Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Bones to be examined

Another find for a forensic anthropologist:

A forensic anthropologist in Madison is working to determine what kind of remains were found near Antigo Monday morning. A construction crew found bones and some material at a site four miles west of the city. They were working on the foundation of a new home Monday morning. The anthropologist is working to determine whether the remains are human. If they are she'll likely be able to determine the race and how long the person has been deceased.
The whole article can be found here.

Edit: Updated

A cameo of sorts

Anyone that follows Hart Hanson on Twitter knows how much he loves his FJ40.
It looks like we may get to see it in higher definition than a twitpic!

Recap of the day

The cast and crew were back at it today, and we've been given a little recap courtesy of Zap 2 It. It includes some spoilers about the team's return. Here are some of the spoiler-free bits:

Yes, "Bones" is officially in production, and cast and crew giddily tweeted about the start of season 6 throughout their first day. And the recurring theme? These guys really get a kick out of each other.

Creator and show-runner Hart Hanson might have been the most excited: "FIRST DAY OF SHOOTING, SEASON 6, "BONES"! (You can tell I'm excited by the capital letters. Or crazy.) DB already made me snort coffee."

He was quick to follow up that the snorting was laughter-induced -- something T.J. Thyne (aka Dr. Jack Hodgins) picked up on it as well: "The laughter on stage 6 is already audible across the lot to HOUSE. We are home. and oooo do we have good scenes for ya!!"

So is all of this lightheartedness a reflection of what we'll be seeing on the season premiere? We can only hope.
Doesn't it sound like a fun place to work?

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