The Smithsonian assisted the Rock County Coroner’s office by conducting what’s called stable isotope analysis on a piece of bone fragment from the remains. The testing looks for chemical components in bone that come from the water a person drinks. That chemical makeup is matched with the chemical signature of drinking water in other areas of North America to help identify where the boy was from.
Testing gives clues in John Doe case
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