Saturday, June 18, 2011

John Doe No. 438

The Road to Recovery.
Step One.
Wash - Rinse - Repeat
All jewelry, personal effects and accessories have been sucessfully removed from subject.

Close inspection of the epidermus shows that not only has it suffered the ravages of time but it clearly suffered devastating injuries during whatever events transpired to bring about the ultimate demise of the subject.

Apply liberal coating with a shop rag. Allow to stand for 24 - 72 hours. Repeat.

Although the epidermus is nearly non-existant in most areas, there are a number of locations that have been protected by layers of dried lubricants. The first step toward reviving what is left of the skin is to allow to soak in the above mentioned potion. This will soften the unwanted substances allowing their removal with much less risk of damaging the underlying surface.