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  1. #1
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    I just want to throw something out there re: cadaver dogs in this case....

    We know that Jaycee gave birth in PG's back yard. I just wanted to throw out that human placentas are typically used in the training of cadaver dogs, so hits in the back yard could potentially be from buried afterbirth.

    Now I don't know how long the scent would last from just soft tissue decay absent of bones, but I think it's something to be considered before getting excited over any reported "hits" or ground disturbances.

    What do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblio View Post
    We know that Jaycee gave birth in PG's back yard. I just wanted to throw out that human placentas are typically used in the training of cadaver dogs, so hits in the back yard could potentially be from buried afterbirth.

    Now I don't know how long the scent would last from just soft tissue decay absent of bones, but I think it's something to be considered before getting excited over any reported "hits" or ground disturbances.

    What do you guys think?
    At this point, I don't think anything can be ruled out. I think the cadaver dog hits could be anything from ancient indian burials, to a crime scene with more victims. We're going to have to wait and see what's found with further excavation this coming week. If something is found, then the wait for lab analysis.
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    It's an interesting idea... but 11 years or more?
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    There's a local case here where a woman reported her abusive ex killing someone five years ago. They took dogs to the spot where she believed him buried, got plenty of hits, dug and searched extensively, and found nothing. So yes, I think soft tissue/blood pools can leave a scent for many years. That's what does most of the decaying, you know?

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    interesting theory...but who knows what this creepo did with the after birth? maybe he tossed it in the garbage, or hauled it away to another site...or maybe he cooked it and ate it like some primitive cultures
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    Quote Originally Posted by phylliyum View Post
    interesting theory...but who knows what this creepo did with the after birth? maybe he tossed it in the garbage, or hauled it away to another site...or maybe he cooked it and ate it like some primitive cultures
    Meh. Nothing gross about any of those options.

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    I guess it's possible that the placentas and after birth might have been buried, but would he really need to do that?

    I would think that he could just safely dispose of that in a dumpster somewhere or his own garbage can shortly before the garbage truck came by.



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