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Learning to Read Corpses at the Texas State Body Farm

Originally posted on thedamselbook:
“It wasn’t just a smell, it was a force. With the first whiff, I thought, Camembert. But as the golf cart got closer, the smell became sweeter—noxiously sweet. You could call it the smell of death, but really it was the smell of what comes after: an obscene eruption of microbial life. In…

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Hot New Release (in two catagories?)

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