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Offline Caroline

But we're not talking uncontaminated menstrual blood.  We're talking menstrual blood heavily diluted in water and whether or not it then smells differently to normal blood also heavily diluted in water.  My experiment showed no discernible difference in odour.

What do you know about the buckets at WHF? Like how much water? How soiled the garment was? You can't just do one experiment and claim that it disproves something. I keep telling you this, also, why did you have a bucket just filled with water? That was totally unnecessary - the control bucket was the one with ordinary blood. If you're going to spring Bamber with your daring do as a forensic specialist - you really must learn this stuff.  8((()*/

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Offline Holly Goodhead

What do you know about the buckets at WHF? Like how much water? How soiled the garment was? You can't just do one experiment and claim that it disproves something. I keep telling you this, also, why did you have a bucket just filled with water? That was totally unnecessary - the control bucket was the one with ordinary blood. If you're going to spring Bamber with your daring do as a forensic specialist - you really must learn this stuff.  8((()*/

The control bucket was necessary as all the kit was new and I needed to eliminate any odours coming from this.

It didn't matter anout the precise quantities of blood and water.  The fact remains when it's diluted down with water it becomes odourless. 

The experiment was carried out nearly 7 years ago at a time I was only getting into my stride  ?>)()<

It has nothing to do with the new forensic tests. 
Just my opinion of course but Jeremy Bamber is innocent and a couple from UK, unknown to T9, abducted Madeleine McCann - motive unknown.

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The control bucket was necessary as all the kit was new and I needed to eliminate any odours coming from this.

It didn't matter anout the precise quantities of blood and water.  The fact remains when it's diluted down with water it becomes odourless. 

The experiment was carried out nearly 7 years ago at a time I was only getting into my stride  ?>)()<

It has nothing to do with the new forensic tests.
You couldn't be used as a cadaver dog if you say blood and water mixed becomes odourless.
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Offline Caroline

The control bucket was necessary as all the kit was new and I needed to eliminate any odours coming from this.

It didn't matter anout the precise quantities of blood and water.  The fact remains when it's diluted down with water it becomes odourless. 

The experiment was carried out nearly 7 years ago at a time I was only getting into my stride  ?>)()<

It has nothing to do with the new forensic tests.

Of course it would matter how much water was used; look up how dilution works.

No the third bucket wasn't needed - it wasn't a test for the smell of plastic  and you used new buckets for both the blood groups @)(++(* @)(++(* so they would either both smell of plastic or neither would . Also you didn't mention this new variable in your experiment?

Also, AE didn't mean the water smelled of menstrual blood, she mean the knickers.

Offline ISpyWithMyEye


I have to agree with you. I'd always believed the menstrual flow smelled differently from say, a cut knee. In fact, I believe it was I who put this forward, or maybe Ann said it and I agreed. However, as Holly went to such great -not to mention, PAINFUL lengths to disprove it, there's little more I can suggest....................other than perhaps some do and some don't?


Absolutely, April

We all have our own distinct body chemistry and smell. Even eating certain foods can change body odour. People who eat lots of spicy foods such as curry will have a scent of spices just when they sweat, and all those spices are in the blood too. Any pungent food: garlic, onions etc will cause oneís body odour to become more pungent.

Iíve smelt fresh blood from a dead body (not through choice I may add) and I know that too has a certain odour. Itís unmistakable.

And menstrual blood has its own distinct aroma too. Without going into embarrassing detail, I can categorically say that if you were unable to change a pad when menstruating if, say, driving for almost 24 hours in Australia outback before being able to shower and change, the aroma is on the pad is unpleasant. And thatís normal.

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Great to know you have some Brie  8((()*/

The experiment met the objective which was to determine whether or not there was any discernible odour between fabric containing menstrual blood and fabric containing arterial blood when left to soak in water. 

Buckets found at soc containing blood stained clothes needed to be taken away for analysis.  Instead they were left for relatives to do with as they saw fit; relatives that gained financially from JB:s conviction.

Even the officer in charge, DCI Ainsley, told AE the defence at trial might allege she put blood in the silencer from SC's underwear.  He also asked her how she knew it was menstrual blood and she said it smelled differently but my experiment showed no discernible odour between the bowls

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Think youíll find the clue that it was menstrual blood in the bucket was Sheilaís bloodstained knickers

That aside, to replicate a scientific experiment you need to produce it in IDENTICAL conditions

You didnít do that

Secondly, you used your blood, and your blood would have a scent of its own. It also depends on if youíre taking the contraceptive pill, what your hormone balance is, if youíre on HRT and are just having a bleed rather than a proper period...a whole host of things.

But ultimately, whatever your own research shows (depending on how good your sense of smell is) the whole thing is futile.  Just because you couldnít detect any difference in smell doesnít mean others wouldnít. Just as we all have our own palate and taste things differently, we all smell things differently too. Thatís why wine testers who work for major distributors are so strict on the conditions when the sample wine. They also make sure they donít eat certain foods for a few days; they donít wear perfume when testing; even surroundings can alter taste.

Out of interest, have you had your nose checked? Some people have a poor sense of smell, whilst others have a powerful sense of smell. Iím sure a dog would detect the difference in those buckets of blood you had laying in the kitchen.
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Offline ISpyWithMyEye

But we're not talking stand alone menstrual blood.  We're talking menstrual blood diluted in water with the ratio hundreds to one.  AE said it smells differently but it doesn't in such a diluted form.


Soiled bloodied knickers soaking in water for a week would develop a smell.

Youíre also forgetting thereís been five corpses in the house, and Nevillís in the kitchen.  Flies & bluebottles get in, and they lay maggots. It was hot weather too. Bluebottles would have swarmed around that bloodied bucket.
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Offline ISpyWithMyEye

The control bucket was necessary as all the kit was new and I needed to eliminate any odours coming from this.

It didn't matter anout the precise quantities of blood and water.  The fact remains when it's diluted down with water it becomes odourless. 

The experiment was carried out nearly 7 years ago at a time I was only getting into my stride  ?>)()<

It has nothing to do with the new forensic tests.

It certainly does matter how much water is added

Sheilaís bloodstained knickers were in a bucket of water: you only put yours in 1cm of water. Iím surprised it didnít evaporate after a week...
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Offline APRIL


Absolutely, April

We all have our own distinct body chemistry and smell. Even eating certain foods can change body odour. People who eat lots of spicy foods such as curry will have a scent of spices just when they sweat, and all those spices are in the blood too. Any pungent food: garlic, onions etc will cause oneís body odour to become more pungent.

Iíve smelt fresh blood from a dead body (not through choice I may add) and I know that too has a certain odour. Itís unmistakable.

And menstrual blood has its own distinct aroma too. Without going into embarrassing detail, I can categorically say that if you were unable to change a pad when menstruating if, say, driving for almost 24 hours in Australia outback before being able to shower and change, the aroma is on the pad is unpleasant. And thatís normal.


Spy, OUCH!!! I can imagine!!

I recall when I was in college, being asked to consider, and name, all those things which our bodies secrete. Whilst within the confines of our bodies, we never think about how offensive we, and indeed, others, may find these secretions when they hit the air. Menstrual blood, containing uterine and vaginal debris, is naturally going to have a smell other than that of blood from a wound.

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Spy, OUCH!!! I can imagine!!

I recall when I was in college, being asked to consider, and name, all those things which our bodies secrete. Whilst within the confines of our bodies, we never think about how offensive we, and indeed, others, may find these secretions when they hit the air. Menstrual blood, containing uterine and vaginal debris, is naturally going to have a smell other than that of blood from a wound.

Absolutely.

Itís waste products of the human body. Itís organic and always has an odour.

The inside of a body has a distinct smell, which is why when an autopsy is carried out and police have to attend they often feel sick due to the odour emitting from the inside of the bodies.

In fact, a dead body will start to release unpleasant odour just hours after death. Itís awful, but natural.
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Offline APRIL

Absolutely.

Itís waste products of the human body. Itís organic and always has an odour.

The inside of a body has a distinct smell, which is why when an autopsy is carried out and police have to attend they often feel sick due to the odour emitting from the inside of the bodies.

In fact, a dead body will start to release unpleasant odour just hours after death. Itís awful, but natural.


Those of you with delicate sensitivities LOOK AWAY NOW!!! The closest I can get is likening it to the smell of a pheasant's entrails when they're removed.

Offline ISpyWithMyEye


Those of you with delicate sensitivities LOOK AWAY NOW!!! The closest I can get is likening it to the smell of a pheasant's entrails when they're removed.


Gosh, I can imagine 🤢

Apparently, dogs find humans rather smelly, but they have powerful noses.

It isnít pleasant thinking about body waste, but we all have it

Even our urine and faeces has an aroma...and that can change if weíre unwell or have eaten certain foods. Some people refuse to eat asparagus because it can cause their urine to smell unpleasant, but only certain people can detect that smell.

Faeces has an unpleasant aroma, unless youíre one of the lucky ones who claims theirs smells like roses. Maybe Jeremy Bamberís does and thatís why he covered himself in it for days...
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Offline Holly Goodhead



Think youíll find the clue that it was menstrual blood in the bucket was Sheilaís bloodstained knickers

That aside, to replicate a scientific experiment you need to produce it in IDENTICAL conditions

You didnít do that

Secondly, you used your blood, and your blood would have a scent of its own. It also depends on if youíre taking the contraceptive pill, what your hormone balance is, if youíre on HRT and are just having a bleed rather than a proper period...a whole host of things.

But ultimately, whatever your own research shows (depending on how good your sense of smell is) the whole thing is futile.  Just because you couldnít detect any difference in smell doesnít mean others wouldnít. Just as we all have our own palate and taste things differently, we all smell things differently too. Thatís why wine testers who work for major distributors are so strict on the conditions when the sample wine. They also make sure they donít eat certain foods for a few days; they donít wear perfume when testing; even surroundings can alter taste.

Out of interest, have you had your nose checked? Some people have a poor sense of smell, whilst others have a powerful sense of smell. Iím sure a dog would detect the difference in those buckets of blood you had laying in the kitchen.

The buckets contained other items too.  From memory SC's jogging bottoms and twin's tracksuit bottoms.

How many more times...my signature odour is irrelevant.  The experiment was carried out in an attempt to determine any discernible difference in odour between two pieces of fabric left to soak in bowls: one stained with arterial blood the other stained with menstrual blood.

If you want to use wine tasters as an anology you would need to pour about 2 teaspoons of say Beaujolais into one bowl of water and 2 teaspoons of say Bordeaux into another bowl of water and then see if the tasters were able to discern the wine by smell.

Surely it's not difficult to understand that stained fabric left to soak in water eradicates the smell by way of dilution?  May I suggest you carry out your own experiment.

AE isn't a dog!
« Last Edit: June 28, 2020, 11:58:45 PM by Holly Goodhead »
Just my opinion of course but Jeremy Bamber is innocent and a couple from UK, unknown to T9, abducted Madeleine McCann - motive unknown.