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Wednesday, November 8, 2006

 

Man Cleans Skulls For Living

`Jay Villemarette said, “Some people would say that I am exaggerating when I say how greasy a human is. I am not exaggerating. It is nasty.”

Villemarette would know. He’s the founder of an Oklahoma City company that bills itself as the world’s leading supplier of osteological specimens — bones and skulls.

The former auto mechanic said he became fascinated with skulls in his youth, when he found a dog skull in some woods. He turned his hobby into a business in 1986, creating Skulls Unlimited in the kitchen of his home, boiling skulls on the family stove.’




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