The woman is believed to have used the human bones for sexual gratification. However, a psychological evaluation of the woman shows that she is not mentally ill, at least not in any legal sense of the term. Evidence also included pictures from a morgue, which were found in a secret compartment in the woman's home, alongside body bags and a drill. Police emphasized, however, that they had no proof the woman had been digging up graves, according to TT. The latest transaction was between the woman and a person in Uppsala, eastern Sweden.
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Credit: Getty Images. In an effort to help identify skeletal remains of Thai descent, researchers found that examining the distal humerus elbow is superior to previous techniques developed for identifying sex in a non-Asian population. Forensic anthropologists estimate the biological profile sex, ancestry, age, and stature of skeletonized remains for the purpose of identification. Sex is one of the most important components of the biological profile as it can narrow the pool of missing persons significantly in certain forensic contexts. Researchers typically use the morphology shape of the pelvis or skull and long bone measurements to determine sex. Researchers examined more than female ; male skeletons from a modern, documented collection in Khon Kaen, Thailand, applying sex estimation methods using the distal humerus previously developed on non-Asian individuals.