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  • It wasn't until Egyptologist John Taylor joined the British Museum in the late 1980s that Granville's sample cases were found again, and the "wax" discovered to be the saponified flesh of the mummy herself.

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  • Both ways involved removing the organs from the corpse - and yet, Granville's mummy's organs were still almost entirely intact and in place.

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  • Making candles of the flesh of the dead is not unheard-of, however, though it is usually done more intentionally than Granville's dubious debut.

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  • What made Mario Granville's performance so interesting was not just the fact that he is the group's musical director.

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  • Granville's own private accounts on 30 September was overdrawn to the extent of £677 19s. 11d. and £163 11s. 5d. and that of Stephen Swift & Co. overdrawn by £1,309 5s. 9d.

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  • Granville's mother said she was always worried about her son and she recalls some of the conversations they had.

    CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2008

  • Well, Granville's driver was also killed in that shooting.

    CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2008

  • Granville's mom said she was always worried about her son.

    CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2008

  • HOLMES: Granville's driver was also killed in that shooting.

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  • Wendell was there and an old friend, Chris B., came by and, after he got off work and swung by Granville's for a while, Chris M came by.

    Archive 2003-01-01

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