Max, Bones and baby Christine have been on the run for months since Christopher Pelant set her up for murder. Now they leave clues for Booth to realize the corpse they leave dug-up in his Virginia home small town is probably an early victim of Pelant's, the school counselor whose written recommendation was key in the IT genius's Stanford admission. Booth has a hard timing countering his buddy, Agent Hayes Flynn, in charge of arresting Bones. Despite childish emotive hostility from Angela's side, Bones' forensic interim, Dr. Clark Edison, helps clear the case which looks likely to end his contract. Pelant, now a children's computer introduction instructor, can't resist hacking, but a last surprise up his sleeve since childhood changes everything once more.
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Like his character, Christopher Pelant, actor Andrew Leeds attended Stanford University, graduating with a degree in Computer Science. See more
Hodgins identifies the traces of metal as tamahagane, and the team links it to the fact that Pelant's grandfather fought in the Pacific theatre during Second World War. The tamahagane is just a traditionally made steel though, and thus its composition can vary greatly between batches. Furthermore, average composition does not differ from average tool steel used throughout 20th century), so spectrometric identification of tamahagane is virtually impossible (Hodgins could have matched the trace to a sword only if he had been asked to check this particular weapon). Additionally, vast majority of swords carried by Japanese officers were mass-produced from stamped steel, as tamahagane smelting and processing is a time-consuming and thus expensive process. See more
Dr. Clark Edison
Please place your findings in the binder.
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