The Problem of Dead Wood Hall

The Problem of Dead Wood Hall The post mortem examination which was necessarily held revealed the curious fact that the blood in the body had become thin and purplish with a faint strange odour that could not be identified All

  • Title: The Problem of Dead Wood Hall
  • Author: J.E. Preston Muddock
  • ISBN: 9781419179051
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • The post mortem examination, which was necessarily held, revealed the curious fact that the blood in the body had become thin and purplish, with a faint strange odour that could not be identified All the organs were extremely congested, and the flesh presented every appearance of rapid decomposition In fact, twelve hours after death putrefaction had taken place The mediThe post mortem examination, which was necessarily held, revealed the curious fact that the blood in the body had become thin and purplish, with a faint strange odour that could not be identified All the organs were extremely congested, and the flesh presented every appearance of rapid decomposition In fact, twelve hours after death putrefaction had taken place The medical gentlemen who had the case in hand were greatly puzzled, and were at a loss to determine the precise cause of death.

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