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Video: Woman Carrying Skull on Stick Leads CA Police to Human Remains

October 21, 2016
"There was a transient female walking down the 2900 block of Connie Drive. She actually had a skull in her possession," Sacramento, CA, police Sgt. Bryce Heinlein said. It sounds like a story fit for Halloween, but that was an actual call to police on Wednesday that is now a death investigation.

Woman Carrying Skull on Stick Leads CA Police to Human Remains

October 21, 2016
"There was a transient female walking down the 2900 block of Connie Drive. She actually had a skull in her possession," Sacramento, CA, police Sgt. Bryce Heinlein said. It sounds like a story fit for Halloween, but that was an actual call to police on Wednesday that is now a death investigation. More Here.

Death Masks

January 1, 2006

It took the perseverance of Det. Dale Bunten and the skill of forensic sculptor Wesley Neville, a lieutenant at the Florence County (S.C.) Sheriff’s Office, to link the remains of a small-framed teenager to missing 14-year-old Tara Exposito.

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