Death in Miniature
April 19, 2007 8:21 PM   Subscribe

Frances Glessner Lee (previously discussed here) was a pioneer in forensic studies who built reproductions of crime scenes in dollhouses. Photographs of the dioramas, courtesy of Corinne May Botz.[More Inside] [viaATNY]
posted by grapefruitmoon (8 comments total) 14 users marked this as a favorite

 
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posted by grapefruitmoon at 8:21 PM on April 19, 2007


An amazingly interesting (and creepily fascinating) set of links, thanks!
posted by amyms at 8:56 PM on April 19, 2007


Argh! CSI Spoilers!
posted by Dave Faris at 9:06 PM on April 19, 2007


[this is excellent]
posted by Slithy_Tove at 10:31 PM on April 19, 2007


Wow, these are amazing grapefruitmoon - thanks.

Dave Faris writes 'Argh! CSI Spoilers!'

Hah, sad CSI addict that I am, that was my first thought too. I wonder if this was the inspiration.

posted by jack_mo at 1:51 AM on April 20, 2007


Somewhere, a pathetic but talented individual, obsessed with Dare Wright fanpic, begins to construct a setting for the photoessay The Lonely Doll Takes an Icepick to the Chest.
posted by adipocere at 5:18 AM on April 20, 2007


I suppose it's ghoulish of me to want to build my own "crime scene" dollhouse now.
posted by Jess the Mess at 7:13 AM on April 20, 2007


Amazing post. Thanks grapefruitmoon. What an extraordinary story about Frances Glessner Lee and her Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death. The photograph of her at work on her project seems right out of a home album belonging to Miss Marple, Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie, Hitchcock or somebody. Love that Visible Proofs site too.
posted by nickyskye at 12:07 PM on April 20, 2007


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