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salubrious
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He better not get any full moon action on that thing.

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I'm hoping to show the picture tonight to some people who may have some knowledge of animal skulls. I'll let you know any info or updates I locate.

Do you guys/gals  think that  my pets' vet  is going to be mad at me for asking him what he thinks about it?  

 

Why, in the world, would it be buried in a locked and chained box? 

It's almost like they did not want the skull to escape. Yikes, That is weird!

Edited by SweetSusiq

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Bonehead74

Why, in the world, would it be buried in a locked and chained box? 

It's almost like they did not want the skull to escape. Yikes, That is weird!

Have you at all considered the possibility likelihood that this is a simply a hoax/prank/practical joke? Therein lies your answer, I believe.

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BH74, Since I continue to fall for scams, I am very thankful for people like you that can see the truth.

Thank you very much, and hugs for helping me see the truth:) 


Looks like a primate skull, although I'm no expert on primates.attachicon.gifimage.jpg
http://www.skullsunlimited.com/col/23/real-animal-skulls.htm

Thermal, That is also what I thought when I first saw it, and what really confused me was the locked up case. Do you think the entire event was a prank?

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Airdale

What's visible of the hardware on the box doesn't exhibit the rust one would expect from burial in moist soil for any length of time, even a year or two. No sign of the chain in either of the photos.

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thermalman

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After doing more research on the web, I would concur.

BH74, Since I continue to fall for scams, I am very thankful for people like you that can see the truth.

Thank you very much, and hugs for helping me see the truth:)

Thermal, That is also what I thought when I first saw it, and what really confused me was the locked up case. Do you think the entire event was a prank?

Might be? As Airdale points out some obvious issues, without any wood decay I might add. Edited by thermalman

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I truly think some of  the smartest men and women are members of this forum, and I treasure each and every one of your thoughtful and well expressed opinions. Thank you to all who took the time to post. I was curious and hopeful. Oh well:( 

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NCBFr

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2014/10/farmer-claims-skull-found-in-chained-box-is-from-a-werewolf/

 

What in the world is that skull? Any primate specialists here?

 

The farmer is an idiot.  The skull could be anything.  The box with no rust on the hinges and the wood looking to be used by grandma to hold pics in the atic is not a fit for a long lost find dug up in a Macedonian field.

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Bonehead74

What's visible of the hardware on the box doesn't exhibit the rust one would expect from burial in moist soil for any length of time, even a year or two. No sign of the chain in either of the photos.

 

 

The farmer is an idiot.  The skull could be anything.  The box with no rust on the hinges and the wood looking to be used by grandma to hold pics in the atic is not a fit for a long lost find dug up in a Macedonian field.

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JiggyPotamus

I definitely think the skull is from a primate, but I am not very knowledgeable where skulls are concerned. You want to see a crazy skull, look at that of an owl monkey.

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Honestly........looks like clay and maybe a canine skull. It just doesn't have a 'bone' look. Sorry, but I think it's just hype for the halloween time.

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