An entire skeleton's worth of skull and bones of a young male were found scattered on a much used rail road track in a wooded area, prompting Bones and Seeley to begin a lengthy search for all the bones they could find, considering the miles of track available to search. What bones were found were taken back to the FBI lab and an in depth inspection was begun into them. Marks on the bones were determined to be from kudzu vines which grow in extreme abundance in the south. He had come from the mid-Atlantic states. Bone markers on the skeleton indicated that it bore no processed foods, chemicals or other indicators of the victim having been from the present century and what remnants of clothing that were found on the skeleton were hand stitched, a curiousity in this day and age. Bones thought that the victim might have been an immigrant, but was not sure. Further study of the bones determined that he had been an Amish youth. What had happened to him? He had been at least two months...Read the full recap
Booth: (about the Amish) We reject Satan and they reject buttons.
Hodgins: Perry's a senior, isn't he? That might be why he's pressuring Michelle to have sex.
Angela: Why do you think he's pressuring her? Women want sex just as much as men.
Cam: Yeah, well, she's a child, she still has stuffed animals.
Angela: Well I did too at 16 ... and I also had Brian. All you can do is tell her to respect herself, and use protection.
Hodgins: During the Crusades, knights used to lock up their wives and daughters.
Cam: How helpful.