close-ups, the really interesting questions can be clarified.

The Cologne crime biologist was trained by the FBI and operates internationally. BENECKE has built specialized laboratories in Colombia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Numerous radio and TV appearances testify to the public's great interest in his work. Here, the viewer now gets an insight into the work of one of the most famous and successful criminal biologists in the world ...

Please note with regard to all appointments with Dr. Ing. Mark Benecke, that a entrance is possible only at break and also an age restriction applies (access only from 16 years).

(Program in German)

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