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There are some companies out there that specialize in "crime & trauma scene cleaning" like this company in Alabama.
We heard about the unusual job and talked about it on the show. Crime Scene Technician's assist in the cleanup of crime scenes which includes blood removal, suicide & homicide cleanup, undiscovered death & body decomposition, biohazard & hazardous waste removal and more.
While talking about the job, a real life technician called in and told us it's not as crazy as it sounds.
Listen to the call below!
After hearing about the job duties + from a real technician, would you be able to do this job?
Would you be a crime scene technician (cleaning up crime scenes) for about $100K a year?— Bobby Bones Show (@bobbybonesshow) April 18, 2018