- CrimeDoor is a new augmented reality app that highlights true crime stories
- It released the 'Jeffrey Epstein Experience' that focuses on Epstein's suicide
- The app uses creates 'portals' that show different parts of the crime science
- Users start in the medical examination room where Epstein's dead body is
- Then users can walk into the cell where Epstein hung himself You can transform your living room into the jail cell where sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself using the new augmented reality app CrimeDoor.
The app includes the 'Jeffrey Epstein Experience' that lets skeptics explore areas of the Metropolitan Correctional Center to find evidence of the case and come to a conclusion about Epstein's cause of death.
The experience begins in the autopsy room with Epstein's dead body laying on a table and further ahead is a jail cell littered with orange blankets and a pair of shoes.Epstein was arrested in 2019 for sexually abusing dozens of young girls and later killed himself while awaiting trial.
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Epstein made headlines on July 6, 2019 when he was taken into custody for sexual abuse of young girls and pimping them out to his rich and powerful friends from his Manhattan townhouse and waterfront Florida mansion.
He died on August 10 while awaiting trial in his jail cell at New York City's Metropolitan Correctional Center at the age of 66. Bed sheets were found around his neck and his death was ruled a suicide.Although medical examiners ruled Epstein's death a suicide, CrimeDoor seems to give conspiracy theorists an opportunity to see for themselves, according to the Daily Beast.
The app uses your real world to overlay AR images and uses doors as 'portals' into different rooms of a crime scene.The first door opens into the examination room where Epstein's body is laying on a medical table.
Users can walk around the examination room and Epstein's body to look at evidence.
The app also displays directions on where to move and look next.
After users investigate Epstein's corpse, they can move on to his jail cell that is littered with blankets and other items including a note left on a table and shoes mixed in with blankets on the floor.
All of the items shown in the different rooms are evidence that has been available to the public.
The blankets are key to the investigation in CrimeDoor, as Epstein's former cellmate, Bill Mersey, said 'he recalled hearing bed sheets being teared up in the middle of the night.'
Paul Holes, a former cold case investigator known involvement with the Golden State Killer case, and a paid sponsor of the app, is not sold on the official findings, said: 'I have some concerns about the orientation of that ligature mark, as it appears to be very horizontal, versus vertical if he were hanging.'
'Oftentimes you'll see that it will have an upward slant to it, and it looks more akin to more of a manual ligature strangulation than possibly a hanging.
'However, I need to know more. I can't just rely on that. It's just a red flag.'
CrimeDoor touts its self as a news organization, as it aims to partner with media companies to make AR experiences for crime stories.
Some of the upcoming doors include Tupac, Biggie and Nipsey Hussle that are set to be released early February.