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Although Schell had been dead for several days, her entire lower body was in a remarkably preserved condition, whereas her head, shoulders and breasts were in an advanced state of decomposition, leading the pathologist to conclude her body had been stored in a naturally cool environment, but with the upper third of her body exposed to natural heat.
The lack of blood beneath or near the corpse, plus the testimony of eyewitnesses, led investigators to determine Schell's body had lain in its present location for less than 24 hours.
by Marilyn Zerlak directed by Laurie Smalis featuring Jan Artushin, Tom Artushin & Barb Mathers Ruth, a middle-aged widow, has re-entered the dating scene and decides to shake things up a bit, starting with her online dating profile.
However, she gets more than she bargained for when her enthusiastic new beau whisks her off on a weekend Alaskan adventure.
Although police theorized that Fleszar had been raped, the advanced state of decomposition of the corpse had erased any conclusive evidence of sexual assault.
initially, the body had lain upon a pile of bottles and cans obscured from view by elder trees, before being dragged five feet from this location into a field, where it had remained exposed throughout much of the time it had lain undiscovered.
If you were looking for a section of the Michigan Compiled Laws, it might have been repealed.
The competition ratchets up and nearly splits the two roommates apart - until a romantic disappointment gives them a whole different perspective on rejection.
Two estranged bandmates have been brought together to regroup and perform for a mutual friend's wedding.
Violet still holds a grudge against Silas who left the band.
They meet at a diner where Silas tries to convince his old friend that he is a changed man but she wont be convinced easily.
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