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Posted 3/15/15

Morbidhanson wrote:

Buy a lot of lye, preferably in liquid form so you don't have to reconstitute it, and fill your bathtub with it. Put the body into the tub. Move the body around occasionally. The body should dissolve within a day in that quantity of pure lye. Fit a wire mesh over the drain opening to catch the leftover bone fragments.


You done this before have't you ?
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All these wonderful ideas in one place. Ah, such inspiration.
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JenRL wrote:

tf2pyros, your life had just begun and now you've gone and thrown it all away...


It feels like it was just yesterday that he was trying to unbake a cake, but now this...



Im still trying to unbake that cake... But now I got this dead body to deal with,
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Posted 3/15/15

tf2pyros wrote:


harutoharuta wrote:


JenRL wrote:

tf2pyros, your life had just begun and now you've gone and thrown it all away...


It feels like it was just yesterday that he was trying to unbake a cake, but now this...



Im still trying to unbake that cake... But now I got this dead body to deal with,


Was he a casualty of the unbaking process?
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Posted 3/15/15 , edited 3/16/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


Morbidhanson wrote:

Buy a lot of lye, preferably in liquid form so you don't have to reconstitute it, and fill your bathtub with it. Put the body into the tub. Move the body around occasionally. The body should dissolve within a day in that quantity of pure lye. Fit a wire mesh over the drain opening to catch the leftover bone fragments.


You done this before have't you ?


I haven't dissolved people before, but I've done my fair share of dissolving back when I worked in an entomological quarantine.

The only difference is the quantity of tissue and the fact that most homes don't have a pressurized, sealed enclosure in which to heat the lye and speed up the process. One day is a generous estimate. It should actually work a bit faster, depending on how often you move the body, how concentrated your lye mixture is, and how big the victim is. Dismemberment or any other physical way of increasing the surface area of the tissue mass helps speed things up as well. Ground beef will dissolve faster than a chuck roast, for instance.

I guess you can use several pressure cookers and heat them over a stove top or on a large metal plate with a fire built beneath it. Sort of like a giant teppanyaki. You'd have to cut the body into pieces to fit them into individual cookers and, obviously, use lye rather than water, but this would be REALLY fast. You can probably dissolve a person in just a couple of hours at most if you're being efficient. The smell of the remains can be strong but it's nothing like the smell of actual decay.

The problem is most people don't know how to butcher animals and blood is really annoying to clean up. A crematory digestor is basically a giant pressure cooker meant to be used to dissolve whole bodies in lye. That's the best thing to use but I'll bet nobody has one.

Shishiku's suggestion would work but it would take longer. Hydrogen peroxide is quite weak. After a scraping with sharp knives, I used it to clean remaining tissue off frog skeletons before bleaching the bones and reassembling them. Peroxide took almost a week to do an acceptable job cleaning off a skeleton in some cases, especially if the frog had been in formaldehyde. Other acids would work as well, but the speed wouldn't be much different and the cost of a similar amount of sulfuric acid would be terrible. Good luck finding a good source of sulfuric acid without the people there wondering what you're doing with that much of it. Lye, on the other hand, is easy to buy in many hardware stores, easy to dispose of without wrecking your home drainage system, cheap, and widely available. You can buy pounds and pounds of pure lye pellets, enough for a human body digestion, for less than $40. Lye is a main ingredient for many corrosive drain openers, so lots of Drano would work, too.

If you're patient, in fact, and you have LOTS of time and access to useless wood, you can make your own lye. It won't be super concentrated but you won't have to risk a fire reconstituting pure lye pellets. http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Lye
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Posted 3/15/15 , edited 3/15/15

Vempy wrote:

Was he a casualty of the unbaking process?


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So were did you hide
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Posted 3/16/15
I'am not sure, depending on the situation. I would recommended you reach out to a pro.



Let me know if you need his cell.
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Posted 3/16/15

tf2pyros wrote:

Where do I hide the evidence?


in a black neighborhood.
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Get revenge'd on.
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onibrotonel wrote:


tf2pyros wrote:

Where do I hide the evidence?


in a black neighborhood.


Am I a bad person for chuckling?
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Posted 3/16/15
Read the tell tale heart by Edgar Allan Poe, I'm sure it will be of help
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Posted 3/16/15 , edited 3/16/15

CuentaCrunchy99 wrote:

Read the tell tale heart by Edgar Allan Poe, I'm sure it will be of help ;)


Cask of Amontillado method is more adventurous. Wall someone up in a crypt for years. Nobody can tell the bones of a person not supposed to be dead are lumped in there with the bones of many already dead.
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