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Autopsy of a figure from history

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I don't know that this belongs here but reading through this somewhat formal blog that's almost like an alternative news reporting means, I thought of both "The Hand of St. Sebastian" and the X-Files' "Field Where I Died."

Blog article on the autopsy of Giles County, TN Confederate solider Isaac Newton Mason.

Whether you've got a pseudo-academic interest in the anthropological history of funerary practices or just a morbid fascination with autopsies, you might find this interesting.

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