You are at the scene.
Where would you look for the rest of the body and other evidence?
Are the remains on the surface or could they be buried?
What objects on the ground surface do not have a natural explanation?
What objects show signs of human activity?
Is there anything that makes an area different from the general surroundings such as; more vegetation, less vegetation or a different type of vegetation?
Are there signs of human activity that might indicate a burial such as; uneven ground, soil on the ground surface, rocks or sticks piled up?
As you move through the panorama scene, you will discover potential evidence. Mouse over the evidence and hints will appear. When you click them, a yellow marker will flag that spot. Do this for each of the items you believe should be investigated in more detail.
If you are uncertain about an object or area, zoom in more closely and mouse over suspicious details for more "hints".
After flagging these suspicious items or areas you will be asked to select one area for more in-depth investigation.
Now that you have examined the entire panorama for evidence, select one of the three areas that you believe should be investigated further.
Click each area tab to review before selecting.
This area is quite suspicious. The ground surface is irregular, appears to have been disturbed and the vegetation is different here. The pile of sticks is not something that would have happened naturally. This area should be investigated further.
This site has a logical explanation that probably has nothing to do with the found human remains. These appear to be garbage bags torn open by animals looking for food.
This site has a logical explanation that probably has nothing to do with the found human remains. It appears that people have built a fire and have been drinking and eating here. There is no sign of human remains or suspicious activity here.