Daniel B. Young

Daniel B. Young is a retired private investigator. He is also an ex-teenage gang leader, Vietnam-era Navy sailor, steel mill laborer, overhead crane operator, and a computer programmer. He has worked for detective agencies as a security officer, executive bodyguard, and undercover operative. After 10 years of experience, he pursued and was granted an Indiana State license as a private investigator, a position he held for the next 10 years. In his 20-year security and investigative career he made 367 felony arrests and retrieved seven fugitives [on behalf of the victims; he is not a fan of bounty hunting]. He has had short fiction published online in "The Murder Hole," "Without a Clue," "Nefarious: Tales of Mystery," "Mysterical-E," and "Quantum Muse."
Oct 13, 2009
July 22, 2007 by Daniel B. Young There are many examples throughout history of authorities attempting to detect deception. One of my favorites is that of certain priests in India circa 1500 B.C. A donkey's tail was covered with carbon residue from an oil lamp and placed in a...