TV Reality Shows Prove Once Again They are Patently Fake
This week we found ourselves being called to duty to help explain a tweet by Kady McDermott relating to the authenticity of the supposed ‘polygraphs’ given on the ‘reality’ show Love Island. Although the producers of the show, ITV, have stated that the tests are ‘real’ we had no choice but to call...Read More
Location, Location, Location…
There are seemingly a lot of options when booking a lie detector test. However, there are only three polygraph companies in the U.K. that have their own offices and we are one of them. We are also the only concern to have a dedicated examination office in the South East of the U.K.
Why do we think it is important to conduct a an examination in an...Read More
Once more, in an attempt to sensationalize a case for TV, the media has attempted to use a polygraph test for the show Inside Justice to investigate the conviction of Glyn Razzell. It seems his refusal to take a test has been taken as evidence of guilt. It should be noted that The U.K. prison service has banned the use of Polygraph within any of its facilities since 2015.
The Glyn Razzell case...Read More
“Man shares lie detector results on facebook to clear long-running rumors”
When we saw the above headline about the Adam Weitsman case in America recently, we were reminded of a case we were involved in couple of years ago where we ran a similar test and were able to clear a man who had been wrongly sent to prison for a crime he didn’t commit. It later transpired the person who had...Read More
Time Traveller Lie Detector Test
Yet again Apex TV on you tube bring out a fake lie detector test.
They are using a device bought on Ebay that has no scientific validity and costs a fraction of a real polygraph. The person asking the questions has no training whatsoever and certainly would not be able to give an opinion on the answers given by the subject.
Time Traveller lie detector test
General Patton once stated that the M1 rifle was “The greatest battle implement ever devised” yet I doubt that any of today’s soldiers would trade their M4’s for one. Baron von Richthofen’s red Fokker triplane ruled the skies during World War I, but he would not last a moment in a dogfight with today’s jet fighters. Even the most cutting edge device will eventually change or be replaced by...Read More