Theres a difference between glorifying something and being interested in something. I don’t understand why I or anyone with a true crime blog gets messages like this because the answer to your issue is simple: if you don’t like something, stop fucking looking at it. Do I write in your ask box that I don’t like your generic posts and inaccurate, uneducated opinions? No, I don’t. Find something else to obsess over and stop being so sensitive.
asked by Anonymous
It is widely accepted that the decomposing bodies of animals and humans produce a variety of alcohol byproducts as they undergo putrefaction, including ethanol, the manufactured alcohol typically found in intoxicants. This natural process of decay can often serve to confound coroners who, through reliance on standard BAC test applications, are hoping to achieve a foolproof shortcut to determining the exact amount of alcohol a person had consumed antemortem and how intoxicated they actually were at the moment of death. Bodies immersed in water for a period of time further add to the dilemma of establishing accurate BAC levels in corpses because immersion can cause major spikes in blood/alcohol concentrations.