Donegal County Museum is set to host a talk on how geoforensics can assist in the investigation of murders and suspicious death.
Geoforensics, including geography, geology, and hydrology and soil science, is a method forensic scientists use to help solve crimes.
The fascinating talk will be held on Saturday, October 12th at 2pm with forensic geologist, Dr Alastair Ruffell.
The talk will be based entirely upon real Irish cases from the bizarre to the shocking.
Dr Ruffell is based in the School of Geography, Archaeology and Paleoecology at Queen’s University, Belfast.
He works on Geoforensics, searching for toxic waste, human bodies or buried weapons, and geological aspects of climate change.
He has been involved in over 170 cases of serious crime and humanitarian searches.
This talk is admission free and has limited places with no admittance without prior booking.
Bookings required to Donegal County Museum, High Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal.
Please note this talk is not suitable for all as it will show some graphic images from real cases and is strictly for those ages 18 +.
You can find out more information by ringing 074 9124613 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.