UNSOLVED FL - Panama City, Battle Memorial Funeral Home, innards in bag, buried, Sep'20

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    Umm... so I’m guessing that since the “liver” was recognizable that the death was very recent? Best scenario: someone couldn’t afford a funeral? Worst scenario: the sky’s the limit. Jmo
     
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    If it was on the surface, I'd say they "lost" it while disposing of it?? But it was buried, so I have no idea why would they do this. I don't know much about US laws regarding burials, but I'm pretty sure it's illegal
     
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    it was buried 5 feet they dug it up digging for a pole
     
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    Yeah, that's why it's sketchy. But maybe it wasn't from the funeral home at all?
     
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