Insects at Crime Scene Could Help Establish House of Horrors Timeline

An entomologist hired to study maggots found on the bodies discovered in the home of Cleveland's alleged serial killer said today it would take him weeks to determine when the victims died. Joe Keiper of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History told that he was asked by the Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office to inspect the blow fly larvae feeding on the corpses found at Anthony's Sowell's home in hopes of establishing a time frame for the deaths. "Depending on the type and number of...Full Story
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