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Old 09-19-2012, 11:14 PM   #21
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Not sure about crock pot body but burning human bodies is a horrible smell. Stays with you.
Yes it does, there can be a house on fire and i can tell you if someone is burning inside or not.


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Yes it does, there can be a house on fire and i can tell you if someone is burning inside or not.
Yep. It's nasty.


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I like mustard with my wife....mmmm hmmmm

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I wonder if he added some taters and carrots to her

"The wife,the wife, good for your heart, the more you eat,the more you fart. The more you eat, the better she gets, now she wont yell and throw her fits"
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Lmao how long did it take to come up with that
I just think up stuff as i go along, lol
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Not sure about crock pot body but burning human bodies is a horrible smell. Stays with you.
Gee. Thanks for giving me a flashback.
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I imagine he stuffed her in there whole. It seems he just wanted to dispose of the evidence, which would be the whole body. I am trying to imagine a slow cooker that big, or she was a smaller person. Even an 'industrial' slow cooker wouldn't fit a whole body, I would imagine. I wonder if it smelled good while it was cooking.


I believe he used an 55gal. drum, which begs the question-what was he using for a burner?- and didn't the employees notice?


Enough garlic and anything will smell great.
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Alright....I can't believe this thread has gone as far as it has. Start this one over if you wnat but keep it on a news/information level.



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