During a Halloween event, a child wanders through a maze and finds a mummy and passes out. Bones checks the mummy and finds that it is real. They soon discover another mummy. With a teenage girl missing, the team fears there may be a third victim. Written by
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In reference to the mummy Dr. Saroyan mentions dry air and dessicated mummification; Zack mentions as examples the Incan ice woman, the Tarim Basin mummies, and the peat bog Tolunda man. The first two are classic dessication mummifications under cold, dry conditions. But the peat bog mummies are found below the water line in peat bogs, they are very wet. They are also very leathery and preserved by the high acidity and high tannin levels and lack of oxygen in the bogs. The Tolunda man was so well tanned you could see his beard stubble. See more
The Clown murderer identified the revolver as a S&W 500 and then says "Well, that's five shots. And by my count...you only got one shot left." Some people have misinterpreted that as saying that Bones has already fired 5 shots and has 1 left for an incorrect total of 6. In actuality, he means that the gun has 5 shots and all but one (i.e. 4) have been fired. See more
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth
Now can you see why I hate clowns?
References The Wolf Man
Performed by Adam Merrin
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