This is What a Skull Collector Looks Like

On August 18, East Pennsboro Township Police arrested 40-year-old Bloomsburg resident Jeremy Pauley in Enola, Pennsylvania. Pauley was charged with abuse of a corpse, receiving stolen property, and with dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities. He was released on $50,000 bail.

A June 14 tip to police alleging suspicious activity in the 200 block of N. Enola Road triggered an interstate investigation, ultimately involving multiple law enforcement agencies including the FBI, East Pennsboro Township Police, Arkansas State Police, the Bloomsburg Police Department, the U.S. Postal Service, and Pennsylvania State Police.

Investigators followed up on the initial tip and spoke to Pauley, who allegedly told them that he was a collector of “oddities.” Pauley is said to have also told police that he was indeed in possession of human remains: Three human skeletons and somewhere between 15 and 20 human skulls. At the time, investigators concluded that, though the purchases were “very odd,” they were legitimate.

Another tip came into police on July 8, alleging that in Pauley’s basement were buckets of human skin and human organs.

After acquiring a search warrant, police returned to Pauley’s home. Inside, they found between three and five buckets of human remains.

According to KTHV, the forensic examiner to whom the remains were brought for confirmation concluded that the buckets contained:

  • two human brains;
  • human skin and human fat;
  • a human heart;
  • a human kidney;
  • a human skull with hair;
  • two human livers;
  • a human trachea;
  • a human child’s jaw and teeth; and
  • two human lungs.

The investigation determined that Pauley was allegedly purchasing human body parts from a woman in Arkansas named Candice Scott and reselling the remains on Facebook for a profit.

Among the items Scott sold Pauley were: a piece of a human torso including a nipple; three human brains with skull caps; human hands; and a woman’s pelvis, all shipped via USPS but intercepted by State Police in Scranton.

Scott had allegedly been providing Pauley parts sourced from a mortuary, at least some of which are said to have been the property of the University of Arkansas.

Pauley, executive director of the Memento Mori Museum since 2021, was advertising human bones on his Facebook page as recently as August 16. Among the items he showcased on his feed were “pounds and pounds of teeth,” clavicles, pelvises, femurs, and in a June 24 post, a “[v]ery old child skull … SOLD.”

He indicated in a March 28 post that he had also begun to collect artwork by serial killer John Wayne Gacy.

Pauley’s preliminary hearing is set for September 14.

Original Article: Skulls and buckets full of human skin: Pennsylvania man arrested for allegedly trafficking human remains on Facebook – TheBlaze

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7 comments

  1. This Turd is looking for employment anybody out there got openings?

  2. This is what happens when you allow weird to go unchecked.

    I wonder where the lgbqt pedo+ weirdness will eventually take us.

  3. Gee, the authorities think there may be a crime committed here. I wonder if he’s out on bail? Jeffrey Dahmer got out on bail, it cost him an arm & a leg but he did it.

  4. Wow, you guys are as bad as AOL. Anything a lib doesn’t like will never see the light of day.

  5. If U do NOT believe Satan & Lucifer R alive & well & roaming the Earth, U must have an I Q
    below 10!! If there ever was a Son of Satan his picture is listed above. Do not understand
    how an intelligent American citizen denies “the Spiritual Warfare” taking place as we speak.

    This is a direct result of the disregard of the Ten Commandments, especially No %!!

  6. frederick fetty jr

    Granted, thus guy is very sick and has found a market for his goods. Several things that need answers. They body parts that were supplied by a lady who sourced them from a mortuary, associated with a university medical lab; human remains are used by medical schools everywhere. This is normal and thank God they are able to do this for medical research. However, the deceased or an authority must sign a release that aways includes a disposal agreement prohibiting misuse of the remains. Selling body parts on the open market is an abuse of this agreement. When my children were very young, they found an old human skull in an old farm building. We called the local police and they were involved in a years long investigation to find the name of the deceased. They never did,but the process showed me how involved and complicated possession of body parts can be.The real criminals are the people who supply these parts. Again, this guy is a sick person and needs a lot of help. The mortuary, university and other people who sold him these parts belong in prision…

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