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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:05:51 PM
Local boys found a skull on the banks of the Columbia River. Eggheads aged it at 8500 years old. Look up the Kennewick Man.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:09:35 PM
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If you burn the body, remember, burned human bones fluoresce under a black light.


Don't burn a body. About 15 years ago a guy by my camp got caught burning a body. The smell brought him the unwanted attention.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:11:13 PM

Originally Posted By scottedward58:
Originally Posted By JoeCoastie:
If you burn the body, remember, burned human bones fluoresce under a black light.


Don't burn a body. About 15 years ago a guy by my camp got caught burning a body. The smell brought him the unwanted attention.

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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:13:11 PM
Some of you may have been to young to either know or recall the "Wood-Chipper Murder" of 89.
Husband kills wife, buys chainsaw, rents woodchipper and proceeds to cut wife up with chainsaw and then chip her up down by the river in a storm.

Some simple rules for chipping a loved one:

1. Never chip down by the river as there is always a witness that might think it odd, especially if done in the winter during a storm.
2. You can never get the chipper clean enough
3. Despite your best efforts some of your loved one will always fall short of reaching the water
4. The current does not magically wash all of your loved one down stream and or out to sea.
You would think that #5 would be a no brainer but go figure.
5. Never and I mean never buy a chain saw with your credit card when your intent is to cut up a loved one and then throw it into the river right where you just disposed of a loved one.

I hereby accept no responsibilty for the use or misue of said rules or information provided and in no way condone the sawing, chipping or hacking of a loved one.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:15:52 PM
Originally Posted By scottedward58:
Originally Posted By JoeCoastie:
If you burn the body, remember, burned human bones fluoresce under a black light.


Don't burn a body. About 15 years ago a guy by my camp got caught burning a body. The smell brought him the unwanted attention.


Big ass brush pile. Like bonfire type of fire.

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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:16:58 PM
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http://sometimesinteresting.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/everst-greenboots.jpg


Depends.

This fellow has been here since 1996.







Otzi was on ice for more than 5,000 years



Tollund Man was buried for 2,500 years and you can still tell he didnt shave the day he died


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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:21:22 PM
In a warm climate blow fly maggots will process the soft tissues out very quickly. Hide and hair, you'll be waiting for the beetles for that. Bones can and do last a very long time.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:21:35 PM
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:28:38 PM
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Look at the dinosaurs...In your gas tank


Well then, I guess we can say it takes less than 6000 years.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:36:44 PM
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Posted: 3/22/2013 9:58:04 PM
too damned long
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Posted: 3/22/2013 10:11:12 PM
Originally Posted By ost:
Originally Posted By iNuhBaDNayburhood:
Originally Posted By Dino1130:
Originally Posted By Keith_J:

Originally Posted By Aeain:
Look at the dinosaurs...In your gas tank

Plants are not dinosaurs. Petroleum comes from microscopic plant life that had been mixed with sand or other sediments, preventing oxidative decomposition.

You were lied to if someone said petroleum is from dinosaurs. Sure, some of the sediments were laid down during the time of the dinosaurs but there wasn't enough dinosaurs in any area to make such deposits.

Coal is similar but instead of microscopic plant life, it was macroscopic plant life, preserved in acidic bogs much like peat. Or anoxic swamps.


Yeah but he has dead hookers to get rid of. Give us a good science lesson on the best way to dispose of them.



Honestly, the easiest way is to go during the day-time to a large cemetery in an urban area with no gate blocking its entrances... Look around for where the full-time grave diggers are presently digging - make mental note of the location - graves are typically dug the day before the actual interment. Come back at night, turn off headlights, drive to location with shovel & body. Grave should be dug 5.5 to 6 feet deep - dig it down another ~2 feet or so. Bury body, and cover up the body with dirt. Then very neatly make sure the sides & bottom of the grave is very nice, neat, squared, and level looking.

Walk away... Hope it doesn't show up in the news later on... Most likely the next morning the concrete burial vault truck will arrive, they will lower a concrete burial vault down into the grave on top of your neatly dirt-covered dead hooker. The area will be covered off with green rugs, a tent put up, and folding chairs laid out... The casket lower device will be setup, and the funeral will arrive. People will come & go, a casket will be lowered and sealed into the vault, the vault truck driver will drive off, the grave diggers will come in to push the dirt back in over the concrete burial vault, any extra dirt will be carted off. The soil will be hydraulically settled, planting soil will be put over the top, and seed will be planted within ~3 or so days.

The heavy digging & burying is done for you, and you've just hidden a needle in a field of needles.

Dexter much?

Give a guy a little credit after burying +830 people...



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Posted: 3/22/2013 10:16:27 PM

Originally Posted By iNuhBaDNayburhood:
Originally Posted By ost:
Originally Posted By iNuhBaDNayburhood:
Originally Posted By Dino1130:
Originally Posted By Keith_J:

Originally Posted By Aeain:
Look at the dinosaurs...In your gas tank

Plants are not dinosaurs. Petroleum comes from microscopic plant life that had been mixed with sand or other sediments, preventing oxidative decomposition.

You were lied to if someone said petroleum is from dinosaurs. Sure, some of the sediments were laid down during the time of the dinosaurs but there wasn't enough dinosaurs in any area to make such deposits.

Coal is similar but instead of microscopic plant life, it was macroscopic plant life, preserved in acidic bogs much like peat. Or anoxic swamps.


Yeah but he has dead hookers to get rid of. Give us a good science lesson on the best way to dispose of them.



Honestly, the easiest way is to go during the day-time to a large cemetery in an urban area with no gate blocking its entrances... Look around for where the full-time grave diggers are presently digging - make mental note of the location - graves are typically dug the day before the actual interment. Come back at night, turn off headlights, drive to location with shovel & body. Grave should be dug 5.5 to 6 feet deep - dig it down another ~2 feet or so. Bury body, and cover up the body with dirt. Then very neatly make sure the sides & bottom of the grave is very nice, neat, squared, and level looking.

Walk away... Hope it doesn't show up in the news later on... Most likely the next morning the concrete burial vault truck will arrive, they will lower a concrete burial vault down into the grave on top of your neatly dirt-covered dead hooker. The area will be covered off with green rugs, a tent put up, and folding chairs laid out... The casket lower device will be setup, and the funeral will arrive. People will come & go, a casket will be lowered and sealed into the vault, the vault truck driver will drive off, the grave diggers will come in to push the dirt back in over the concrete burial vault, any extra dirt will be carted off. The soil will be hydraulically settled, planting soil will be put over the top, and seed will be planted within ~3 or so days.

The heavy digging & burying is done for you, and you've just hidden a needle in a field of needles.

Dexter much?

Give a guy a little credit after burying +830 people...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v401/bannie/n13914215_30248992_8834.jpg

For some things in life - there are no statutes of limitations.




See, it's posts like the ones in this thread that cause me to re-up my membership here every year. Where else am I gonna find this kind of entertainment for a mere $24+ per year?
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Posted: 3/22/2013 10:19:44 PM
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...Ok, that would need a ladder, a shovel, a bucket and a good bit of work, depending on soil conditions. Then you have the hazard of being buried alive.

Hogs are the simple solution. But you should pull all the teeth before feeding the body to the hogs. Dissolve in hydrofluoric acid.

1.) If a person needs a ladder & can't climb out of a 6' hole they have no business trying to dispose of a body - lugging it around will likely give them a heart attack.
2.) Amount of work depends upon soil conditions & physical fitness / cardio / stamina, but most cemeteries are planned / located in decent soils to make digging easier.
3.) There are risks to everything in life, but I've been in over 830 open graves, and only had two of them collapse in on me... Easiest way to avoid that is to not go inside a grave DURING a thunderstorm (or recently after one).

The first time I had a grave almost come in on me was my first week as a digger. Thunderstorm, co-worker up above in the back-hoe, I was to jump down inside to square up the sides & level out the bottom. Sandy soils gave way, buried my ankles, and I was almost stuck in there, and then the rest of the side gave way... I looked down and saw a mummified / embalmed, leathery skeleton-like hand and black tattered clothes brush up against my calf / leg, and I freaked out BIG TIME! You never saw a guy trying to jump & claw out of the dirty soil so darn fast! Wet grass & mud do not make for good traction.

Word to the wise - don't try to dispose of a body in wet / rainy conditions - not only is it hazardous to you, but also the wet soils are heavier and more work to dig.

The Pigs & Acid works well, but it does leave blood evidence behind for a short while, and not everybody has a lot of hungry pigs available.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 10:24:04 PM
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Originally Posted By Wash-Ar15:
so how long does it take for a body disappear in the ground? hundreds, thousands of years? more??


Too many variables.


How much lime has it been covered in?
Trust me, it's going to be fine.
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Posted: 3/22/2013 11:58:38 PM
Come back from dinner and see i am getting my answers!!!! Ain't no live nor dead hookers involved.

Its just something that popped up in my mind. So it would seem the bones are the longest lasting. So with all the milions and millions of dead through the ages, how come more bones are not found??
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Posted: 3/23/2013 12:17:05 AM
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Just leave top side in remote area known to be frequented by bears and other carnivorous animals.


Watched a deer disappear in less than 24 hours. Birds during the day, including golden eagles, bear at night. I'm sure the skull was somewhere, where ever the bear dragged it to.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 12:18:57 AM
King Tut is still waiting ...
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Posted: 3/23/2013 6:44:42 AM
Less than a minute with one of these:

Electric arc furnace

One of the most impressive things I have ever seen in person. Two of them running side-by-side. Nothing like standing almost underneath a ladle containing 70 tons of molten steel.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 10:43:53 AM
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Lime or no lime?

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Posted: 3/23/2013 2:52:36 PM
I remember reading about an interesting archaeological find (not sure if it was in National Geographic or elsewhere; there were some nice colour photos) where they discovered the grave of a European prince from the 1st millenium AD. Whoever buried him had dug a room underground and lined it with wood, leaving a squared mound of dirt in the middle on which the body was laid. A variety of personal possessions and other items (which is how they figured out it was a prince, but not exactly who it was) were stored in the room. I don't remember hat kind of soil it was, but the wood used to make the room had completely decomposed in most places, giving the dirt where it was a slightly different shade; there was still some trace of shape that allowed them to determine that they were looking at decomposed wooden boards. The body itself was 100% decomposed, to include the clothing. On the dirt mound there was slightly raised dirt in the shape of a person that was very dark compared to everything else; the only intact thing was a gold belt buckle that was located where it should be relative to the shape of the dirt. The dude had completely melted away into the soil; they didn't find a single bone. I always found that fascinating.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 3:42:43 PM
Originally Posted By 2_of_5:
Less than a minute with one of these:

Electric arc furnace

One of the most impressive things I have ever seen in person. Two of them running side-by-side. Nothing like standing almost underneath a ladle containing 70 tons of molten steel.


He said a body not the terminator. Sheesh.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 3:49:03 PM
Originally Posted By Keith_J:

Originally Posted By Aeain:
Look at the dinosaurs...In your gas tank

Plants are not dinosaurs. Petroleum comes from microscopic plant life that had been mixed with sand or other sediments, preventing oxidative decomposition.

You were lied to if someone said petroleum is from dinosaurs. Sure, some of the sediments were laid down during the time of the dinosaurs but there wasn't enough dinosaurs in any area to make such deposits.

Coal is similar but instead of microscopic plant life, it was macroscopic plant life, preserved in acidic bogs much like peat. Or anoxic swamps.



I've always been impressed with how much cool shit you know, and thankful for your sharing of it. That's the best way I can think of saying it and not sounding gay, anyway.

OP: get thineself a pig farm...
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How about dry italian pork sausage?! http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=10&f=19&t=628430
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Posted: 3/23/2013 3:52:52 PM
I watched a show on TV years ago about forensic and archeology people having to go down in the catacombs of a very old European church and clean up. The stink coming up from the place was causing parishioners to pass out from the stink during services.

Anyway, they get down there and find just piles and piles of caskets just thrown down there. Some of them were lead lined and air tight. Inside these caskets, all they found was a liquid soup that was the remains of the body. No bones, no teeth. Just liquid slop. They had a name for it but I don't remember. Really interesting.

When they first went down, they had to essentially wear space suits as there was plague down there.

Wish I could find that show again. Really interesting.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 4:07:14 PM
The shit I learn in GD.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 4:10:32 PM


Originally Posted By DigDug:
Anyway, they get down there and find just piles and piles of caskets just thrown down there. Some of them were lead lined and air tight. Inside these caskets, all they found was a liquid soup that was the remains of the body. No bones, no teeth. Just liquid slop. They had a name for it but I don't remember. Really interesting.
Liquefaction?


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Posted: 3/23/2013 4:12:27 PM
Originally Posted By RCastle:
The shit I learn in GD.


I learn something new here everyday. In many cases it is burned into my psyche and scars me for life.
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Posted: 3/23/2013 4:27:40 PM
MADE IN ENGLAND

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Sadly, there are mass graves all over Europe, full of the wrong people.

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Shit, you Brits would stir shit up just to keep the others off balance.
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