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DeHaan On Fire 600x490DeHaan on Fire features education, commentary, and conversation with Dr. John DeHaan, an internationally recognized forensic scientist and author with over forty years experience in the field of fire investigation, fire science, and crime scene reconstruction.

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Today, in episode four of "Dehaan On Fire", Dr. John DeHaan discusses the issues and practices that change when the bodies of fire victims are still on scene during an investigation.

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- As I said in the introduction on the channel here, we're going to have some longer videos talking about past cases and discussion about bigger issues, but we also want to hear questions and receive questions from people who are watching the videos and today is a day when we have one of those questions. So I will just launch right into it and ask you. If someone throws a match into a pool of gasoline, what is the material first ignited?

Hello and welcome to episode two of "Dehaan On Fire" brought to you by FireWise Learning Academy. In today's discussion with Dr. Dehaan, we're looking at a very provocative and controversial question: "Do cigarettes still cause fires?" Viewer and listener discretion is advised.

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- Welcome back to your channel Dr.Dehaan, it's great to be back with you and today we're gonna tackle the first topic on this channel and this is a really interesting one that I was not aware of and it's a really provocative question that is out there right now and you've got a lot of good evidence and some facts to give us. Do cigarettes still cause fires? What's the whole premise or what's the whole origin of this question being asked now?

Hello and welcome to episode three of "Dehaan On Fire" brought to you by FireWise Learning Academy. In today's discussion Dr. John DeHaan discusses the issues and practices that change when the bodies of fire victims are still on scene during an investigation.

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- Today's topic is a difficult one. When a fire occurs, causing a fatality, or fatalities, and the remains of the victim, or victims, are still on scene, does that change how the fire investigator approaches the investigation of that fire? With the answer to that, let's join Dr. John DeHaan in conversation.

Welcome to the first episode of "DeHaan on Fire", a YouTube channel and podcast featuring education, commentary, and conversation with Doctor John DeHaan and some of his colleagues and friends. "DeHaan on Fire" is brought to you by FireWise Learning Academy. "DeHaan on Fire" contains discussion and video not suitable for all audiences. Viewer and listener discretion is advised.

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- So Doctor DeHaan, it's really exciting to be starting this YouTube channel, and it's only appropriate for us to start with this first episode getting to know you a little bit, so as I said before, welcome to your own channel!

- Well, thanks for the invitation.

- So Dr. DeHaan, tell us a little bit about your background, about your childhood, where do you come from?