How the Secret Service Uses Ink to Solve Crimes

How the Secret Service Uses Ink to Solve Crimes

(camera clicking) – [Female Narrator] The Secret Service is more than black sunglasses, ear pieces, and two-piece suits. – [Male Narrator] They’re also an elite team of investigators solving some of the nation’s biggest crimes. – [Female Narrator] Sometimes, using nothing more than a blot of ink. Here we are: the lobby of the Secret

Men Work Out In Prison For A Week

Men Work Out In Prison For A Week

(drum music) – This is Conbody, you in prison right now, let’s go. This ain’t a beach, you ain’t free yet, c’mon run, run, like the po-po is coming. You dyin’ on me, don’t sue me, sue Buzzfeed. – This sucks, I’m tired, I’m trying to survive. – [Coss] You over here praying? God ain’t

Catching Britain’s Most Wanted Killer – BBC London

Catching Britain’s Most Wanted Killer – BBC London

Shane O’Brien was one of Britain’s most wanted criminals. He murdered 21-year-old Josh Hanson in October 2015 and went on the run for three and a half years. DCI Noel McHugh and his team tracked him down. You see Josh is in the bar with his girlfriend and with friends. And Shane O’Brien is with

The Chilling Mystery Of The Black Dahlia

The Chilling Mystery Of The Black Dahlia

– So today we’re driving to certain spots in Los Angeles as part of an ongoing series where I tell Mr. Brent here true crime stories. Buzzfeed Unsolved – [Brent] Unsolved. – Today’s mystery is probably one of the most famous unsolved murder cases I’ve ever read, and enough with the pleasantries, lets just get