This query came from a wife who is worried that her husband may be seeing another woman. Our Gillingham Polygraph Examiner responded to it.
The British Parliament once banned dancing round the Maypole. In 1644 it was described as “a Heathenish vanity, generally abused to superstition and wickedness” by Oliver Cromwell.
Infidelity queries tend to flood in around this time of year and this is one of many dealt with by our Kettering Polygraph Examiner.
Our clients ordered two Kidderminster lie detector tests after the husband admitted to a one night stand. If his wife insisted he take a test then he wanted her to take one too.
Our client took a lie detector test in Soho when her stepfather made a pass at her and her mother didn’t believe it.
It’s not unusual for prisoners to seek advice regarding real or imagined infidelity. This query for a lie detector test in Tunbridge Wells was handled by our Kent Polygraph Examiner.