Bodies are accumulating in hospitals as the nation's morgues and crematoriums are flooded.
Due to decades of commercial mountaineering and climate change, the worlds tallest mountain is becoming “the world’s highest garbage dump.”
The toes were reportedly worth $5500 each.
They're mostly taxidermied animals, but there's also a human skeleton named Cecilia.
According to a New York City subway workers union.
J. Todd Matthews helped pioneer dead body identification in America. And 30 years after learning about "Some Mother's Boy," he's nearly confirmed who it is.
It depends on where you live.
Lawrence Shrader definitely has more dead people in his basement than you do.
Former cops Gene Sullivan and James Cardin have never had fancy computers or lab assistants to help with the grim work of identifying bodies.
Don Weir tells us what it's like to scrape brain matter off the walls.
Finding the lifeless body of a homeless person next to the supermarket is never easy, even the third time it happens.
So, how will you spend eternity?