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While people will always get away with lying, ντετεκτιβ, most lies are pretty easy to spot if you know how to read the signs. Here are a few techniques to determine if someone is telling the truth or not. Ντετεκτιβ.





1. Start by asking neutral questions.

By asking someone basic, nonthreatening questions, you are able to observe a response baseline. Ask them about the weather, their plans for the weekend, ντετεκτιβ, or anything that would elicit a normal, comfortable response. When they respond, observe their body language and eye movement—you want to know how they act when they are telling the truth. Do they shift stance? Glance in one direction or the other? Or look you dead in the eye? Make sure you ask enough questions to observe a pattern.





2. Find the hot spot.

Once you move from neutral territory to the “lie zone,” you should be able to observe a change in body language, facial expressions, eye movement, and sentence structure. Everyone will give different subconscious clues when telling a lie, which is why it’s important to observe a normal baseline prior to entering the lie zone.


3. Watch body language.

Liars often pull their body inward when lying to make themselves feel smaller and less noticeable. Many people will become squirmy and sometimes conceal their hands to subconsciously hide fidgety fingers. You might also observe shoulder shrugging.





4. Observe micro-facial expressions.


People will often give away a lie in their facial expression, but some of these facial expressions are subtle and difficult to spot. Some people will change their facial coloration to a slighter shade of pink, others will flare their nostrils slightly, bite their lip, ντετεκτιβ, perspire slightly, or blink rapidly. Each of these changes in facial expression signifies an increase in brain activity as lying begins.





5. Listen to tone, cadence, and sentence structures.

Often when a person is lying they will slightly change the tone and cadence of their speech. They might start speaking more quickly or slowly, and with either a higher or lower tone. Often, the sentences they use become more complex as their brain works on overdrive to keep up with their tale.


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Updated: Aug 23

The Dardeen family met a truly, ντετεκτιβ, disturbing end in their small town of Ina, Illinois in 1987. More than a decade later, a serial killer sitting on death row in Texas would claim he committed the crimes, along with more than 70 other slayings. Yet the truth of the Dardeens’ final moments remains as uncertain today as it was on the evening of November 18, 1987 when police first discovered, ντετεκτιβ, their brutalized bodies.





The police visited the trailer because Russell Keith Dardeen, ντετεκτιβ, then 29 years old, hadn’t shown up for his job as a water treatment plant operator at the nearby Rend Lake Water Conservancy District. Reportedly, Keith—he preferred to go by his middle name—was an extremely reliable worker; when he neither appeared for work nor called in to report his absence, his supervisor placed calls to both of Keith’s parents, who said that they hadn’t seen him. By evening, the police went to the Dardeen family home to investigate, where they met Don Dardeen, Keith’s father, ντετεκτιβ, who had brought keys to the trailer.


To make matters worse, Elaine had been pregnant with the couples’ second child, a daughter, and the beating caused her to go into labor. The killer or killers had shown no mercy, however, and the newborn child was beaten to death as well. Elaine was bound with duct tape and gagged, and all three were tucked into bed together. The area had even been cleaned up, indicating that the killer or killers had been in no hurry to vacate the crime scene. Γραφεία ιδιωτικών ερευνών, ντετεκτιβ IPI.





The initial suspicions that Keith Dardeen had brutally murdered his own family were quickly laid to rest when his body was found the following day, lying in a nearby field. He had been shot three times, and his penis was cut off. Police found Keith’s car parked outside the police station in the nearby town of Benton, some 11 miles from the Dardeen home. Blood on the interior indicated that it was the likely site of Keith Dardeen’s murder.


Such a brutal crime would have been enough to shock a rural community, but the fact was that the Dardeens were not the first victims in the area. Over the past two years, Jefferson County had been home to 15 homicides, including one particularly grim case in which a teenager living in Mount Vernon killed his parents and three siblings. ΝΤΕΤΕΚΤΙΒ.





While the spate of murders seemed unrelated, it was enough to drive locals into an intense state of fear. During the days and weeks following the discovery of the Dardeen family murders, locals took to openly carrying shotguns and the coroner in nearby Franklin County was quoted as saying that locals were so afraid to let strangers into their homes that if he ran out of gas on a country road, he wouldn’t even bother knocking on the door and would instead simply walk to the highway and hitch a ride.


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Updated: Aug 23

there a serial killer stalking college-aged men? ντετεκτιβ, The FBI insists no one is drowning inebriated college males and leaving behind a painted smiley face where he dumps the bodies. But no matter how many times officials try to squelch the theory, the rumor of the Smiley Face Killer will not die. And the bodies keep cropping up. ντετεκτιβ.





The theory originated with two New York City police detectives, Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte. They concluded that the deaths of at least 45 young men by drowning have too many similarities to be unrelated. Ντετεκτιβ, Although the theory began in connection with bodies found in New York City, it spread to include murder cases from the Midwest. In at least a dozen cases, a painted smiley face was found near a body of water where a victim's corpse was dumped.


Nearly all the victims of the supposed Smiley Face Killer were white college men. The detectives speculate the motive may be jealousy, as all the men were good looking, athletic, and academically successful. Because some of the deaths occurred the same night, but in different states, the NYC detectives altered their theory slightly, believing that the murders were carried out by an organized gang of killers. They believed their theory enough to reportedly use their own personal money to continue the investigation when official funds dried up. ΓΡΑΦΕΙΑ ΙΔΙΩΤΙΚΩΝ ΕΡΕΥΝΩΝ I.P.I., ΝΤΕΤΕΚΤΙΒ ΜΑΡΟΥΣΙ, ντετεκτιβ ΓΛΥΦΑΔΑ.




The smiley face killer theory all began with the 1997 death of 21-year-old Patrick McNeill. McNeill was last seen drinking with friends in a Manhattan bar. Volunteers plastered the city with thousands of “Missing” fliers. McNeill’s body was, ντετεκτιβ, found two months later and 12 miles away, near the entrance to New York Harbor. Police found no evidence of foul play, but detectives Gannon and Duarte were not convinced; they pledged to keep working on the case, ΓΡΑΦΕΙΑ ΙΔΙΩΤΙΚΩΝ ΕΡΕΥΝΩΝ I.P.I., ΝΤΕΤΕΚΤΙΒ.





The Smiley Face Killer was invoked as recently as 2016 after the drowning death of a 24-year-old in Hoboken. Matthew Genovese had last been seen drinking at a local pub with friends. Like so many of the other supposed murders, Genovese’s body showed no signs of foul play. Despite this, ντετεκτιβ, many Hoboken residents began to panic about a phantom serial killer possibly living among them.





Despite this most recent case, even Ganon and Duarte have given up on their theory. After spending years (and seemingly a significant chunk of their money) on the Smiley Face Killer theory, the pair stopped researching the case in about 2012.

The victims' families and a number of internet sleuths, however, still hold out hope that the Smiley Face Killer theory will prove to be true. It would lend some sense of meaning to the deaths of the many victims whose unexplained drownings still haunt their loved ones.


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