For trainee detectives, here is an application that might interest you. Her name is CrimeDoor and she will take you to real crime scenes using augmented reality technology. This will allow you to conduct your own investigation based on the evidence that has been provided to the public.
Among the famous cases available at the application level, there is the one called " Jeffrey Epstein Experience ". As a reminder, Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on July 6, 2019 for having sexually abused dozens of young girls, but also for having played the role of a pimp to his rich friends. However, he will never know the verdict on his case since he was found dead in his cell on August 10, 2019, the alleged cause of his death being suicide by hanging. Epstein was 66 at the time of his death and awaiting trial at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City.
According to Daily Beast, CrimeDoor appears to be giving conspiracy theorists the opportunity to see for themselves what happened to Epstein, even though forensic scientists have concluded it was suicide.
The stages of the virtual survey
CrimeDoor uses the real world as the basis to recreate the crime scene using AR images. In this setting, the doors are used as portals to move through the different rooms. In the case of Jeffrey Epstein, the first room that appears is the medical examination room where the lifeless body of the man can be seen on a table. App users can then walk around the room and view the body up close for clues. The app also gives hints as to what to see.
After the examination room, we can go through a portal to find ourselves in the cell where Epstein spent his last moments. In it, you can see sheets all over the floor, as well as other objects such as a note left on the table or shoes.
Apparently, the sheets in question are important to the CrimeDoor investigation as Bill Mersey, Epstein's former fellow inmate, indicated that he recalls hearing bed sheets being torn in the middle of the night. night.
A doubtful death?
It is not known whether using the CrimeDoor app will lead to a different conclusion than the authorities regarding Epstein's death. For Paul Holes, a former unresolved case investigator and also a paid sponsor of the app, there is something unclear about the story. He said he had doubts about the direction of the mark on Epstein's neck. According to him, this mark should be vertical because of the fact that the man hanged himself, yet it appears to be horizontal. He added that the mark looks more like one left by a manual choke than one left by a hanging.
In any case, we will see what will give the CrimeDoor application in the hands of the public. We know that other cases can be reviewed on the app from February, including those of Tupac, Biggie and Nipsey Hussle.