How decomposed would the bodies be now? Anything left with the burial technology of the early part of the century? I'm wondering if there's any chance of finding any DNA on the bodies?
If they were to find DNA, would it be too watered down after 100 years worth of "mixing" or would they be able to find a familial match? Compare it to the familial DNA of some of the suspects and see what happens?
Yes lets go dig up a bunch of dead bodies just so great grandchildren can finally get some closure on to who killed their relatives they never actually knew.
1: rubbed ham all over himself
2: paused his escape from justice to have some bacon?
If they ever find out who it is, he should go free. Clearly, he has good judgement. Did I mention that I love me some ham? Should have been honest...it really pretty much covers any pork product aside of rinds and chitlins.
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