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    what do you do if you find a body?

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    Pffft.....social media first
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    Look at Options for new Trail feature on the trail, if not usable guess call police and have it removed so I can enjoy a nice ride !!!! ?..?

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    Go through the pockets for loose change. We need to upgrade.

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    Found one just over 10 years ago while picking fiddle heads in Morningside park.
    Girlfriend and myself came across a large blue tarp with an obvious lump in it and the stench of rotting corpse. I was convinced it was a large dog someone had dumped. Pulled back the tarp enough to see a skinny leg with pants and a shoe on it and backed off to phone police.
    Turns out it was a mentally ill fellow who had been missing from some institution and had hidden under the tarp for shelter. Not eating or drinking for whatever reason he withered away and died right there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmg71 View Post
    Pffft.....social media first
    But first, take a selfie.

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    Thats what l meant, to then post on (insert crap social media name) so your friends think you are cool
    Edit: but of course the corpse must first be arranged into a sexual position, smiling and giving the thumbs up
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    A couple years ago we were riding a seldom used trail and found one running shoe in the middle of a large tract of planted pines. I carefully turned over the shoe ... in case there was a foot inside. Phew! It was just an empty shoe. And just another enduring mystery of the one shoe in the forest or lying on the pavement
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    Get money from wallet. Call the cops

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    You cheap dimestore hood.

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    I have not discovered any human but I have found lots of animal remains over the years

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    You should prolly make sure it's dead. I prefer the double tap method popularized by Zombieland.

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    get the gold watch, gold bracelet, rings, expensive dress shoes, empty wallet of money. I seen people carry 1000 in the wallet at one time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    A couple years ago we were riding a seldom used trail and found one running shoe in the middle of a large tract of planted pines. I carefully turned over the shoe ... in case there was a foot inside. Phew! It was just an empty shoe. And just another enduring mystery of the one shoe in the forest or lying on the pavement
    Couple of weeks ago riding around Lake Natoma...

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    ^ ya! like that.
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    Mid November I had my pooches at the beach near here and noticed they were digging and fighting over something that looked like a human hand. Nearly crapped myself until I realized it was a Halloween prop of some sort.
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    Depends, If they were riding a bike..check bike. Is bike ok? If not, can it be fixed? Is it a good bike? Better than yours? Could you use another bike? so many decisions!
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    The body was missing...

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    Hey if you were riding a fat bike along a beach on the BC coast, be careful if you find a shoe:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salish...ot_discoveries

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    To answer the question, I don't know how I'd react. I do know a friend that found a body beside a cottage road. It was quite a few years ago. Not sure if the person had died of natural causes/exposure or was a body dump.
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    Oh dear. R.I.P.

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    Found on my morning training run
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    What do you do when you find just the head?

    Found on Sunday on our ride... R.I.P. Tommy Hawk

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    Deer jawbone found on today's run

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    I've been running by this shoe for a year. I must say I'm impressed by the non-biodegradeable lone sneaker that's been defying the elements for a year on the Emil Kolb Pkwy. I've now spotted a single workout glove nearby.... see how it holds up in comparison. (no body though )I ran to Albion Hills and back (22km) this is my 3rd Funday in a row ... it's been great cardio training.

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    One summer in Peterborough, I passed an unopened pack of hot dogs all summer long.
    Even though they were in the hot sun, they never changed color. Ewwww!

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    ^ Ha! Those hotdogs must have strong preservatives! Makes you wonder "if nothing else will eat it, neither should you."
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    My brother and I were the first one's on scene of a suicide where an 18-19 year old had laid his head on railroad tracks. I was probably about 8 and the image has always stuck with me. I told my friends back then it looked like potatoes au gratin except the sauce was red. His head was a good 30-50 yards from his body and plenty of gore in between. It also severed off both his hands flattening out his skin on his forearms in a bizarre translucent manner. That part stuck with me more than his head.

    I've seen 3 people die since then 1 rockclimbing and 2 on motorcycles. It's a VERY sobering experience. I tend to contemplate the point of my life long afterwards.I have full mental recall watching the 3 die as playing back a movie in slow motion in my head along with all the emotions. Death difines life.


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    Found this poor critter during my run this morning. I think it was a coyote. R.I.P. Wile E Coyote

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    if I find a body, I am going to bang it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    if I find a body, I am going to bang it.
    First that too would run away from you, secondly GET HELP!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    if I find a body, I am going to bang it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    First that too would run away from you, secondly GET HELP!
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    Guys, it's PICARD. Did you expect anything less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    if I find a body, I am going to bang it.
    Not much of a talker... not surprised
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    I can't believe no one has mentioned the obvious. Rule #1 when finding a dead body: Poke it with a stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    I can't believe no one has mentioned the obvious. Rule #1 when finding a dead body: Poke it with a stick.
    I already poke it with a stick.

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    If body is animal, I will take it home for bbq. Of it is human, I will remove gold teeth, watches, any leather coat.

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    I found more bones on our Funday ride... cow bones I think R.I.P. Clarabelle

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    I found more bones on our Funday ride... cow bones I think R.I.P. Clarabelle
    Nope....that's a Samsquanch.

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    I found a grave in a NPS national recreation area, a bunch of rocks in a rectangle with one propped up as a headstone. I figured it was known, it wasn't fresh at all, and I mentioned it to one of the rangers. He suggested I ask another ranger. I emailed him and he didn't know about it and asked if I could show him where it was. So I met him and several of the guys from the local IMBA chapter (which I am now a member of) who had been doing trail maintenance and showed him where it was. He had to call someone to check proper protocol, ended up having a law enforcement ranger come in and they carefully dug it up. Found a dog jawbone and then a leash and collar. With a phone number. Lots of jokes about calling the number and hearing one of our phones ringing. LE was going to call later and tell the guy/gal that they can't do that on federal property.

    Of course when they started digging I'm thinking, if it is human, I'm going to be the main suspect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    I found a grave in a NPS national recreation area, a bunch of rocks in a rectangle with one propped up as a headstone. I figured it was known, it wasn't fresh at all, and I mentioned it to one of the rangers. He suggested I ask another ranger. I emailed him and he didn't know about it and asked if I could show him where it was. So I met him and several of the guys from the local IMBA chapter (which I am now a member of) who had been doing trail maintenance and showed him where it was. He had to call someone to check proper protocol, ended up having a law enforcement ranger come in and they carefully dug it up. Found a dog jawbone and then a leash and collar. With a phone number. Lots of jokes about calling the number and hearing one of our phones ringing. LE was going to call later and tell the guy/gal that they can't do that on federal property.

    Of course when they started digging I'm thinking, if it is human, I'm going to be the main suspect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    I can't believe no one has mentioned the obvious. Rule #1 when finding a dead body: Poke it with a stick.
    That's what a co-worker asked me when I was telling him about my parents finding a dead deer on their property (had been hit by car & jumped over fence). It was back in July of '05 & we'd had 2 weeks of really hot weather.

    "Did she poke it with a stick?"

    The following case has bothered me ever since I saw the memorial on Unwin Ave during a bike ride a couple of years ago.

    https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/201..._for_help.html

    Life sentences handed down for 2 men convicted in Leanne Freeman murder - Toronto - CBC News

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    They keep finding them

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    I guess the mystery will unfold
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    They keep finding them

    https://www.caledonenterprise.com/ne...weasqnoxrugvqa

    I guess the mystery will unfold
    "On Tuesday there were several police cars on the property and two ambulances beside an outbuilding at the south end of the property. There was also a man sitting on the porch of the home, drinking something from a can."
    Some fine journalism right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatshowiroll View Post
    "On Tuesday there were several police cars on the property and two ambulances beside an outbuilding at the south end of the property. There was also a man sitting on the porch of the home, drinking something from a can."
    Some fine journalism right there.
    Yeah, that was a two sentence paragraph she wrote there, unlike all the one sentence paragraphs the rest of the "article" is made up of.

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    A couple buddies and I were playing golf at the course we worked at a few ago, and found a body. Saw what looked like someone passed out drunk on a creek bank with a small paper bag beside them. Went to run them off, and it was a lady lying on her back with a revolver in her hand. we backed off and called the law. Didn't know if she would wake up and start waving the gun around. Didn't see any blood. Turned out, she was dead. She was terminally ill and had put the barrel in her mouth and ended it. Happened minutes before we got there. Others on the course said they heard what they thought was "a car backfiring or something". When they moved her, there was a small puddle of blood under her head that you couldn't see until she was moved. So, I'm pretty sure I know what I would do. Call 911. It wasn't too bad, because we didn't know for sure that she was dead. Had it been a rotting corpse, there probably would have been some projectile vomiting involved.

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    ^...but did you poke her with a stick?

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    Haha...the gun prevented that. The gun was on her chest, still in her hand like she just pulled the trigger and laid back for a nap. I would have guessed it would have looked a little more violent. It was weird.

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    I'm so glad I'm not the only one that thought that article was somewhat "off".

    After reading it, I was compelled to make some corrections. It might be hard to find them.

    The body of 54-year old Joseph Anthony Colavita from the Greater Toronto Area was found on a rural property just outside of Bolton on Tuesday. When contacted, Mr. Colavita was thrilled it had been found as he had a strong, sentimental attachment after having had it for so many years only to have it come up missing recently.

    An autopsy was scheduled to take place on Aug. 2 at the Office of the Chief Coroner and Ontario Forensic Pathology Service in Toronto. We’re not sure who they’re working on but we thought you’d want to know that they’re staying busy.

    Humber Station Road remained closed Wednesday between Healey and Mayfield Road while police conducted their investigation. If you’re headed to the Piggly-Wiggly, you’ll need to take Mayfield down to Market Street, then hang a left on Third.

    On Tuesday there were several police cars on the property and two ambulances beside an outbuilding at the south end of the property. There was also a man sitting on the porch of the home, drinking something from a can. A stray dog was seen crossing the street. Someone was heard singing off-key in a nearby shower.

    Members of the Caledon OPP Major Crime Unit are investigating under the direction of Detective Insp. Pete Liptrott, OPP Criminal Investigation Branch. It’s what they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    I'm so glad I'm not the only one that thought that article was somewhat "off".

    After reading it, I was compelled to make some corrections. It might be hard to find them.
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