forensic-anthropology

forensic anthropology

Kathy Reichs of Bones (Temperance Brennan IRL) visits HMNS and talks scientific vs. script-writing, creating the “crimedy” & more
September 13, 2012 · 1 Comment

What better place for the creator of Bones to give a presentation than at the Houston Museum of Natural Science? Dr. Kathy Reichs — forensic anthropologist, best-selling author and real-life inspiration for the popular television series (and original “crimedy“) Bones — spoke to students of HCC’s Northwest Audio Recording & Filmmaking Department on Sept. 7 […]



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