Category Archives: Crime Scene Cleaners

Could This First-Ever True Crime Podcast Be The Next Thing To Grip The Nation?

The Cleaning of John Doe is an invitation to see a true crime scene in a way that has never been done before! Crime fascinates people. That is why a host of entertainment shows and series are dedicated to the world of crime in one way or another. Some have been going for decades and show no sign of ‘dying’. Sometimes storylines are morbid, at other times they are exotic or even verging on bizarre, yet one factor remains the same; an abundance of adoring fans are riveted to the spot as they wait for the next installment.

How or why crime stories fascinate the human psyche is something which may never fully be understood. Perhaps it is the fact that it engages that basic, yet powerful, emotion in-built in every human; fear. Crime entertainment allows people to experience the fear of threat, without that threat becoming part of their reality.

It’s

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The toxic aftermath of an alleged $8m drug bust

Backyard drug labs are popping up ever more frequently throughout Australian suburbs – but what many people don’t know is the toxic trail they leave behind.

A Current Affair was given an inside look at the police squad that spends its days busting the bad labs in Aussie neighbourhoods.

One bust showed a seemingly normal suburban house – a sprinkler on the lawn, a normal interior.

However, police will allege the ensuite bathroom included a selection of equipment used for drying drugs.

The alleged cook was charged with numerous offences.
Police will allege there were enough precursor chemicals to produce $8 million worth of MDA.

In the spare bedroom, next to a huge Lego collection, police claim they found a similarly designated area.

“They had sufficient laboratory equipment to produce great quantities of MDA,” Detective Inspector Denzil Clark of the Queensland Police Drug Squad said.

He said police would allege there were sufficient precursor chemicals to

Read more at: http://www.9news.com.au/national/2017/10/26/18/30/the-toxic-aftermath-of-an-alleged-8m-dollar-drug-bust

The Seattle Crime Scene Cleaners That Never Sleep

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Lake Stevens, WA — (ReleaseWire) — 10/12/2017 — Bio Clean is a team of crime scene cleaners serving the Seattle-Tacoma area that encompasses Redmond and Everett, and they also respond to biohazard cleanup calls in Olympia, Washington. This type of work is very challenging, and it is certainly not for everyone. People who get involved in this business have to deal with human tissue, blood, and other bodily fluids, and many individuals are too squeamish to become crime scene cleaners. Plus, it is not an easy field to get into for people that are willing to take on the physical challenges, because it takes an extensive amount training to gain the necessary certifications.

Why are there stringent requirements that companies must be able to comply with if they are going to serve

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‘It can make a gruesome mess’: Crime scene cleaner on what it’s like clearing up after a death

A crime scene cleaner has opened up about the gruesome scenes they witness when called to deal with the aftermath death.

Family members and landlords are often left to clean up after a body has been removed, no matter how gruesome or disturbing the aftermath is.

That’s when crime scene cleaning specialists like George Mensah are called in to restore some order and dignity to proceedings.

George, who runs Merseyside House Clearance, has dealt with decaying bodies, swarms of flies, dismembered fingers and even sex dungeons through his work, but sees it all as just part of his “recession proof” job.

The team feature on ITV’s Call The Cleaner
(Image: Liverpool Echo)

He told the Liverpool Echo : “We do what needs to be

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/it-can-make-gruesome-mess-11270584

‘It can make a gruesome mess’: Crime scene cleaner on what it’s like …

A crime scene cleaner has opened up about the gruesome scenes they witness when called to deal with the aftermath death.

Family members and landlords are often left to clean up after a body has been removed, no matter how gruesome or disturbing the aftermath is.

That’s when crime scene cleaning specialists like George Mensah are called in to restore some order and dignity to proceedings.

George, who runs Merseyside House Clearance, has dealt with decaying bodies, swarms of flies, dismembered fingers and even sex dungeons through his work, but sees it all as just part of his “recession proof” job.

The team feature on ITV’s Call The Cleaner
(Image: Liverpool Echo)

He told the Liverpool Echo : “We do what needs to be

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/it-can-make-gruesome-mess-11270584

Death, decay and sex dungeons: Confessions of a crime scene …

Long after the police have left a crime scene, and while a grieving family is still reeling from the death of a loved one, there is a big job that still needs to be done.

The clean up.

You see once the body is taken away a lot of people think it is the police or the council’s job to clean up – it isn’t.

Often relatives or landlords are left to deal with the aftermath of a death – violent or otherwise.

That is when they call George Mensah, a crime scene cleaner who specialises in dealing with the mess left behind in a dignified fashion.

He said: “We get the call, we don’t know what it is or where we are going – but it is never easy.

“It is even worse if people die naturally at home, because it becomes their family or landlords job to deal with what

Read more at: http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/death-decay-sex-dungeons-confessions-13698761

Death, decay and sex dungeons: Confessions of a crime scene cleaner

Long after the police have left a crime scene, and while a grieving family is still reeling from the death of a loved one, there is a big job that still needs to be done.

The clean up.

You see once the body is taken away a lot of people think it is the police or the council’s job to clean up – it isn’t.

Often relatives or landlords are left to deal with the aftermath of a death – violent or otherwise.

That is when they call George Mensah, a crime scene cleaner who specialises in dealing with the mess left behind in a dignified fashion.

He said: “We get the call, we don’t know what it is or where we are going – but it is never easy.

“It is even worse if people die naturally at home, because it becomes their family or landlords job to deal with what

Read more at: http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/death-decay-sex-dungeons-confessions-13698761

10 Most Unusual Jobs

Some do jobs for need, some for fun and some in lack of any other option. In this curious world one has lots of things to explore and same applies for the job which may get weird, unusual or dirty. Want to know how, then read further about some of the world’s most unconventional jobs.

Chocolate Engineer

chocolate-engineer

If you love designing things and have fantasy towards being an engineer then separate yourself from race by being Chocolate Engineer. Here you have not to deal with heavy machineries and tools, all one has to do is design and make chocolates. The job of a chocolate engineer is to create an assortment of delicious chocolate recipes. Isn’t it a lovely job but one has to keep control on tongue while designing them!!!

Island Caretaker

What can be the best job other than living in all natural

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‘I started dry retching’: the harrowing world of a trauma cleaner

Dorothy’s front door wouldn’t open. So they took it off its hinges.

“[We] were confronted immediately by a wall of garbage, decades upon decades of accumulated detritus,” says Sarah Krasnostein, author of The Trauma Cleaner. Dorothy’s impenetrable house was in a wealthy suburb, not far from a cafe that made raw almond milk. Krasnostein had arrived there with Sandra Pankhurst, the 63-year-old owner and operator of Specialised Trauma Cleaning Services.

“The floor wasn’t the floor, it started three or four feet up the wall, and through her rooms was the solid glacial mass of garbage fused together.”

In the four years Krasnostein spent writing and researching her book, she trailed Pankhurst to more than 20 grotesque and garbage-filled sites in suburban Melbourne. “People think ‘cleaning’ and that you need a bucket of water and a cloth,” Pankhurst told her as they stood together in the midst of Dorothy’s house. “We need

Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/sep/28/i-started-dry-retching-the-compassion-of-a-trauma-cleaner

Crime scene cleaning: Not a job for the faint-hearted

|     Goeran Gehlen     |

KASSEL, Germany (dpa) – There’s a distinct smell of death, and maggots are already crawling out from underneath the door. This is the kind of scene Sinisa Matokovic and his colleagues can face on any given day.

They are crime scene cleaners, venturing where few others will dare after the police have finished their work, and their services are much in demand in the German city of Kassel, where they are based. For property owners, they are a godsend, since many homes would be uninhabitable without their work.

Matokovic enjoys his job. “It’s full of variety,” says the 40-year-old. Carrying out the work is a question of mind over matter, he adds.

The company he works for, Tohr, employs a director of operations and five cleaners. Manager Dominik Kracheletz, a qualified funeral director, says the impetus for the business came from the customers. Whenever the undertaker came to collect

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