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"Wych Elm Bella" is the nickname given to the body of a woman found in 1943 in England. She was put into a wych elm tree and her hand had been cut off, found few meters from the rest of the skeleton.

In 2018, the reconstruction of her face made by Dundee University professor had been released.



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