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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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Pat Summitt coaching a game in December 2011.
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October 5, 2012 The legendary women's basketball coach has early-onset dementia, and said last spring that the decision to step aside was her own. But in an affidavit, she has said she felt that a university official first tried to make that decision for her.
January 12, 2012 When life comes to an end, cremation or burial is the traditional choice. Thousands of people, though, opt instead to donate their bodies to a Body Farm, where forensic anthropologists expose cadavers to the elements — and to insects — in the interests of science.
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