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It's a real method for analyzing blood splatters. To find the area of convergence, investigators typically use string to create straight lines through the long axis of individual drops, following the angle of impact along a flat plane, for instance the floor or wall where the drops are found. Following the lines to where they intersect shows ...


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No, Bateman and Dexter both introduce an element of existentialism into the mind of the psychopath; The subtle insertion of what it means to cope with your existence while being in the world and trying to seem, "Normal". Both characters exhibited existential angst with their decisions which we interpret as an emotionless process, however, the very process ...


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BCdotWEB's answer is very good and explains the reason, and gives out-of-universe answers, too. However, there is something in-universe to add: There is a big hint in episode Easy as pie (Season 3 Episode 7) where Dexter talks with Debra about Camilla who is very sick at the hospital. Dexter: She's in a lot of pain. Debra: Then I hope she goes fast....


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Because she wouldn't recover anyway: After coming this close to catching the Brain Surgeon, Deb ultimately would never fully recover from the gunshot wound the tough-talking (and acting) detective suffered in the penultimate episode. While she comes through surgery, a blood clot would later prove to be the one obstacle Deb could not recover from ...



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