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Vintage Bones: The Girl in the Fridge- Unsolved Mystery

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Happy New Year, Bones Theory people! I hope you are having a great 2012 so far.

Here is something I’ve always wondered… how in the heck did this body get up there?

 

I suppose we will never know for sure, but it’s always made me very curious. Any creative ideas?

In the meantime, here is your B&B of the day:

The “Fist Bumps are for people who get Bs, Booth” B&B

From Girl in the Fridge: Season One

Peace, Love & Bones,

~S

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8 thoughts on “Vintage Bones: The Girl in the Fridge- Unsolved Mystery

  1. Restoring the old to new is delicate work. Painstakingly tedious work requiring repetition after repetition in the name of beauty.

    And someone criticizes the work.

    It doesn’t take much. One word can bring down a ton of hurt and a small flask, a match and POOF! Instant karma.

    Or another case for the battling Bs to undertake.

  2. I remember reading somewhere – of course I don’t remember where – that this was the last of the initial order of episodes for the show. So, if the unthinkable had happened, and the show had not been picked up for a full season, this would have been our last image of BB. (Let us all pause and thank the TV Gods that this did not happen).

    But if it had, it would have been a pretty awesome way to say goodbye. An epic, sweeping shot, a dramatic image, and B&B doing what they do, giving a little, taking a little, bickering a lot.

    Also, Booth: season 1 hair and overcoat. Sigh.

  3. I’m sure Max had to have a hand in it-wonder if he’d claim to be in Palm Springs or Tijuana that day…. And really, how depressing is it to think this might have been the last we saw of our dynamic duo, panoramic view notwithstanding?

  4. I am loving the B&B’s of the day!

  5. Hmmm…I’d always assumed that the Washington Monument was being restored and the scaffolding was already there, hence the body got there the same way the workers did. Not very creative I guess. But regardless of the how and why I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this shot/end scene. It’s breathtaking.

  6. Gormogon. Not Sweets’ band. The killer. 🙂

    Seems like a Gormogon-y kind of body dump.

  7. After Max’s MO of burning people on top of buildings, I thought it could have been Max.

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