posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 10:11 PM
I found this article and thought in light of the procedural crime shows and which I watch quite a few of them, I thought you all would find this
interesting. It seems we are now able to solve 2,000 yr old murders, in yet another way the CT scan is used. Do you all think that one day they'll
actually be able to solve murders in less than an hour, while pretty decently handled on tv is just that tv stuff. If this is not a new method
please feel free to let me know. What will they think of next?
Iron Age murder mystery as CT scan shows British man from 100AD was beaten, strangled, then be.ed in 'pagan ritual' Archaeologists have solved
a 1900-year-old 'cold case' mystery - using a medical CT scanner to scan the . of an Iron Age murder victim. The preserved . of the second
century Briton - known as The Worsley Man due to his location near Salford - was found in a peat bog in 1958.
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