The bloody truth behind death scenes
BOISE, Idaho - Violent crime scenes, suicides and very bad accidents all have one thing in common: lots of blood and body tissue.
"Blood can be splattered almost anywherefrom the ceiling to the wall above cabinets in kitchens and it can get underneath flooring," said Steve Schuelke, a professional cleaner and restoration expert.
When blood and body tissue is left behind, people such as Schuelke and Nick Bradshaw are called to clean it up. From Bakersfield Now.