Many of those “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” television shows begin by the discovery of some old, forgotten bones… after which the beautiful young CSI members, clad in tight jeans and T-shirts (don’t they have a dress code at work?) swarm the scene. They whisk away the remains to their lab and use every high-tech gadget the script writers can imagine to tell a story.
I’ve been trying to do the same, except without Ted Danson and his hair to help me.
Much like a TV show, this case began with the rumor of some remains stashed in a hangar for decades.
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