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PostSubject: The exhuming King Panda   Wed Jul 31, 2013 1:47 pm

What did the British hope to achieve by exhuming of the body of the late King Panda scratch 

It reminds me of

"Chaplin died on Christmas Day in 1977 at the ripe old age of 88. This did not mean that he would 'rest in peace' right away, unfortunately. Nine weeks after his burial, a pair of Eastern European men dug up his coffin and hid it in a hole about 10 miles away. The men proceeded to call Chaplin's family with ransom demands as high as $600,000! Chaplin's wife refused to give in to their demands, but continued to bargain with them so the police could trace their call. The caller, a Polish mechanic, was eventually caught at a pay phone and the police recovered Charlie's body soon after. The two criminals were charged with seven and a half years in prison for extortion and "disturbing the peace of the dead."
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PostSubject: Re: The exhuming King Panda   Wed Jul 31, 2013 2:03 pm

On 25 April they visited the battlefield of Ulundi “passing the spot where our friend and ally, King Panda, was buried. British soldiers robbed his grave and it is said his skull is now at Netley hospital.
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