UT Says Missing Brains Were Actually Disposed Of
The University of Texas says its missing brains actually aren't missing. They were destroyed in 2002.By Madison Burke | December 3, 2014
Remember the case of the 100 missing brains we told you about Wednesday morning? Well as it turns out, they weren't actually missing at all.
University of Texas officials released a statement Wednesday explaining its 100 human brains that were believed to be missing were actually disposed of in 2002. (Video via KEYE)
It was about half the university's collection that was reported missing earlier this week and a professor told the Austin American-Statesman, "We think somebody may have taken the brains, but we don’t know at all for sure."