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- 01:30am Dec 12, 2000 PST(#101 of 110)
 
David,

You could use arsenic as a gas. It's odorless and wouldn't necessarily show up in an autopsy unless there was a reason to look for it. In an elderly person, the death may look natural, especially if the killer unlocks the door before the body is discovered.


Christine Jensen - 12:32pm Apr 4, 2007 PST(#1 of 1)

David, You could use arsenic as a gas. It's odorless and wouldn't necessarily show up in an autopsy unless there was a reason to look for it. In an elderly person, the death may look natural, especially if the killer unlocks the door before the body is discovered.

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