(Received 20 October 1982; accepted 13 December 1982)
Published Online: July
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The skulls of two Japanese soldiers brought back to the United States following World War II suggest that more may be appearing in forensic science cases. Both cases are cranial vaults without faces or lower jaws. One was a fighter pilot. Both skulls have secondary characteristics of “dry house dust” adhering to the bone and have, to some degree, been painted.
Tennessee state forensic anthropologist and professor and head, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
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