Since the investigation proper of a true Art work parallels that of a real crime scene analysis [if you've any idea what you're doing - that is] it seems fitting to borrow some terminology.

I, for instance, like the dissonance of all clips below played at once. [Try it].

[QUESTIONNAIRE] Allows investigators to establish the truth of subject and subject matter alike.

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[POLYPTYCH] Reconstructive evidence - reconstructive evidence allows investigators to gain an understanding of the actions that took place at the scene; a broken window, a blood red spatter pattern, thought paths and other imprints.

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[CONJECTURES] Transient evidence - Evidence which by its very nature or the conditions at the scene will lose its evidentiary value if not preserved and protected (e.g., tears in the rain)

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[POLAROIDS] Latent print - A fingerprint, palm print or footprint that is not readily visible under normal lighting.

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[CUBES] Trace evidence - Physical evidence that results from the transfer of small quantities of materials (e.g., hair, textile fibers, paint chips, glass fragments, plastic residue particles).

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[SUBPLOTS] Impression evidence - Objects or materials that have retained the characteristics of other objects that have been physically pressed against them.

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[QUIZZES] Cryptic stuff the author throws at you the odd time. Enjoy.

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