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Serial Cleaner for Xbox One review: A blood-splattered stealth puzzler that’s well worth $15

Serial Cleaner is one of those rare titles that show up every now and then and do something unique.

In Serial Cleaner, your job isn’t to run around shooting villains or being a gangster. Instead, it’s your job to clean up the mess after various scenes of carnage have already unfolded.

Working for various shady characters, Bob “The Cleaner” Leaner travels from hit to hit, steam cleaner in hand, removing evidence, mopping up blood, and disposing of dead bodies. Serial Cleaner is certainly among the most unique games I’ve played so far on Xbox One, but is this stealth ’em up worth $15, or is it taking you to the cleaners?

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Serial Cleaner: What you’ll love

Serial Cleaner takes place in the 1970s, and it draws more inspiration from movies than video games. Indeed, you can even discover hidden film reels and unlock

Read more at: https://www.windowscentral.com/serial-cleaner-xbox-one-review

‘My blood, some murder or something’: Man fuzzy on why he was called to testify at triple-murder trial

The triple-murder trial of Ian Bush took a strange twist on Friday when the jury heard that DNA evidence linked another man to the bloody crime scene.

Police had found a partial DNA profile in their sweep of the Riverside Drive condo where retired tax judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde, and friend Marie-Claire Beniskos, were bound, beaten and suffocated in June 2007.

Antony Thavaratnam, 57, never set foot in Ottawa until 2009, some two years after the killings.

The Toronto warehouse shipper, who has been ruled out as a suspect, was called to the stand on Friday.

It was a bit of work for him to get to the Elgin Street courthouse. He finished his night shift at 12:45 a.m., went home to change his clothes so he could get to his paper routes (Toronto Sun and Toronto Star), then drove to Ottawa but not before getting lost along the way.

Under examination-in-chief by

Read more at: http://cnews.canoe.com/CNEWS/Crime/2017/04/21/22719477.html

‘My blood, some murder or something’: Man fuzzy on why he was called to testify at triple-murder trial

The triple-murder trial of Ian Bush took a strange twist on Friday when the jury heard that DNA evidence linked another man to the bloody crime scene.

Police had found a partial DNA profile in their sweep of the Riverside Drive condo where retired tax judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde, and friend Marie-Claire Beniskos, were bound, beaten and suffocated in June 2007.

Antony Thavaratnam, 57, never set foot in Ottawa until 2009, some two years after the killings.

The Toronto warehouse shipper, who has been ruled out as a suspect, was called to the stand on Friday.

It was a bit of work for him to get to the Elgin Street courthouse. He finished his night shift at 12:45 a.m., went home to change his clothes so he could get to his paper routes (Toronto Sun and Toronto Star), then drove to Ottawa but not before getting lost along the way.

Under examination-in-chief by

Read more at: http://www.ottawasun.com/2017/04/21/my-blood-some-murder-or-something-man-fuzzy-on-why-he-was-called-to-testify-at-triple-murder-trial

‘My blood, some murder or something’: Man fuzzy on why he was called to testify at triple-murder trial

The triple-murder trial of Ian Bush took a strange twist on Friday when the jury heard that DNA evidence linked another man to the bloody crime scene.

Police had found a partial DNA profile in their sweep of the Riverside Drive condo where retired tax judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde, and friend Marie-Claire Beniskos, were bound, beaten and suffocated in June 2007.

Antony Thavaratnam, 57, never set foot in Ottawa until 2009, some two years after the killings.

The Toronto warehouse shipper, who has been ruled out as a suspect, was called to the stand on Friday.

It was a bit of work for him to get to the Elgin Street courthouse. He finished his night shift at 12:45 a.m., went home to change his clothes so he could get to his paper routes (Toronto Sun and Toronto Star), then drove to Ottawa but not before getting lost along the way.

Under examination-in-chief by

Read more at: http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/my-blood-some-murder-or-something-man-fuzzy-on-why-he-was-called-to-testify-at-triple-murder-trial

The aftermath of murder: Crime crew mop pools of blood in grisly footage

The clip, shot using state-of-the-art 360 degree camera technology, shows the teams working inside a New York City house that played host to a shocking murder late last year. Blood stains cover the floor in almost every room of the house, painting the staircase and hallway in a chilling dark red carpet.

Men dressed in yellow biohazard suits package up items left in the rooms to be disposed of, before moving on to the next to begin the arduous task of cleaning.

a man cleaning up a murder scene in New York City
HORROR SHOW: A crime scene clean up worker deals with the grisly aftermath of the killing

In one of the final shots included in the video, the camera is positioned inside the room 25-year-old Carolyn Bush’s body was found showing the horror of the scene that unfolded.Bush was killed by her roommate, 26-year-old

Read more at: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/590224/crime-scene-clean-up-murder-New-York-City-Carolyn-Bush-Render-Stetson-Shanahan

Rotting corpses, blood splattered walls, dead cats: Crime scene cleaner reveals gruesome scenes of horror job

If you’ve ever watched CSI and thought ‘I could do that’ – think again.

A crime scene cleaner has spoken candidly about the gruesome encounters he experiences on a daily basis – and it’s a world away from the stylized forensics drama.

Josh Marsden, managing director of Australia Forensic Warning, started his own biohazard crime cleaning company more than 10 years ago.

In that time he has had to remove maggots from rotting corpses, clean up dead rats and cats and sort out pools of dried blood.

But the worse thing about his job? The overpowering stench of the dead.

“My first reaction was how do you get rid of that smell. The first job we did was getting rid of the smell,” he told Daily Mail Australia .

Josh reveals gruesome details of being a crime scene cleaner

Murder scene… Josh often has to

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/rotting-corpses-blood-splattered-walls-9454773

Crime scene cleaners share the perils of dealing with ‘blood-spattered’ homes where bodies have sometimes lain for …

IF you’ve got a weak stomach, this certainly wouldn’t be the job for you.

A crime scene cleaner has spoken frankly about the grisly encounters he experiences on a daily basis – from the stench of ageing, rotting corpses to blood-spattered walls.

A crime cleaner has spoken frankly about the grisly encounters he experiences on a daily basis

A crime scene cleaner has spoken frankly about the grisly encounters he experiences on a daily basis

Josh Marsden is the managing director of Australian Forensic Cleaning, which he started up having run his own commercial cleaning business for 10 years.

He told how the toughest thing about clearing up a crime scene involving a dead body is the smell.

Josh told Daily Mail Australia: “The hardest part of the job is the odour. It is pretty horrendous when you’re in the middle of it

Read more at: https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2382635/crime-scene-cleaners-share-the-perils-of-dealing-with-blood-spattered-homes-where-bodies-have-sometimes-lain-for-five-months/

Blood-spattered walls, unbearable odours and houses where people lay dead for months: Inside the world of crime …

  • Crime scene cleaner talks about the grisly scenes he encounters during work 
  • Josh Marsden confronts dead bodies and animals, blood stains and mass rubbish
  • Crime scene cleaners often have to rip up the whole house to clean out odour
  • It can be up to five months before dead bodies can be found in their house 

Riley Morgan For Daily Mail Australia