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Conversations: Richard Walter and The Murder Room

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Uploaded on Oct 6, 2010

Few people know about the Vidocq Society. This group includes 82 of the World's greatest detectives who meet monthly in Philadelphia to solve cold murders over lunch. They are medical examiners, blood-spatter experts, anti-terrorism investigators, chemists, anthropologists and experts in every imaginable forensic field who work pro bono to catch cold case killers and bring justice to grieving families. In this episode of Conversations Dennis Miller of Mansfield University speaks with Richard Walter. Walter, is a forensic psychologist, crime scene analyst, one of the creators of modern criminal profiling and a co-founder of the Vidocq Society. He talks about some of the cases he was part of that are featured in the new best-seller "The Murder Room: The Heirs of Sherlock Holmes Gather to Solve the World's Most Perplexing Cold Cases.

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