Skeletons in the Closet Author:Elizabeth Livington It was impossible to say what the original house had looked like; it was just a heaped mass of old lumber strewn in piles. But the foundation was still visible, a little wall of cement in a vaguely rectangular pattern. The 'dozer had smashed in just one section of it,on the side away from the driveway, and then backed off. "There you are," said ... more »Cassidy, "and I wish the doctors luck on it."
"I'll be damned," said Maddox. And after a moment he added, "You'd better go call up a morgue wagon"
"It'll be interesting to hear what the doctors say," said Rodriquez. "But I dont suppose the bodies buried under a house died peacefully in bed...."« less