Midgets body robbed from grave

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He stabbed, shot, drowned and poisoned more than a dozen people. Before his convictions for murder, Pee Wee Gaskins had a long history of criminal activities resulting in prison sentences for assault, burglary, and statutory rape. In May , a Florence County, South Carolina jury took only 47 minutes before finding Gaskins guilty for the murder of one of the eight victims, Dennis Bellamy, and sentenced him to death by the electric chair. Just before his execution, he would claim to have killed people but these claims could never be validated.

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Body swaps , first popularized in the personal identity chapter of John Locke 's Essay Concerning Human Understanding , [1] have been a common storytelling device in fiction media. Novels such as Vice Versa [2] and Freaky Friday [3] have inspired numerous film adaptations and retellings, as well as television series and episodes, many with titles derived from "Freaky Friday". In , Disney Channel held a Freaky Freakend with seven shows that featured body-swapping episodes. The following shows have a body swap as a major storyline or feature a character who has swapped bodies over multiple episodes. TV episodes where characters swap bodies. See also graphic novels and manga.

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Railroads changed everything. Among the many unforeseen consequences of this transformation was this peculiar note: Body snatchers digging up graves could quickly ship corpses to medical schools needing dissection material. For shipment elsewhere, the corpses were folded into barrels filled with whiskey—to mask the odor. At the destination, a medical school took the remains for dissection. Grave robberies and body trafficking for profit were distinctly Anglo-Saxon phenomena; in Central Europe, the authorities usually distributed unclaimed corpses to medical schools.
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