Grave-Detection Machine, Invented by Dr. Arpad Vass Receives Long Awaited Approval for his Patent in July 2018

There will soon come a day that criminals will not be able to hide a human body. Dr. Arpad A. Vass in going to see to it with his new Quantum Oscillator machine. 

The Quantum Oscillator has a range, depending on the terrain, of up to 30 miles. The United States Patent office approved his patent for the Quantum Oscillator in July 2018.

Now with his machine fully patented and with a long list of law enforcement references, Dr. Vass is ready to help anyone find a missing person.

He’s worked for many hours, slaving away in the laboratory to come up with a workable machine which has already located clandestine graves in numerous venues.

Dr. Vass says the Quantum Oscillator can detect a single drop of blood that is over twenty years old.

He’s put it to the test at graveyards. Example: if you say your great, great, great grandfather is buried amongst 20,000 gravestones, Dr. Vass and put a sample of your DNA (fingernail clippings) in his machine and with about 92% accuracy, his machine will point right at where your grandfather rests in his grave.

Forensic Recovery Services uses a multi-layered approach to finding graves. When we feel we have narrowed down the area, Dr. Vass arrives with his Quantum Oscillator machine.

When the Quantum Oscillator points at a certain area, then the grave detection dogs are brought in along with ground penetrating radar. The results from this approach have been very encouraging.

Dr. Vass never lets a day go by that he isn’t thinking of a way to improve the effectiveness of his Quantum Oscillator machine. Recently he added another feature which will help him measure the mass of bones.

From the earth above, Dr. Vass can determine the length of a femur bone buried below, which will tell us how tall the person was in life.

Yes, Mr. Criminal, soon your life will be much worse because of the improvements in forensic technology. As any district attorney will tell you, it’s normally much easier to solve and prosecute a case when the district attorneys and solicitors have discovered a body.