Suppose crime scene investigator's come upon document such as a ransom note or a suicide note that has been copied in an attempt to hide the offender's handwriting, the ink he used, or typewritten text. How can they determine that this copied piece of paper came from a particular copy machine?
When I took a course to prepare entering university test, one of my tutors made me very surprised. While I was writing a note, he stood behind me looking at my paper and started to guess my characteristics. Wonderfully, most of his analysis about me was almost perfectly correct. When I asked him how, he just said that my handwriting told everything about me.
Have you ever analyzed your own behavior anytime with your handwriting? Are you wondering how this is possible? Well, here is the answer. Handwriting analyzes, generally called Graphology serves as a powerful tool to learn about oneself. This term has become quite popular since it has found its place in forensic science as a tool for developing criminal reports, tracking forgery cases, as compatibility tool for identifying relationships and so on.