Written in Bone: Doug Owsley at Waco and related media

Written in Bone: Doug Owsley at Waco (1:48)

The body of David Koresh is proven to be his in this video clip from Save Our History: Written In Bone. Doug Owsley and his forensic team work with the medical examiner and other teams of specialists to gather information, and match it to his body.

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