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You should subscribe to MOTHERBOARD! http://bit.ly/17CdIPk This hectare of fine East Tennessean woodland is home to the nation’s oldest and largest open-air collection of rotting corpses. Motherboard explores the Univ. of Tennessee Body Farm. Originally released in 2011 on http://motherboard.vice.com Read other related Motherboard Articles | ‘The Creature Shop’: http://bit.ly/16hG4MQ ‘In the Future, We May Be Able to See More Mass Graces From Space: http://bit.ly/14IAzTK Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Related PostsTheology of Grace-God’s Search for Man #4 of 5: Evolution, Genesis & the Human PersonPaw Patrol Baby Dolls Doc Rescue McStuffins Fruits and Vegetable Garden BodyCrews recover body of worker killed in flooded trenchA Higher Purpose – Benefits to Human Health and Education through Green RoofingUrban Gardening with City Beet Farm on Shaw TVA Higher Purpose – Benefits to Human Health and Education Through Green Roofing

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  • Luke Turner 8 months ago

    A really good BBC TV series was made based on this. only got 1 season though .

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Body_Farm_(TV_series)

  • issac auditore 8 months ago

    is motherboard part of vice too?

  • TropicalOnion 8 months ago

    The ethics may be questionable, but the contribution to science by this farm is incredible. Dr. Bass co-authored a book on this entitled The Body Farm. I read this book over the summer for school, partly because I live less than half an hour away, but also because of the educational value. Dr.Bass and his team of students and fellow scientist are doing amazing things to further forensic knowledge. With that said, I fully support this field of study.

  • 420MilKY 8 months ago

    Wow that was really interesting, vice do some great documentaries.

  • diviz0r 8 months ago

    Wow its amazing we have people like these doing this stuff. So much information probably came from this research.

  • Mr Cuddlemuffin 8 months ago

    Good video and interesting topic, but he's just kicking some poor dead persons humerus around. I don't find that funny or even remotely humorous.

  • graylobo133 8 months ago

    Not sure about kicking the bones as if it was dog shit…just saying

  • Drug Addicted Pornstar 8 months ago

    I bet there are people who want to fuck decaying corpse.

  • Zieda12 8 months ago

    OH MY GOD I LIVE CLOSE TO THERE! It's eerie!

  • Alarm4321 8 months ago

    I CAN

  • Ionmix 8 months ago

    Was there something like this in Bones?
    I didn't think it was real.

  • Ionmix 8 months ago

    Was there something like this in Bones?
    I didn't think it was real.

  • David Kendall 8 months ago

    I read a fiction book about this place. Seems it was the same guy (as a fictional character) who showed up and saw his wife on the farm one day and had been killed. Can't remember specifically, but it was a good book. Read it cover to cover in a day at the library.

  • Don Knotts 8 months ago

    I just had breakfast and I'm okay with this.

  • tyler rhine 8 months ago

    Sounds normal to me :]

  • Th3N3wY0rk3r66 8 months ago

    Well, I guess it's safe to say we found Zodiac guys.

  • Mitchel White 8 months ago

    wouldn't this be the perfect place to ditch a body? just saying

  • dan dandan 8 months ago

    im looking for a spot to hide a body, hmmm… lol

  • AzNwacko 8 months ago

    The more I read these comments, the more I believe white people with the education below 12th grade. Should repulse to respond at all in comment sections.

    Tl:tr white people are retards.

  • Curtis Neilson 8 months ago

    When i was a kid we found body a dismembered body in a storm drain cant gorget the smell