Under the Microscope (KillerNashville Article by Steve Bradshaw)

For all you crime writers out there, it’s important to have a working understanding of how investigators set about to collecting evidence, and the gravity of every second, every random phenomenon or clue found at the scene of death.

Steve Bradshaw, author and founder-president/CEO of Active Implants Corporation has investigated a lot of deaths—thousands, actually. In all his experience, one fact has remained constant: the moment a person dies, the clock begins ticking for medical investigators and their affiliates to collect and evaluate evidence. In many cases, the amount of time between death and investigation is one of the largest determining factors of whether the truth of an incident can ever be unveiled.

Steve Bradshaw understands that urgency. In this installment of “Under the Microscope”, Bradshaw recounts an investigation and how, if it weren’t for diligence, skill, and a quick response time (and maybe just a little luck), it could have come to a much different conclusion.

For article by Steve Bradshaw “Death Scenes are Castles in the Sand” click here:

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At the height of the Cold War the Soviet Union was spending 60 million rubles a year on psychic-weaponry. In 1972 the U.S. Government launched a well-publicized initiative to investigate psychic phenomena for potential military and domestic applications. Thousands of self-proclaimed psychics were tested, but only a few were contracted by the government. The unnamed, elite force of claravoyants (remote viewers) possessed the ability to “see” people, places, and events from great distances without the use of known senses. It was believed those governments harnessing psychic intelligence capabilities would have an enormous advantage over others nations.

Fort Meade 1970

Fort Meade 1970s – Gondola Wish Project

The secret U.S. Government program had many code names—Scanate, Gondola Wish, Grill Flame, Inscom, and Stargate—and moved between the Defence Intelligence Agency, the military, and the Central Intelligence Agency. In 1995, after 25 years and multimillions of dollars spent, the CIA abruptly terminated Stargate claiming the psychic-weaponry program had produced no actionable information utilized by intelligence operartions. An independent study disagreed with the CIA claims. Declassified documents released to the public appeared to be selected and heavily redacted, and many of the government contracted remote viewers vanished.

Installment #3 “CONCLUSION…My First Case…Multiple GSW to Chest…Suicide?”


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The autopsy room is cold. The lights are brightest over the naked body on the stainless steel bed. The laminar air-flow hood above the dead man attempts to remove airborne debris and the unmistakable, sweet smell of human flesh from the work area but mostly … Continue reading

Installment #2 “My First Case…Multiple GSW to Chest…Suicide?”


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I was car sick. The death scene was bloody, but that never bothered me before. I think the combination of smell and the bouncing trip out was all it took. The vet thinks to this day I threw-up because it … Continue reading