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Playing Dead (Prison Break Trilogy, #3)
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Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 6016 comments Mod
When Oliver’s car is found in the river, Matt helps with the recovery as he’s also a trained forensic diver. He shared lots of forensic information about what happens to a body underwater. Did you learn anything? Was it interesting or information you could have done without?


Anita (anitanodiva) | 1600 comments I learned a lot, but I really didn't need to know any of it.


Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 6016 comments Mod
I have to confess, this was fascinating. Forensics is one of my interests and I’ve long wondered what happens to a body underwater. I was stunned to find it here and was grateful. Yes, I was highly interested and learned a lot.


Melissa (melissasd) | 673 comments Since I work in the EMS field most of the information was already familiar to me, but it was nice that she explained it.


Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 6016 comments Mod
Did she get it right, Melissa? How gruesome is a body that’s been underwater for some time?


Melissa (melissasd) | 673 comments It depends on the water temperature. I have seen some pretty bloated bodies, but there was one that looked quite normal. He was a young handsome guy who had wrecked his truck in the river and got stuck under the truck. They found him after 3 days (lots of rain and strong current) and the cold water had kept him pretty preserved. I have been lucky that most water rescues around here are quick and we don't have many fish in our rivers.


Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 6016 comments Mod
I’ll bet you have a ton of interesting stories, Melissa.


Charlene (charlenethestickler) | 769 comments I don't have any practical experience, I'm glad to say, but I do know that decomposition and creatures start almost immediately.


Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 829 comments I really like when there is explanation for something that I don't have any knowledge and always wondered about. I found this really interesting.


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