A young man's corps found on train tracks, crushed and scattered, at first sight from the nineteenth century, yet recently killed, fits missing Amish adolescent Levi Yoder. He was in DC for his Rumspringa, a single period outside the closed archaic hyper-devout community to taste temptation with mate Joseph Beachy and leave or commit to return for life, and marry his Amish beloved Sarah. Fellow pianist Sweets figures out the stones hidden under his bed are a practice 'keyboard', fancy detective work he was exceptionally gifted and auditioning at the National Conservatory and living with two 'English' musicians but died form a deep fall. Written by
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When Booth and Bones are first going to the Amish community they are arguing about the Pope and his 'hat', and Bones says "It's quite ornate for a vow of poverty". Catholic priests do not take a vow of poverty. Brothers and nuns do, but not priests. See more
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Dr Brennan already requested that you suit up to supervise the FBI techs' retrieval of the remains at the train tracks.
Dr. Clark Edison
Wait; Dr Brennan wants me to put on a jump suit and walk along a railroad track? Um-um, that is NOT a good look on a brother.
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