Dancer Who Kept Body Parts to Plead Not Guilty
An exotic dancer accused of keeping human body parts in her home plans to plead not guilty to charges of unlawful disposal of human remains, her attorney said.
Linda Kay, 31, was charged after police found six human skulls and a hand in a jar of formaldehyde in her bedroom.
A former roommate said the hand was a gift from a medical student. Kay’s mother said she thought the skulls were bought from a mail-order catalog.