By SEAN MORTIMER
Staff Reporter 

Forensics Club fresh on the scene at Worland Middle School

 

April 20, 2023

Sean Mortimer

(Left to right) Anna Siegfried and Katelynn Cauffman watch as (on ladder) Jasper Richardson makes "blood spatter" by squeezing droplets of dyed water onto a target below from various heights. (Center) Jaden Butler stands ready to adjust the target for the next trial run.

The eighth grade science room at Worland Middle School looked like a scene out of an episode of CSI on Monday when the Forensics Club met to run experiments on blood spatter.

The club's founder, middle school science teacher Angela Richardson, had members of her club dropping "blood" (dyed water) from heights ranging from one foot to nine feet off the ground. Students found that as the height incr...



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