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An Anglo-Scandinavian man was one of ten skeletons found at Lincoln Castle in 2013 © Courtesy University of Dundee

Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder case is finally solved: Forensic scientists reveal identity of 19-year-old European shot in a Virg...

Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder case is finally solved: Forensic scientists reveal identity of 19-year-old European shot in a Virginia duel in 1624

Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder case is finally solved: Forensic scientists reveal identity of European shot in a Virginia duel in 1624

image of fort william henry historical facial reconstruction by karen t. taylor

image of fort william henry historical facial reconstruction by karen t.

Reconstructed face of a 6th century woman found at a crypt in EDINBURGH. forensic report points to murder from a blunt-force injury to the right side of the head which would have left brain exposed. Chipping to her right molar may be further evidence of a violent attack

Hayley Fisher - The reconstructed face of a Century woman found at a crypt in Edinburgh

Nearly three years after a heartbroken Texas man buried his wife and the mother of his little girl, he still doesn't know exactly who she was. Such is the mystery of Lori Erica Ruff, a woman who managed to fool everyone, including federal and private investigators, about her true identity before committing suicide, taking her twisted secrets to the grave.

Authorities struggle to ID mystery woman

Nearly three years after a heartbroken Texas man buried his wife and the mother of his little girl, he still doesn't know exactly who she was. Such is the mystery of Lori Erica Ruff, a woman who managed to fool everyone, including federal and private inve

Facial reconstruction of a girl found in Athens, believed to have died around 430 B.C.E.  She has been named "Myrtis."

Facial reconstruction of a girl found in Athens, believed to have died around 430 B.

HELLENISTIC CIV.: Reconstruction of the possible face of Phillip II of Macedon by forensic scientist Richard Neave in the early 1980s (via "Ancient Greece, Sparta, Troy" on FB)

Reconstruction of the possible face of Phillip II of Macedon by forensic scientist Richard Neave in the early (via "Ancient Greece, Sparta, Troy" on FB)

Scientists have reconstructed the appearance of a Neolithic leader who was buried near Stonehenge 5,500 years ago, and may have been involved in the construction of the monument.

The face of prehistoric Britain: Forensic scientist uses Neolithic man's year old skull found buried in a long barrow miles from Stonehenge, to create life-like image.

Reconstructed face of a powerful Viking era woman named Estrid.

Reconstructed face of a powerful Viking era woman named Estrid, based her remains exhumed from her grave. Norse women were fairly equal to their men and traveled and traded with them.

When a dead body is found unrecognizable, whether due to obliteration of soft tissue or the damage caused by the passage of time, a team of forensic artists is called in to create an artistic reconstruction of the deceased's visage. These artists use the victim's skull, along with fiberglass, clay and intuition, to mold an approximate likeness of the deceased. Photos of these facial reconstructions are then publicized with the hopes of identifying the anonymous victims. photos by Arne…

Haunting Facial Reconstructions Molded From The Bones Of Dead People

death mask - Photographer Arne Svenson is back with a new series entitled ‘Unspeaking Likeness,’ in which he photographs the facial reconstruction d.

Stonehenge Man: Forensic analysis of a prehistoric skull gives the UK's most iconic monument a human face

Stonehenge Man: not just a pretty face -- Forensic analysis of a prehistoric skull gives the UK's most iconic monument a human face. clearly pre-anglo saxon, but could not resist passing this info along

This life-sized model of Robert Burns’ head was reconstructed by forensic scientists from the University of Dundee in 2013 using Burns’ skull, as well as surviving portraits and a silhouette made during The Bard's lifetime.

Forensically reconstructed head of Robert Burns Facial depiction produced by Prof Caroline Wilkinson, Dr Chris Rynn, Caroline Erolin and Janice Aitken from the University of Dundee © With kind permission of Rob Wilson

Reconstructed face of a Viking girl. This girl died about 1100 years ago and was buried at Birka, Sweden. Her skeleton was unusually well preserved for a child and her teeth shows she was around 6 years old. The gifts put into her grave indicate she really was a girl. There was a gold and bronze clasp, a pearl necklace, a knife and a container in bone for sewing needles to take with her into the grave—expensive gifts which show her family was wealthy.

Reconstructed face of a Viking girl. This girl died about 11000 years ago and was buried at Birka, Sweden.

Forensic reconstruction of President George Washington, age 57 -looking rather humourless, I have to say

Facts about George WASHINGTON

The Forensic Reconstruction of President George Washington, age 57 Looking Rather Humourless.

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