Do Hair, Beard And Nails Continue To Grow For A Few Days After Death?
The hair and beard may grow after death or post mortem, and even change color! I once read about a case of a man who had short, black hair and beard at the time of interment, but who, some time after death, was found to possess long and yellowish hair. Aristotle discusses postmortem growth of the hair, and another cites an instance in which the beard and hair were cut several times from the cadaver.
by Kenneth C Agudo 4 years ago
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by Max Dalton 5 years ago
Hi All:I took a quick look and didn't see anything about this recently, so I thought I'd throw it out there. I've noticed that over the last few reported days my CPM appears to be down almost 35%. Now, these earnings still need to be audited so I suspect they could change, but I didn't know if...
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by ngureco 5 years ago
For how long does hair and fingernails grow after death?
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