Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada

The End of Whodunits? Cold Cases and Forensic Genealogy

Thursday, October 6, 2022 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: Gerald Schwartz School of Business, Schwartz Auditorium
Event Type: Presentation

On October 6, 2022 Dr. Michael Arntfield from Western University will be doing a talk entitled: The End of Whodunits? Cold Cases and Forensic Genealogy

Dr. Arntfield is an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Writing Studies at Western University; a criminologist and former police officer. He is founder and director of the Western Cold Case Society, a think tank that matches students with unsolved murders and missing persons cases from across North America. The group works in conjunction with the Murder Accountability Project (MAP: murderdata.org), a Washington not-for-profit group that uses computer algorithms to track unsolved murders and the activities of suspected serial killers. His publications include: Murder City (2015), Gothic Forensics (2016), Murder in Plain English (2017), and How to Solve a Cold Case (2020). His expertise has been called upon by series, such as Time to Kill (Investigation Discovery), To Catch a Killer (Oprah Winfrey Network), Perfect World, a Deadly Game (Peacock/NBC). His podcast, Suspect Zero, explores obscure cold cases and little known serial offenders. His talk should be of interest to students of psychology, sociology, criminology, law and policing, as well as a general audience.

Website: https://michaelarntfield.com       TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/michael_arntfield_how_you_can_help_solve_cold_cases

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