The discovery of two mummified girls has Booth and Bones checking a fun house, a Halloween maze and a church charity for clues that may lead them to a missing girl whose parents believe she's dead.

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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 Jesse Sanchez

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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 »

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Both Brennan and Booth refer to the Subway. While it is technically true that DC has a subway system, it is locally called a Metrorail. Anyone who lives or works in DC would refer to it as "Metro", not subway. See more »

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FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth: Bones, listen. You stay here. Anyone comes through that door, you shoot their heads off. EXCEPT ME!
Dr. Temperance Brennan: My gun is too big for me.
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth: Could've told you that a hundred times. Here, take mine.
[they exchange weapons]
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth: Guard Megan.
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Bones: Mummy in the Maze
6 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's nearing Halloween and mummified corpses are turning up(the first found in a maze), both the age of 14 years old, and it's up to FBI Special Agent Booth(David Boreanaz)and forensic anthropologist Brennan(Emily Deschanel)to discover who was behind their deaths. Lacquer and cedar oil are substances found on two bodies which might help nab the killer. A funhouse called Dungeon of 1000 Corpses, could be a location where both bodies were placed at one point(the first corpse is connected to the funhouse scare ride) . Discoveries forensically, thanks to Bones and her Jeffersonian team, show that one of the dead teenage girls was buried alive, drugged, and had spider bites. Also, steel dust and evidence of a Hawaiin flower could provide a link to where the dead bodies were alive before death. Rider Strong is a pervert sex offender who portrays the Grim Reaper at the front of the funhouse scare ride. Later learned through interrogation that Strong's girlfriend(with multiple piercings and smart aleck mouth)liked to smack girls around a little to get her erotically charged for sex with him later. Even clothes from a church charity play a hand in identifying the dead girl found in the Halloween maze! We learn than Booth is afraid of clowns and Bones is definitely not a fan of snakes(a missing girl has this fear of snakes later realized when B & B find where the killer's hideout might be located). I think Halloween fans might get a kick out of this particular episode of BONES as it shows the Jeffersonian "squints" in costumes such as Brennan as Wonder Woman(va va voom!), team leader Camille(Tamara Taylor) as Catwoman(meowwww), Angela(Michaela Conlin) as Cher, and Booth as a nerd. This episode proves that Bones isn't exactly safe with a gun even if she expresses concern about having to need one in case of danger..Booth learns this the hard way.


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