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July 18, 2013


An Austrian man is to be charged with disturbing the peace of the dead after police found 56 human skulls and 55 other bones at a museum he had created in his home.

(Thanks to Ron G.)


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Oh come on, who hasn't collected the bones of his dead enemies and stacked them in the laundry room?

Mr. Hit ... Hilter says ...

In today's economy, maybe he was just trying to get ahead.

"All this work, and Yale still won't let me in to Skull and Bones!"

Note to self:

remove skulls from flea market boxes.

He was just boning up for the finals.

Perhaps he's excitable. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eUsSXXc8wU

Horrible...horrible puns NMUA, PB, FKey..etc. Keep up the good work !

Is there nothing you can't get at a flea market? We live in wondrous times.

Curious how they determined which skull went to which grave when they "returned" them. I smell lawsuits.

The case against him is pretty skeletal.

Police asked to see his joint. He insisted they kneed a search warrant. It was his cervical rights.

Who among us does not have skeletons in their closet?

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