In this Nov. 9, 2010 photo released by the University of Vermont, Janie Cohen, left, the Fleming Museum Mummy, Dr. Jason Johnson, and Aimee Marcereaum DeGalan stand with a mummy for scanning at ... more 
In this Nov. 9, 2010 photo released by the University of Vermont, Janie Cohen, left, the Fleming Museum Mummy, Dr. Jason Johnson, and Aimee Marcereaum DeGalan stand with a mummy for scanning at Fletcher Allen Health Care, the teaching hospital at the University of Vermont, in Burlington, Vt. A childhood fascination with archaeology and a chance encounter with a 2,700-year-old Egyptian mummy are helping Vermont doctors and law enforcement officials find truth in some of the most challenging of modern-day crimes, the unexplained deaths of young children. The University of Vermont Hospital's CT scans helped doctors create a full-sized, three-dimensional model of the mummy’s skull _ thanks to the latest technology and the sharp detail obtained by cranking up the power on the scanner to levels unsafe for living patients. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By University of Vermont, Rajan Chawla
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