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Hot Topics in Investigations: Crazy Investigation Stories and Why It's Good to Be a Corporate Investigator

Private investigators are constantly in the news and a very active group on social media. This week's hot topics include a Sherlock Holmes spotting in New York, why it's good to be a corporate investigator, crazy things that have happened on investigations, and more. Here are just a few things investigators are talking about online:


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Sherlock Holmes spotted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

Holmes was spotted at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Was he casually admiring the artwork, or is he on a new case? What do you think?

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The bloodhounds of capitalism: it's a good time to be a corporate investigator

This article talks about the booming business of corporate investigations, what a private investigator does in those cases, and shares some memorable stories.

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Meet the investigator who devoted his career to helping teachers keep their jobs

This New Jersey investigator spent most of his career investigating physical and sexual abuse claims against educators. He shares what he's learned after 25 years in the business, his major cases, and what's in store for life after retirement. 

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After one investigator gets an unexpected surprise on a bug sweep, others are sharing their crazy tales

The original stories tells of a private investigator's bug sweep that led him to a horse, but others are chiming in with stories of a company accidentally admitting to an unlawful scheme in a monitored email, having a difficult time tracking a person town only to get cut off by them on the freeway, a naked man out for a walk on the street, an accidental arrest, witnessing a car being stolen, and more.

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What is your favorite type of case?

The question, originally raised by Pursuit Magazine, asks professional investigators to name their favorite type of case to work on.

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This Week's Top Commenters

Jonathan Levy

Shared what works for him in marketing


Steven Peterson

+1'd a post on Google Plus


Philip Johnson

Commented and shared on Facebook

Up and coming conversations you won't want to miss

Here are just a few of the conversations happening right now:

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