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An Arkansas coroner was investigating after a cargo shipment of 40 to 60 human heads was discovered by a Southwest Airlines employee, NBC DFW reported Thursday.

The container of heads was found in Little Rock, Ark., last Wednesday and was set for transportation to a Medtronic research lab in Fort Worth, Texas.

"It wasn't labeled or packaged properly," Ashley Rogers, a Southwest spokeswoman, told NBC DFW. "They called the local authorities."

Police were called by the airline, who investigated before turning them over to the county coroner.

A spokesman for Medtronic told NBC DFW it was common practice to ship body parts for medical education and research, adding his firm expected suppliers to follow proper procedures.

Pulaski County Coroner Garland Camper, charged with the investigation, said he was waiting for the correct documentation to prove the heads were for medical research before releasing them.

"In our discussion with the health department, we've come to the conclusion that there is a black market for body parts out there," he was quoted as saying by NBC.

"We just want to make sure these specimens aren't part of that underground trade."


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where does one come by 4 to 5 dozen human heads?:blink:

Are we importing them from overseas also?

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Can you imagine being the employee who opened the first box? blink.gif


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Can you imagine being the employee who opened the first box? blink.gif

LOL, poor thing... probably was about to faint... So why do they not have like a "special" transportation for dead heads? Aint there some kind of sanitation rule to floow or somethin? :wacko:


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LOL, poor thing... probably was about to faint... So why do they not have like a "special" transportation for dead heads? Aint there some kind of sanitation rule to floow or somethin? :wacko:

It's not like the heads have to worry about catching an infection or something...rofl.gifrofl.gifrofl.gif

Seriously, I am baffled by them not being in airtight, sealed containers.


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It's not like the heads have to worry about catching an infection or something...rofl.gifrofl.gifrofl.gif

Seriously, I am baffled by them not being in airtight, sealed containers.

Thats what Im sayin :thumbs: At least their ears dont pop (or their head would blow up, right?)


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There's a black market for them. There are doctors from ivy league schools such as Harvard School of Medicine for making a deal with a funeral director to replace a dead body legs with wooden ones so the doctor can use the legs for experiment.

This is not illegal. However, it's illegal when the family of the dead body doesn't know about the deal. And, there's already an open business to sell dead body parts, cadavers, but, it's way more expensive than cutting a deal with the funeral director.


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Seriously, I am baffled by them not being in airtight, sealed containers.

:lol: I wonder what the research was? And what is the shelf-life of a human head?


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An Arkansas coroner was investigating after a cargo shipment of 40 to 60 human heads was discovered by a Southwest Airlines employee, NBC DFW reported Thursday.

The container of heads was found in Little Rock, Ark., last Wednesday and was set for transportation to a Medtronic research lab in Fort Worth, Texas.

"It wasn't labeled or packaged properly," Ashley Rogers, a Southwest spokeswoman, told NBC DFW. "They called the local authorities."

Police were called by the airline, who investigated before turning them over to the county coroner.

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Pulaski County Coroner Garland Camper, charged with the investigation, said he was waiting for the correct documentation to prove the heads were for medical research before releasing them.

"In our discussion with the health department, we've come to the conclusion that th

there is a black market for body parts out there," he was quoted as saying by NBC.

"We just want to make sure these specimens aren't part of that underground trade."

Thanks for fixing the lazy post Nagi.

At first I got pissed then I thought "This is really nothing to lose my head over!".

Edited by Mr. Saigon

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