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.
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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
Dr Hodgins states that the uricating hairs he found on Stella Higgins' body belong to tarantulas from the family Therophosinae. However, Therophosinae is a subfamily of tarantulas, not a family. The correct family name for tarantulas is Therophosidae. You would expect someone who is paid to identify and classify organisms would be familiar with the naming conventions of different classification levels. See more
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth
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How could a guy with military training miss with a Scattergun? What were you - NAVY?
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