When a human skeleton is discovered in the trenches of an old Civil War battleground, Brennan and Booth are called to the case. Despite the historical location, Brennan quickly identifies ...
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When a human skeleton is discovered in the trenches of an old Civil War battleground, Brennan and Booth are called to the case. Despite the historical location, Brennan quickly identifies the bones as belonging to Dan Pinard, a present-day local dentist. While Booth investigates suspects, including the victim's former boyfriend, Hodgins and lab intern Vincent Nigel-Murray work doggedly to clean the bones of a stubborn clay residue which is preventing the team from determining a cause of death. Meanwhile, Booth's brother, Jared, returns from his travels with some surprising news. Written by
Hodgins states for reassurance that the spiders discovered on the recovered body are not poisonous, and while he is correct, he most likely meant venomous due to the fact that most spiders deliver venom through their fangs and can only be poisonous trough digestion. The 'frontinella communis', or more commonly known as a Bowl or Doily weaver spider, does in fact have venom but not in any dose dangerous to humans. See more »
You know all that hero stuff. I learned from my big brother. That along with hotwiring cars and stealing cable.
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