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    Where would you put a dead body?

    You clever people - where would you put a dead body?

    My first thought was to bury it, but then my friend said she would put one down a storm drain found along a street glutter (and I think that is brilliant) which I never would have thought of.

    If I had a dead body in the trunk, my first line of business would be getting rid of it in a meticulous fashion. I don't think that was Casey's priority.

    Plus, there may be different ways of disposing of a body if it was still in a stage of rigor mortis or in Padilla's words "body stew in a bag."

    So, in a brainstorming fashion, where would you put a dead body?

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    I think I'd have to go the frozen-body-into-the-woodchipper route.

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    Sorry. I wouldn't touch a dead body. That's why the coroner is paid the big bucks!

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    Well, after reading here for a long long time I think I'd go for a dumpster that I knew would be emptied that day. Maybe in a gator infested swamp/lake if I lived in an area that that was feasible.

    This gives me the chills though, I'd never be able to live with myself and would cave right away. But then I'm a normal human being and Casey isn't. It's hard to get in her head to figure this out. I kept thinking about a lake I saw on a map there called Mother's Arms. I think I'd go with there. No one has discussed that though that I know of. It's not far from where she is either.

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    i actually googled this yesterday. the main consensus was:

    1. wrap it tightly in plastic and bury it as far from your home as possible at least six feet underground
    2. leave it in an area where animals (esp. pigs apparently) or alligators would devour it
    3. (this one is really gross) put it into a large drum of acid in a secluded area of your home and then carefully pour this down your garbage disposal
    4. fill a large drum with the body pour cement over, go out late at night in a boat several miles offshore and drop it (something about if you do it right the body will decompose create an air bubble pop the drum and the concrete will disperse into the water).
    5. woodchipper (fargo, anyone?)

    me personally, i might try the "Weekend at Bernie's" approach lol!!

    i hope this post is not offensive, it's kinda meant tongue in cheek, the only things i've ever successfully killed are some geckos which met their demise squished in the side of my back door and the random cockroach/fly/skeeter.

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    I wouldn't hide a dead body I call 911. But I guess if I wanted to I'd call up KC and get some tips.

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    Link: http://www.slate.com/id/2063086/

    Author indicates that according to NCMEC study mothers frequently dispose of childs bodies in womblike conditions, such as wrapping. And, almost always found in or close to the home.

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    hmmm, I've buried beloved pets at my parents house, they have big property. that is my extent of knowledge in bodies...(we have little markers for them).

    The only person I ever considered doing away with is my X-husband during my divorce and he was 6'4" and 275 lbs....I'm 5'5" and about 150. i would need a forklift or a hand-truck or an accomplice.

    but I would bury a body, very very deep in a desert area, (think Joe Pecsi in Goodfellas)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kajohn View Post
    Link: http://www.slate.com/id/2063086/

    Author indicates that according to NCMEC study mothers frequently dispose of childs bodies in womblike conditions, such as wrapping. And, almost always found in or close to the home.
    i remember reading this awhile back. really so sad isn't it?

    as for KC - i think she wrapped her in a blanket, put her in a duffel bag and buried her in a wooded area 5-25 miles from her home. pure speculation.

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    As an afterthought, I am more apt to believe that on the final day she got rid of the body she probably didn't have a shovel. Dumping is more likely.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RebeccaAdrianne View Post
    I wouldn't hide a dead body I call 911. But I guess if I wanted to I'd call up KC and get some tips.


    I cant see myself putting a dead body anywhere..

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    Find an abandoned refrigerator.
    Place body inside.
    Palce as many large heavy rocks as you can in the fridge as well.
    Drive fridge to a body of water, dump it in and watch it sink.
    Go to Fusian and table dance.

    Side note: can also be done with chest freezers.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    I still think KC put her in the dumpster.

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    Just thought of one that goes one better, in a very morbid sense of "better."
    I have a unidentified child from my files, her parents (presumably) wrapped her in a baby blanket, then wrapped her in plastic sheets, placed her inside a suitcase, wrapped the suitcase entirely in duct tape, opened up the back of a large console TV, cleared out all the wires and tubes that were in the way, put the suitcase in the TV, screwed the back of the TV on and took it to the dump themselves.
    If some random person hadn't decided to go hunting for metal in the dump and kicked the back of the TV, causing the suitcase to fall out the body never would have been found.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by not_my_kids View Post
    Just thought of one that goes one better, in a very morbid sense of "better."
    I have a unidentified child from my files, her parents (presumably) wrapped her in a baby blanket, then wrapped her in plastic sheets, placed her inside a suitcase, wrapped the suitcase entirely in duct tape, opened up the back of a large console TV, cleared out all the wires and tubes that were in the way, put the suitcase in the TV, screwed the back of the TV on and took it to the dump themselves.
    If some random person hadn't decided to go hunting for metal in the dump and kicked the back of the TV, causing the suitcase to fall out the body never would have been found.
    that is chilling.......I would never survive this type of case work, I have nightmares as it is.
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