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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

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yeah it takes a WHILE for the stains on the boat the way they goat, 7 days is a crock of horse shit. MONTHS im telling ya
its not like i make that shit up

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important part in german:
Laut Autopsie-Bericht soll er etwa sieben Tage lang auf seiner Jacht getrieben sein, bevor ihn Fischer am vergangenen Donnerstag fanden.

important part rough translation:
7 DAYS


thats what the autopsy concluded and thats what i told ya

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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

Apparently if they don't get the DNA to prove he is who they think he is, then they will attempt to rebuild his face.....

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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

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its not like i make that shit up

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http://www.bild.de/news/inland/news-...3470.bild.html


important part in german:
Laut Autopsie-Bericht soll er etwa sieben Tage lang auf seiner Jacht getrieben sein, bevor ihn Fischer am vergangenen Donnerstag fanden.

important part rough translation:
7 DAYS


thats what the autopsy concluded and thats what i told ya
trust me, i believe your translation, and im certain they said and meant 7 days. Thats how fucked up these other countries are that dont take Forensics and CSI seriously. Hell i live half an hour away from the worlds first Body farm. At the university of tennessee. I went to college there and we all thought it was crazy as shit. It all makes since to me in my older years. You could smell that place walking to class. Its in the middle of campus surrounded by a 6ft unpainted wooden fence. Apparently the professor is the first person to document the timeframe for bugs and insects and shit to work on a body. And also to document decomposition stages in all conditions and scenarios. Its fucking nuts. But it served the greater good.

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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

From what I read, the man left Germany 20 years ago and apparently was yachting around for 20 years, with his last facebook post being a year ago, wishing a friend a happy birthday.

I can kind of believe it being seven days, with the moisture and salt in the air and water, but I kind of can't. The leg that is shown almost looks like it's been decomposing with muscle being exposed with visible thigh bone.

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trust me, i believe your translation, and im certain they said and meant 7 days. Thats how fucked up these other countries are that dont take Forensics and CSI seriously. Hell i live half an hour away from the worlds first Body farm. At the university of tennessee. I went to college there and we all thought it was crazy as shit. It all makes since to me in my older years. You could smell that place walking to class. Its in the middle of campus surrounded by a 6ft unpainted wooden fence. Apparently the professor is the first person to document the timeframe for bugs and insects and shit to work on a body. And also to document decomposition stages in all conditions and scenarios. Its fucking nuts. But it served the greater good.
I live a couple counties over where they are planning an extension of the body farm.. they will have more space and new settings to place the bodies. The exact location is supposed to be secret.. hope to catch wind of it.. so to speak

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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

the meats at body farms are exposed to insects hence time estimate of time of death dep. on devlpment of puppea.
> 10 km of sea and strong winds is for most flies not a good deal for reproduction
seeing the leg of him, I guess about a month
but as there was some water in the cabin... that is really hard

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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

a very famous german forensic determined that it very well can be true that the man that died mummified in less than 7 days

this dude says so

reason for that is rather simple:
the summer heat in combination with the salty sea air is speeding up that process, wich is easier with slim people and its important that the air is moved (a little space at the door would be enough)

so beeing on the sea , dying and beeing exposed to hot salty air makes a wonderful "do it yourself" mummification kit

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This is amazing! Nice find!

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Re: Mummified Body of German Adventurer Found in Drifting Yacht

I read in an article today that the boat was reported drifting 4 weeks before it was found. I wonder why he didn't call for help if he was still alive then..... interesting. I wonder if they checked if the radio was still working, I would assume they would do. He had enough food and water and say he died of heart attack, so why would the yacht have been drifting with a broken sail 3 weeks before he died?

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I read in an article today that the boat was reported drifting 4 weeks before it was found. I wonder why he didn't call for help if he was still alive then..... interesting. I wonder if they checked if the radio was still working, I would assume they would do. He had enough food and water and say he died of heart attack, so why would the yacht have been drifting with a broken sail 3 weeks before he died?
it just doesnt fit together at all

drifting for weeks and then they say he was dead for only 7 days the boat sure looks like it was unattended for weeks

i guess someone fucked something up here

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