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Bob Cash
Re: Underground DNA tests?
Thu May 17, 2018 11:07

"I have read about away to drill down in a burial site to get DNA for a test."

Tom, that would still constitute disturbing a grave, which is against the law in most states, including Arizona. If you ever decide to do it, you would have to post the results as "Anonymous" and that would reveal your identity you to virtually anybody who has spent any time on this board. I would suggest using a pseudonym. Maybe something like "Kenny Vail".

  • Underground DNA tests?Tom Gaumer, Mon May 14 16:41
    Roberrt I have read about away to drill down in a burial site to get DNA for a test. This is supposed to make the process easier and cheaper as no digging up of the body is necessary. Do you know is... more
    • Underground DNA TestsRandie O'Neal, Sat May 19 21:32
      Apart from having utility in finding Ike's final resting place, I think it would also be worthwhile in using this to Curly Bill too. We've all likely seen the suggested locations of his grave, near... more
      • Grave locatingEddie Lanham, Mon May 21 07:27
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    • Re: Underground DNA tests? — Bob Cash, Thu May 17 11:07
      • However I think it is possibleTom Gaumer, Sat May 19 17:03
        Bob One reputed way is with the permission of a relative. there are several of those about. Another way is to declare the underground DNA test not disturbing the grave. This is probably not difficult ... more
    • Re: Underground DNA test ?Robert Buckley, Mon May 14 17:10
      Tom, I donít know anything about an underground DNA test . From what I understand, Terry Clanton tried to get the grave moved to Tombstone, but the State of Arizona said no . I personally think it... more
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