Google search tips for murderers

Not to make light of someone’s death, but I find it fascinating just how many killers don’t realize their Google search history is going to become evidence in the case against them. Here are just a few of the search queries that Brian Walshe of Boston typed into Google before he killed his wife, Ana:

  • How long before a body starts to smell.
  • How to stop a body from decomposing.
  • 10 ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to.
  • How long for someone to be missing to inherit.
  • Can you throw away body parts.
  • How long does DNA last.
  • Can identification be made on partial remains.
  • Dismemberment and the best ways to dispose of a body.
  • How to clean blood from wooden floor.
  • What happens when you put body parts in ammonia.
  • Is it better to put crime scene clothes away or wash them.
  • Hacksaw best tool to dismember.
  • Can you be charged with murder without a body.

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