Written by C. Cranium

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

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XYZ Research today announced a new patent for equipment that makes it easier to exhume bodies.

Named 'The Sleuth' XYZ has developed a new use of arthroscopic operation technology whereby bodies deep in the ground can be probed and sampled for sterile results of very specific organs and areas of the body.

The technology is coupled with a scanning devise to identify the coffin and position of the body and desired sampling target. Much like the Roto Rooter sewage scan devise, but much more sophisticated, the Sleuth can extract minute samples of bone, skin, organs, nails, hair, etc.

The Sleuth technology will be available for release in January of 2011 and is expected to aide in CSI investigations, disease research, genetic research, paternity cases, and other nonsensical litigious cases where a quick probe of a body will save a lot of digging.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Death, Exhumation

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