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Forensic Art

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Variety Topics Talk

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Today's Topic is "Forensic Artist Lois Gibson". Lois will discuss with me how Forensic Art plays a very important part in solving crimes.  Lois will also discuss with me her career as a Forensic Sketch Artist and how and why she became an Forensic's Artist.  We will also cover why Lois is leading the effort in spreading her profession all over the country.  Most cities and states have no Forensic Artist she would like to change that.  Lois and I will also discuss her book "Faces Of Evil". Lois Gibson is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as The World’s Most Successful Forensic Artist. Equal parts skilled artist and accomplished police veteran, she is a power force in the world of crime fighting.  Surviving a near-death attack at the hands of a murderous rapist motivated Lois to create the forensic artist job at the Houston Police Department where she has helped bring in over 1,266 criminals. She wrote Faces of Evil, a gripping true-crime book detailing her most fascinating cases in the gritty world of crime scenes and forensic detection and her stirring story of redemption. She authored the first textbook teaching her profession to other artists titled Forensic Art Essentials.  She currently appears in exciting segments of TRU TV Network’s Forensic Files and A & E’s First 48.