Blood Sisters

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Ever wondered who cleans the crime scene where somebody died brutally? Eileen de Jager and Roelien Schutte's occupation is somewhat unusual, to say the least. These two sisters clean up the biohazardous waste left behind after people have died - washing, scrubbing, sanitising and incinerating.

Ever wondered who cleans the crime scene where somebody died brutally? Or crime scenes with partially of fully decomposed bodies? Meet the two sisters from Pretoria, who not only clean crime scenes but also try to relief the trauma of those left behind. Eileen de Jager and Roelien Schutte's job is most people's worst nightmare, but somebody has to do it. These two women perform the job with compassion and empathy. From farm attacks to family murders and suicides, they come armed with the correct equipment and chemicals, but above all, a lot of courage and humanity.

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AuthorRoelien Schutte; Eileen de Jager; Ilse Salzwedel
ConditionVery Good
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