The Day/Year/Decade/Century the Music Died

I was watching the news this morning on Channel 4 when I saw the following information in the news crawl:

“Forensic scientists at the University of Tennessee have ruled that there was no evidence of foul play in the 1959 plane crash death of Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper.”

Apparently, they’re a little backed up in the lab in Knoxville. Gil Grissom would never put up with that crap.

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3 Responses to The Day/Year/Decade/Century the Music Died

  1. sista says:

    I saw that on the news and my first thought was how I’m glad I wasn’t the person that had the job of opening that casket up after 48 years. Ewww.

    Y’know JP was a dj from the Houston area during the same era the Biffer was a dj in the Houston area. I always think of that bunch as being much older than they were when they died. I think JP was the oldest and he was maybe 30 ish.

  2. jag says:

    Hell NO, Gil wouldn’t put up with that crap! Neither would Horatio or Mack!

    Of course, this may also be why a CSI is not yet set in our fine state. Just an observation.

  3. newscoma says:

    Did they actually spend money on this?

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