Dick Reavis

Sometimes the only difference between an ex-con and a security guard is a uniform.
Dick J. Reavis
Dick Reavis went undercover as a felon to try to get hired in the security industry.
The Buildup Men Are Trying to Sucker the Marks with a Little Help from the Patch.
Dick J. Reavis
Dick Reavis poses as a carnival worker to expose—as he says—the truth about carnivals.
Ride Along on Dallas' Midnight Express to Mexico to Monterrey.
Dick J. Reavis
Dick Reavis goes undercover to reveal the illegal immigrations from Dallas to Mexico.
Skid Row, Where the Good Things in Life Are a Fresh Bottle, a Soup Kitchen, and a Sunny Street Corner
Dick J. Reavis
Dick J. Reavis posed as a homeless man to experience Houston's Star of Hope Mission.
At Rusk State Hospital, you're either a criminal or insane. Or both.
Dick J. Reavis
Dick Reavis poses as an attendent at Rusk State Hospital to report what he sees.
A Tale of Street People
Dick J. Reavis
Dick J. Reavis goes undercover to report about how winos live and being homeless.
For Thousands of Dallas Workers, Dangerous, Low-Paying Temporary Jobs Have Become a Permanent Way of Life
Dick J. Reavis
Dick J. Reavis reveals working conditions as a temporary worker in Dallas, Texas.
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