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The Four Lives of the Gamma Skeleton

Independent Research at Randolph College

Forensic, genetic, and historical research done with Franziska Klostermyer on the Gamma Skeleton under the Natural History and Archaeology Collections Project.

The Gamma Skeleton is a near-complete set of academically-rigged human remains discovered on the campus of Randolph College. This skeleton was believed to be used by several secret societies of Randolph, including the Gamma '13 (for whom the remains were named).

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