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‘Criminal Minds’ Recap: Secrets and Lies in a Small Town – BuddyTV

Small towns aren’t perfect, and this episode of Criminal Minds proves just that, as the BAU heads to Hitchens, Virginia, to investigate after a police chief’s wife is brutally attacked.

“Full-Tilt Boogie” sees the team having to figure out what exactly the police chief is hiding. Did he attack his wife? Is his assistant police chief hiding something that could lead to the UnSub? And is the victim’s apparent addiction related to why she was beaten?

Criminal Minds Winter Premiere Recap: A Drought is Connected to Backyard Pool Murders

Can the Police Be Trusted?

Trish sends her husband, Steve and their kids off on a camping trip and then meets her friends at a local bar. There, Rick doesn’t want to take no for an answer, but a well-placed knee gives her time to get away. However, by the time she reports him to the police, he’s gone. Assistant Police Chief

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‘Criminal Minds’ Recap: Secrets and Lies in a Small Town

Small towns aren’t perfect, and this episode of Criminal Minds proves just that, as the BAU heads to Hitchens, Virginia, to investigate after a police chief’s wife is brutally attacked.

“Full-Tilt Boogie” sees the team having to figure out what exactly the police chief is hiding. Did he attack his wife? Is his assistant police chief hiding something that could lead to the UnSub? And is the victim’s apparent addiction related to why she was beaten?

Criminal Minds Winter Premiere Recap: A Drought is Connected to Backyard Pool Murders

Can the Police Be Trusted?

Trish sends her husband, Steve and their kids off on a camping trip and then meets her friends at a local bar. There, Rick doesn’t want to take no for an answer, but a well-placed knee gives her time to get away. However, by the time she reports him to the police, he’s gone. Assistant Police Chief

Read more at: http://www.buddytv.com/articles/criminal-minds/criminal-minds-recap-how-does-67290.aspx

Octavia Spencer on Her Style Icons, Beauty Secrets, and Everyday Favorite Things

For all her mega successes, we’d argue that onscreen, Octavia Spencer really hasn’t gotten a fair shake, sartorially speaking: She’s donned a midcentury maid’s uniform (The Help), dystopian hippie garb (The Divergent Series: Allegiant), and mousy secretarial layers (last year’s NASA heartwarmer, Hidden Figures). This month, Spencer, 47, returns to the big screen in The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro’s twisted Cold War fairy tale. Her look? Drab janitorial dresses. And in next month’s pulp thriller Small Town Crime, she’s again stuck in dowdy cardigans. Maybe that’s why in real life, the effervescent Oscar winner is all about leopard prints, spa days, and look-at-me lashes.

What’s your greatest skill?

Octavia Spencer: I’m a real armchair detective. I’ve always loved mystery novels. John Douglas at the FBI [a former unit chief and criminal-profiling expert]—I’m his biggest fan.

And shortcoming?

I’m impatient.

Where are you right now,

Read more at: http://www.elle.com/fashion/personal-style/a13120974/spencers-gifts-december-2017/

7 behind-the-scenes secrets from ‘Mindhunter,’ Netflix’s newest hit series

Mindhunter takes its inspiration from real-life events and people of the era, primarily drawing from the book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker. The character of Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) is based on Douglas, the former FBI special agent and unit chief who pioneered the field of criminal profiling. McCallany said that Douglas was a constant help to the actors on the series.

“Douglas, who has become a friend of mine, was a great resource for us,” McCallany said. “He’s always very generous with his wisdom, and I send him emails and I call him and ask him questions. I went to visit him at his house in Virginia; he’s an extremely knowledgeable guy and has been very supportive of us and of the show. Even recently, after the shooting in Las Vegas, when Stephen Paddock killed 58 people, the first call

Read more at: https://www.mensfitness.com/life/entertainment/7-behind-scenes-secrets-mindhunter-netflixs-newest-hit-series

‘Mindhunter’: 7 behind-the-scenes secrets

Mindhunter takes its inspiration from real-life events and people of the era, primarily drawing from the book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker. The character of Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) is based on Douglas, the former FBI special agent and unit chief who pioneered the field of criminal profiling. McCallany said that Douglas was a constant help to the actors on the series.

“Douglas, who has become a friend of mine, was a great resource for us,” McCallany said. “He’s always very generous with his wisdom, and I send him emails and I call him and ask him questions. I went to visit him at his house in Virginia; he’s an extremely knowledgeable guy and has been very supportive of us and of the show. Even recently, after the shooting in Las Vegas, when Stephen Paddock killed 58 people, the first call

Read more at: https://www.mensfitness.com/life/entertainment/7-behind-scenes-secrets-mindhunter-netflixs-newest-hit-series

Chemical Traces On Your Phone Can Reveal Deep Dark Secrets

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Every time you swipe your phone, you are leaving an important piece of you behind. Researchers of the University of California, San Diego conducted a trace analysis of the chemicals of 39 phones surrendered by volunteers. Based on their findings, scientists tried to create a profile detailing the behavior and the possible identity of the user.

Amina Bouslimani, the lead researcher, noted that on average, a person spends five hours on a mobile device. This is one reason why phones are similar to a person’s skin since the “phone also reflect who you are and what you do.” Each time your fingers touch your screen, you can leave chemical traces that could expose a lot about you.

Chemical Traces

The UCSD team used cotton swabs to wipe off the surface

Read more at: http://www.itechpost.com/articles/67341/20161221/chemical-traces-phone-reveal-deep-dark-secrets.htm

The surface of your phone is giving away your life secrets

Traces of skin, oil and grime left on your phone can reveal a lot about your lifestyle, and may some day serve as a “fingerprint” in criminal investigations, researchers said.

The study involved 39 volunteers who allowed scientists to swab their smart phones – and right hands – in several places. Researchers found a bounty of chemical information left behind on the devices.

These included anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal skin creams, hair loss treatments, anti-depressants and eye drops, according to the study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

They also found food molecules from citrus, caffeine, herbs and spices.

Sunscreen ingredients and DEET mosquito repellent were detected months after they had last been used by the phone owners.

“By analysing the molecules they’ve left behind on their phones, we could tell if a person is likely female, uses high-end cosmetics, dyes her hair, drinks coffee, prefers beer over wine, likes spicy food, is being treated for

Read more at: http://www.star2.com/living/science-technology/2016/11/25/the-surface-of-your-phone-is-giving-away-all-sorts-of-secrets-about-you/

The Grime on Your Smartphone Can Reveal Your Secrets – Yahoo

If the idea of someone digging up dirt about you is a concern, WikiLeaks may be only part of your worries. The dirt you leave behind on your smartphone also can reveal information about what you’ve been up to, according to a new study.

By taking just a quick swab of the chemical residue on a smartphone, scientists at the University of California, San Diego, could construct a lifestyle sketch of the phone’s owner, including his or her diet, health status, locations visited and even preferred hygiene products.

The researchers said they see a range of possible uses for such an analysis, from criminal profiling and forensics to health studies that monitor a person’s exposure to toxins or adherence

Read more at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/grime-smartphone-reveal-secrets-144400507.html

The Grime on Your Smartphone Can Reveal Your Secrets

If the idea of someone digging up dirt about you is a concern, WikiLeaks may be only part of your worries. The dirt you leave behind on your smartphone also can reveal information about what you’ve been up to, according to a new study.

By taking just a quick swab of the chemical residue on a smartphone, scientists at the University of California, San Diego, could construct a lifestyle sketch of the phone’s owner, including his or her diet, health status, locations visited and even preferred hygiene products.

The researchers said they see a range of possible uses for such an analysis, from criminal profiling and forensics to health studies that monitor a person’s exposure to toxins or adherence to a medicine regimen. [Body Bugs: 5 Surprising Facts About Your Microbiome]

The analysis, described today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, may not be able

Read more at: http://www.livescience.com/56870-smartphone-chemicals-microbes-reveal-your-lifestyle.html