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  1. Guest

    I have killed someone and I dont know how to get rid of the corpse.
    Should I burn it, boil it, bury it in my garden or just throw it at
    the street.

    Thanks in advance for any information.
  2. Sylvia Else

    Sylvia Else Guest

    Take it to a police station and tell them you found it. They'll inform
    you that they have to retain it for a time to see whether anyone claims
    it, but that if no one does, it becomes your property.

    Now, here's the cunning part - when they call you to tell you that you
    can collect it, you don't do anything.

  3. Guest

    X-No-Archive: Yes
    Find a steel mill and toss the body in a Bessemer converter? That
    batch of steel might have a bit more carbon than usual!
  4. Sylvia Else

    Sylvia Else Guest

    He wouldn't want to do that - someone might get killed.

  5. Jim Yanik

    Jim Yanik Guest

    "feed the hogs",like in John Ross's book Unintended Consequences.
    That's where many of our Congresscritters belong.
  6. bw

    bw Guest

    Just dress it in a Santa suit and put it in a sleigh on your roof and leave
    it there.
    Now you need to wait for some reindeer, that should be very time consuming.

    Someone beat me to selling it on eBay solution.
  7. Sylvia Else

    Sylvia Else Guest

  8. Guest

    At least not since the 1960s.
  9. Jim Yanik

    Jim Yanik Guest

    put it in a box,and wrap it like a Xmas present,then leave it out to be
    stolen. Preferably on a cold day,keeps the smell down.
  10. With no fear of it being eaten, or, in most cases, opened, before

    That's similar to my should-have-patented method for disposal of
    nuclear power plant waste: t my suggestion was for the power companies
    to mail their stockholders their "dividend" every quarter and let them
    deal with it locally.

    Another similar method is being used by the car and truck tire
    industry to dispose of some of their waste. The tires are ground into
    small pellets and spread on outdoor athletic fields all over the
    country. Eventually the pellets follow a path through the athetes'
    shoes and clothing into their homes and eventually legally into
    landfills where whole tires are forbidden.
  11. PeterD

    PeterD Guest

    YOu must be careful when listing. List it as 'chemicals' and not as
    body parts in order to get past eBay's silly "no dead bodies" rule.

    Use this as your list of chemicals:

    Chemical Percentage

    Oxygen 65
    Carbon 18
    Hydrogen 10
    Nitrogen 3
    Calcium 1.5
    Phosphorus 1
    Potassium 0.25
    Sulfur 0.25
    Sodium 0.15
    Chlorine 0.15
    Magnesium 0.05
    Iron 0.006
    Misc 0.65

    Make sure you specifiy FOB so you are not responsible for shipping
  12. Guest

    OK but there's still a lot of molten steel around, yes? Like in
    Terminator 2?
  13. Guest

    it' s already been done, he got caught. police figured out where he
    did it
    and after lots of searching they found a big enough peice tooth to
    extra DNA

  14. James Arthur

    James Arthur Guest

    As above, but replace stream with hotdog factory?

    James Arthur
  15. Put it in a garbage bag and throw it into someone's dumpster?

    Good Luck!
  16. But first,
    For a really cool display, drain out all of the blood and fill the vessels
    with casting plastic. ;-)

  17. I could EASILY see that happening. An engineer's body, right? And
    his/her manager was the prime suspect?
  18. Jim Yanik

    Jim Yanik Guest

    last time I was in the local SS office,they had an armed guard at the
    door,and a "No firearms" sign.

    (of course,being known,he would have been the first one shot if somone
    wanted to commit a mass murder,and no one else able to stop them.)
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