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From hoarders to homicides, this crew gets the call to cleanup Houston’s most gruesome scenes – KTRK

When crime scene tape goes up, one company gets ready for work.

For the past two years, Daren Harrison and TJ Reese have scrubbed Houston’s homicides.

“You can catch anything from hair follicles to brain matter to pieces of skulls,” Harrison said.

“You’re looking at it as a movie, as a horror movie,” Reese said.

To show us how it’s done, the pair’s company, Bio One Houston, created a scene using corn syrup. It took about 30 minutes to clean, but normally, jobs last for hours.

“We’re really good at sleuthing out those types of splatters and other touch points around a room where people might have spread the blood and other bodily fluid,” Bio One Houston owner George Morrison said.

Bio One Houston cleans homicides and suicides. Visuals aren’t the only tough part of the job.

Dealing with bodily fluids means employees have to be careful. Crews are covered from head-to-toe.

The materials they

Read more at: http://abc13.com/meet-the-crew-cleaning-up-houstons-most-heinous-crimes/3048543/

Taranaki firm behind the scenes of history, one cleanup at a time

After Disaster owner James Nunes-Vaz has never ever turned down a cleaning  job.

After Disaster owner James Nunes-Vaz has never ever turned down a cleaning job.

The aftermath of people’s nightmares – treasured possessions lying burned, blackened and twisted, or blood soaking into a carpet – is all in a day’s work for James Nunes-Vaz.

He owns After Disaster, a New Plymouth-based company that cleans up when things go wrong. Any sort of wrong.

“We’ve made a point we’ll never turn anyone away. We’ll always find a way to fix it.”

Damaged homes in Edgecumbe after flood waters tore through the Bay of Plenty town in April.

Damaged homes in Edgecumbe after flood waters tore through the Bay of Plenty town in April.

His team of seven are highly trained and have a wide range of specialised equipment to match. They travel

Read more at: https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/94322871/taranaki-firm-behind-the-scenes-of-history-one-cleanup-at-a-time

Taranaki firm behind the scenes of history, one cleanup at a time …

After Disaster owner James Nunes-Vaz has never ever turned down a cleaning  job.

After Disaster owner James Nunes-Vaz has never ever turned down a cleaning job.

The aftermath of people’s nightmares – treasured possessions lying burned, blackened and twisted, or blood soaking into a carpet – is all in a day’s work for James Nunes-Vaz.

He owns After Disaster, a New Plymouth-based company that cleans up when things go wrong. Any sort of wrong.

“We’ve made a point we’ll never turn anyone away. We’ll always find a way to fix it.”

Damaged homes in Edgecumbe after flood waters tore through the Bay of Plenty town in April.

Damaged homes in Edgecumbe after flood waters tore through the Bay of Plenty town in April.

His team of seven are highly trained and have a wide range of specialised equipment to match. They travel

Read more at: https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/94322871/taranaki-firm-behind-the-scenes-of-history-one-cleanup-at-a-time

A Game Where You Try To Clean Crime Scenes Without Getting …

Serial Cleaner is a game where you play as a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. You have to sneak around cops in order to vacuum up bloodstains, pick up bodies and pocket murder weapons. For a game about cleaning, it’s surprisingly fun.
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Read more at: https://www.kotaku.com.au/2017/07/a-game-where-you-try-to-clean-crime-scenes-without-getting-caught/

A Game Where You Try To Clean Crime Scenes Without Getting Caught

Serial Cleaner is a game where you play as a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. You have to sneak around cops in order to vacuum up bloodstains, pick up bodies and pocket murder weapons. For a game about cleaning, it’s surprisingly fun.
Continue reading

Read more at: https://www.kotaku.com.au/2017/07/a-game-where-you-try-to-clean-crime-scenes-without-getting-caught/

A Game Where You Try To Clean Crime Scenes Without Getting Caught

Behold, my AMAZING vacuum cleaner, capable of vacuuming grass and eliminating blood stains.

Serial Cleaner is a game where you play as a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. You have to sneak around cops in order to vacuum up bloodstains, pick up bodies, and pocket murder weapons. For a game about cleaning, it’s surprisingly fun.

Each level is set in a different location: a camping ground, a high-rise office, a log cabin by a swamp. You can hide from police officers in cabinets and storage bins, or duck behind things to break line of sight. Each level has a certain number of items, bodies, and blood splatters you have to clean up with your vacuum (which miraculously, works on grass and doesn’t leave bloodstains). You also have to pick up the bodies

Read more at: http://kotaku.com/a-game-where-you-try-to-clean-crime-scenes-without-gett-1796882203

PAX East 2017: Mop Up Crime Scenes in Serial Cleaner | Hardcore …

Straight out of the ’70s, or more so the over-the-top version of the ’70s Pulp Fiction introduced us to, Serial Cleaner is a stylish and challenging stealth action game from iFun4All and Curve Digital that has you playing as a crime scene cleaner that works for the mob, and might like the job a little too much.

Playing through the first six levels, I was able to get a feel for the difficulty and gameplay. Your main duties as the serial cleaner include vacuuming up blood, hiding bodies, and picking up evidence. Each level, you’ll have a certain amount of blood you’ll be required to clean up, and a certain number of bodies and evidence all without being seen by the patrolling police. If you’re seen, the cop will chase you, and they’re faster than you, so the only

Read more at: https://www.hardcoregamer.com/2017/03/19/pax-east-2017-mop-up-crime-scenes-in-serial-cleaner/250842/

PAX East 2017: Mop Up Crime Scenes in Serial Cleaner

Straight out of the ’70s, or more so the over-the-top version of the ’70s Pulp Fiction introduced us to, Serial Cleaner is a stylish and challenging stealth action game from iFun4All and Curve Digital that has you playing as a crime scene cleaner that works for the mob, and might like the job a little too much.

Playing through the first six levels, I was able to get a feel for the difficulty and gameplay. Your main duties as the serial cleaner include vacuuming up blood, hiding bodies, and picking up evidence. Each level, you’ll have a certain amount of blood you’ll be required to clean up, and a certain number of bodies and evidence all without being seen by the patrolling police. If you’re seen, the cop will chase you, and they’re faster than you, so the only

Read more at: http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2017/03/19/pax-east-2017-mop-up-crime-scenes-in-serial-cleaner/250842/

Cleanup crews tackle it all, from crime scenes to natural disasters

Cleanup and restoration crews are used to the unexpected. One day, a crew could be repairing mold damage to a house. The next day, it could be at a homicide.

Crews deal with residue of all kinds from fire, water, mold and hazardous materials. Crews show up after a fire department extinguishes flames, after homicide detectives comb through a crime scene and after a storm barrels through the city.

They clean it up.

At Servpro, one of the Peninsula’s many cleanup and restoration companies, the business’ slogan is painted on the bright green walls at its Newport News office: “Like it never even happened.”

Cleanup crews tackle it all, from crime scenes to natural disasters …

Cleanup and restoration crews are used to the unexpected. One day, a crew could be repairing mold damage to a house. The next day, it could be at a homicide.

Crews deal with residue of all kinds from fire, water, mold and hazardous materials. Crews show up after a fire department extinguishes flames, after homicide detectives comb through a crime scene and after a storm barrels through the city.

They clean it up.

At Servpro, one of the Peninsula’s many cleanup and restoration companies, the business’ slogan is painted on the bright green walls at its Newport News office: “Like it never even happened.”