Episode 68: All the Time in the World (6.1.2017)
The “body farm” at Texas State University is a place almost no one except researchers and law enforcement is able to see, because it’s one of very few places in the world that deliberately puts out human bodies to decompose in nature. Forensic Anthropologists observe decomposition in order to help law enforcement discern when and how someone may have died. We asked if we could visit, and they agreed.
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Artwork by Julienne Alexander.
Music in this episode: “Tuck and Point” by Blue Dot Sessions, “Lemon and Melon” by Blue Dot Sessions, “Code 6” original music by Blue Dot Sessions, “One Needle” by Blue Dot Sessions, and “Folly and Typeset” original music by Blue Dot Sessions.