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January 1, FBI Uncovers Chilling Scene of Human Remains in Kentucky Man’s Home



In a gruesome discovery, FBI officials arrested a Kentucky man after they found 40 human skulls and other body parts at his residence in Mt. Washington.

The arrest was part of an investigation into the theft of body parts from the morgue at Harvard Medical School.

James Nott, 39, was allegedly purchasing these human remains from a Pennsylvania man, Jeremey Pauley.

Pauley had procured these body parts from a woman who had stolen them from cadavers donated to Harvard Medical School for medical research and education.

The investigators noted that Nott purchased hearts, brains, lungs, and two fetal specimens from Pauley, with payments made via PayPal.

Not just 40 human skulls, but FBI agents also found human spinal cords, hip bones, and femurs at Nott’s home.

Chillingly, some of the skulls appeared to be decorated.

The FBI also discovered a Harvard Medical School bag, various firearms, including an AK-47, inert grenades, and body armor plates.

United States Attorney Gerard M. Karam did not mince his words when commenting on the case.

“The theft and trafficking of human remains strikes at the very essence of what makes us human,” he stated.

“It is particularly egregious that so many of the victims here volunteered to allow their remains to be used to educate medical professionals and advance the interests of science and healing. For them and their families to be taken advantage of in the name of profit is appalling.”

Nott, who lived alone, was taken into custody and booked into the Oldham County jail.

He faces charges of unlawful possession of a firearm as a prohibited person.

In a haunting response to an FBI agent’s inquiry about whether there was anyone else in his apartment, Nott chillingly replied, “Only my dead friends.”

Bottom Line

This shocking case lays bare a dark underbelly of illegal activities surrounding the trafficking of human remains, exposing a disturbing violation of trust for those who had generously donated their bodies to science and their grieving families.

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  1. michael f mcgilvery

    July 17, 2023 at 12:28 am

    Another example of the sick and demented population of this once great country. What the h–l is happening to us?

  2. vinnie

    July 17, 2023 at 6:45 am

    What prompted the FBI to uncover this twisted demented soul’s collection of Human Remains?
    Wait for it,,,,,,,, They are not able to comment about an ongoing Investigation so you’ll just have to wait for the 6’o clock news and find out the way Obama used to get briefed!

  3. DeploraBill

    July 17, 2023 at 10:52 am

    United States Attorney Gerard M. Karam talks about “trafficking human remains.” Has he ever heard of Planned Parenthood? Or does he consider those remains to only be a clump of cells?

  4. Denno Dogg

    July 18, 2023 at 8:15 pm

    No great concerns for the “trafficking” of human beings across our borders, though.

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