Lack of Posts – Apologies

I am extremely sorry for the lack of posts i said i would do last year. I currently and previously had so much work to do for my final year at university i have had no time whatsoever to sit down and carry on this blog. 

I am due to finish in early April when my dissertation is due, therefore i will soon after be doing regular posts for the readers of my blog and hope you carry on reading and sharing my posts. 

however if there is any questions you would like to ask from my previous posts i will still reply, and it will not be too long until i start this blog up and running again as it used to do. 

Thank You.



I just thought I would post on my blog that I have  graduated from university today with a degree of policing and criminal evidence. From this I have more spare time to do my own research and post on this blog. I will be returning to university after the summer to do another one year course too, but for the time being I am on summer break and will be working on my blog


I will also be posting very soon about different types of clothing and what type of people you may see wearing them. types of clothing are very important for reading people. It can give you a clear image on what the person has been doing, where they have been, their profession and even if they are financially stable or not. keep an eye out for these posts, as i think that a lot of the readers will be interested in what i will be uploading.


To tell if somebody is unsure about about some thing, they would use word spacers (erm), to slow down what they are saying and to give them time to reply or think about it. Word spacers can also be seen with somebody who is lying, when they haven’t fully prepared what they are going to say.

An unsure person would naturally pull a confused face involving facial tension which could include squinting their eyes or  tightening their lips together. They may also repeat themselves quite often, in order to try and convince themselves that what they are saying is true or correct.

With terms of body language an unsure person may often find themselves ‘fiddling’ with a small object like a pen which would take their mind off what they are thinking about or talking about.

Science of Deduction

This is great


Sherlock Holmes’s Science of Deduction teaches us that life is a great chain. The Science of Deduction and Analysis sharpens the faculties of observation, and teaches one where to look and what to look for. Like Sherlock, I don’t have friends, I have acquaintances. And frankly, I like better it this way. I have the freedom to furbish my mind to observe the strangers I meet on a daily basis.

From the morning to the evening, I sit here thinking to myself while observing your every breath, what is going through your mind? What excites you? What saddens you? Do you notice me the way I notice you? Do you observe me the way I observe you? If you are not observing, I long to know what exactly is going through your mind. What is it like in your funny little brains? It must be boring.

Analyzing human behaviour allows us to…

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I think we all know what we do when were scared…

But its what other people do when they are scared are what we are looking out for. When most people are scared, their body will shake mostly in their hands and legs. When a person is scared they may also develop a pale or red complexion. Also when a person is scared they won’t want to be in that particular place at that particular time and will try almost anything to get away from that situation.

Most of these signs are the same as when a person is nervous so try and differentiate them by considering the environment, time, day, place or the situation they could possibly be in.