Lyle and Louise: Shot in the Dark™ Bullet Striations
Discover details about the events surrounding a murder.
Supplier: Crosscutting Concepts LLC VXHLLBTS
Students examine a bullet found at the scene of a crime.
- Students compare and try to stitch together evidence from two different crime scenes
- In scene one, a bullet is found in the mud outside a cabin
- In another crime scene, police find an unloaded gun, presumably left behind by the suspects
- Study of bullet striations to help relate if the bullet from the cabin was fired from the gun found in scene two
- Students compare the markings on bullets to match the striations
For up to 30 students working in six groups. Kit is geared toward high school and undergraduate courses and is matched to National Science Education Standards.
|Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Shot In the Dark™ Bullet Striations Forensic Science Curriculum Kit|
|For teaching students how to compare the markings on bullets to match striations|
|Computer with internet access for each group, rulers for each group, microscope for each group (optional)|
|9 to Undergraduate|
|Fully illustrated instructors manual, 12 fired bullets (2 bullets per group), 6 photos per group of microscopic bullet striations from the evidence bullets, 6 protractors, 6 magnifiers|
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