The Smell of Dead Pig in the Morning

It isn’t napalm. (Not a bad thing.)

I don’t love it.

But it’s a part of doing research with dead pigs.

Why am I smelling dead pig in the morning (and still, back home, at night)?

Because I was out with Calgary Police K9 officers and Shari Forbes (pictured) today helping to set up the trials for her scavenged remains research.

Will there be a podcast episode about this?? Possibly 😉

Stay tuned!

Further Reading

Edmonton Journal – Dead pigs used in Edmonton animal scavenging study will help improve human remains investigations: police, forensic expert

The Smell of Dead Pig in the Morning: The Search, Pt I, Pt II, and Pt III

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