Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Vail View Post
When the circulatory system shuts down, blood pools in whatever the low point of the body's position is as it coagulates, so having it instead pool somewhere incongruous.
You'd have to be careful with that. If they found a body with the blood pooled & coagulated on the side of the body facing up, wouldn't they conclude that the person died & laid facing the other way until the blood had coagulated, and then it was turned over or moved?