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A human skeleton, part of the WM Bass Donated Skeletal Collection.
August 23, 2015 When human remains turn up at the bottom of the lake or in the trunk of a car, often its the bones that hold the answer. One of the best places to learn to read these clues is in Tennessee.
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Noelle Pikus-Pace celebrates with friends and family, including her children, Traycen, left, and Lacee, after winning a silver medal in the women's skeleton at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
February 14, 2014 After coming out of a two-year retirement, Noelle Pikus-Pace wins a medal that long eluded her. At 31, eight years after she was first seen as an Olympics favorite, she celebrated with her two children in Sochi.
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December 9, 2010 Once every four years, a few people take notice of the winter sport known as "skeleton" when it features in the Olympics. But the truth is that these daredevils race every year, including an event in Park City on Thursday.
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