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'Chilling and horrifying:' FULL list of Brian Walshe's Google searches

Brian Walshe's search list included, 'What happens to hair on a dead body?,' 'Can baking soda make a body smell good?'
UPDATED JAN 19, 2023
Brian Walshe was arrested in the missing case of his wife, Ana Walshe (Department of Justice)
Brian Walshe was arrested in the missing case of his wife, Ana Walshe (Department of Justice)

COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS: Ana Walshe has been missing since New Year and her husband Brian Walshe has been arrested in connection to the same. Prosecutors have charged him in connection with the death of his wife. "The continued investigation has now allowed police to obtain an arrest warrant charging Brian Walshe with the murder of his wife," Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey said in a video statement released Tuesday.

However, the Internet is now discussing the full list of google searches that Brian did before his wife went missing. The 47-year-old has already faced a charge of misleading police during the investigation and pleaded not guilty, and his bail was set at $500,000. However, he has not yet been arraigned on the murder charge, as per People.


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Brian Walshe has been arrested in the missing case of Ana Walshe (Ana Walshe/Facebook)
Brian Walshe has been arrested in the missing case of Ana Walshe (Ana Walshe/Facebook)

Full list of google searches

One of the Reddit Forums has posted the entire list of google searches, here is the full list of searches that Brian did after his wife Ana went missing. 

December 27, 2022

What's the best state to divorce for a man?

January 1, 2023

4:55 am - How long before a body starts to smell?

4:58 am - How to keep a body from decomposing?

5:20 am - How to bound (bind) a body?

5:47 am - 10 ways to dispose of a body if you really need to

6:25 am - How long for someone to be missing to inherit?

6:34 am - Can you throw away body parts?

9:29 am - What does formaldehyde do?

9:34 am - How long does DNA last?

9:59 am - Can identification be made on partial remains?

11:34 am -Dismemberment and the best way to dispose of a body

11:44 am - How to clean blood from a wooden floor?

11:56 am - Luminal to detect blood

1:08 pm - What happens when you put body parts in ammonia?

1:21 pm - Is it better to throw crime scene clothes away or wash them?

January 2, 2023

12:45 pm - Hacksaw best tool to dismember

1:10 pm- Can you be charged with murder without a body?

1:14 pm - Can you identify a body with broken teeth?

January 3, 2023

1:02 pm- What happens to hair on a dead body?

1:13 pm - What is the rate of decomposition of a body found in a plastic bag compared to on a surface in the woods

1:20 pm- Can baking soda make a body smell good?

'Thankfully he didn't google 'how to search anonymously'

The Internet quickly reacted after seeing the full list of google searches. A user said, "Should’ve started with “will they check my browser search history when my wife is reported missing”….." Another added, "That’s so chilling and horrifying. I feel for the victim, her family, and those poor kids." "Part of me wonders what answers he got from googling these. Holy crap," read a comment. Another stated, " Thankfully he didn't google 'how to search anonymously.' He basically listed the entire course of action he took, including motive. Records of him purchasing the stuff he googled, bloody items at multiple locations, including at his mother's place dumpsters. There's even a video of him dumping heavy bags at multiple locations." A user said, "Reading this made me feel sick." "He apparently googled all this on his son's iPad. Probably thought he was being clever since he's an idiot," commented a user. Another wrote, "Watching this be read in court made me want to vomit."








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