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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by iJohnHenry, Jan 18, 2012.
Never mind the pseudo human heart , a human head was found by dogs near the Hollywood sign.
The link's no good.
The head was found in a plastic grocery bag.
In other news, O.J.Simpson was seen in a grocery being asked "paper or plastic".
(Such bad taste )
Thanks. Ol' fumble fingers strikes again.
Fixed, with a NZ link. The original was the L.A. Times.
Not bad taste. Just a bit behind the times
Sadly true...so true.
HEY. Tell him it's comfy back here. And a Hell of a lot safer too.
I'm trying to work out what would be worse to find; a body with no head or a head with no body.
they found more parts ...
It is just so hard to get rid of human bodies.
Burying: hard digging and suspicious mounds attract people.
Vats of acid: Where in hell do you buy 55 gallons of acid without suspicion?
Throwing off to side of road: Highway workers always find them.
Fire: you need a huge, hot, long-lasting fire that smells like BBQ. Nobody will notice that.
Throwing in water: ask that Peterson guy how that worked. They always pop up
Dragging to remote area: all these hikers and their pesky dogs.
Hoffa Burgers: who has access to a giant industrial meat grinder?
Scattered parts: Always seem to get found. And hideously messy.
Feed 'em to the pigs. They will get rid of everything.
Personally, I think was just the Highlander claiming another Quickening.
There can be only one!!
What about a wood chipper?
Is that your friend in the wood chipper there?
The solution to this, and many other life problems, is a volcano.
Just going to say that.
"never trust a pig farmer"
They have yet to find the dick in a box.
Buried in concrete normally does the trick
I guess the killer didn't know anyone in the 'construction' business, otherwise he would already be in the footings of a skyscraper somewhere.
Nope. There are plenty of cases where bodies have been found buried in or under concrete.
Amateurs. You need a building that will stand for about 100 years.
They were very shabby in their work ethic.