Doll house - the dream toys of every little girls. All the cute little detail of each table, chair, a bowl of cereal or tiny apples and oranges in a plate are the perfect toys for little kids to freely imagine a perfect life in this small house. However, the doll houses made by lady Frances Glessner Lee are totally opposite. These doll houses were made based on real crime scenes.
Actually, the purpose of these little houses is not to play but to study. They are for the students, who are learning to become investigators, and of course, and of course the investigators themselves. They help the students to improve their ability of investigations, searching for important evidence and the ability of analyze the crime scene.
However, don’t try to find an answer of how the doll laying on the bedroom ground covered in blood or the presence of the puddle of blood, there is no correct answer!
Let’s take a look at these “beautiful” doll houses
If you have time to visit these house models at Renwick exhibit, you will be surprised by the detail of these crime scene. Every small detail serves a particular purpose:
Let’s take a look at other doll houses.
Although we do not know why Lee decided to make these doll houses, we definitely cannot, however, deny her talent.