Read Brian Walshe’s full Google search history

Brian Walshe’s full Google search history – as he pleads not guilty to murdering his wife Ana

Massachusetts prosecutors today revealed Brian Walshe’s extensive Google searches in the days before his wife Ana was reported missing.

The searches were uncovered in court after he pleaded not guilty to killing his wife Ana. Walshe, 47, is accused of murdering Ana in the early hours of January 1 in the basement of her home in Cohasset, Massachusetts.

Among the gruesome searches performed on an iPad by one of his young sons were “Ten ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to” and “Can you throw away body parts?”.

DailyMail.com lays out these searches in full here.

Brian Walshe in court in Massachusetts as he pleaded not guilty to killing his wife Ana, who was last seen alive on January 1

Brian Walshe in court in Massachusetts as he pleaded not guilty to killing his wife Ana, who was last seen alive on January 1

Brian Walshe in court in Massachusetts as he pleaded not guilty to killing his wife Ana, who was last seen alive on January 1

December 27, five days before Ana disappeared

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January 1st, day Ana disappeared. The search begins just before 5 a.m. and is conducted on the son’s iPad

  • 4:55 am – How long does it take for a body to start smelling?
  • 4:58 am – How to prevent a body from decomposing?
  • 5:20 am – How do you tie a body?
  • 5:47 am – 10 ways to dispose of a dead body when you really need to
  • 6:25 am – How long does it take for someone missing to inherit?
  • 6:34 am – Can you throw away body parts?
  • 09:29 – What does formaldehyde do?
  • 09:34 – How long does DNA last?
  • 09:59 – Can partial remains be identified?
  • 11:34 am – Dismemberment and the best way to dispose of a corpse
  • 11:44 am – How do I remove blood from a wooden floor?
  • 11:56 am – Luminal to detect blood
  • 1:08pm – What happens when you put body parts in ammonia?
  • 1:21pm – Is it better to throw away crime scene clothes or wash them?

January 2nd

  • 12:45 PM – Hacksaw is the best tool for dismembering
  • 1:10pm – Can you be charged with murder without a body?
  • 1:14pm – Can you identify a body with broken teeth?

January 3rd

  • 1:02pm – What happens to a corpse’s hair?
  • 1:13 p.m. – How quickly does a body found in a plastic bag decompose compared to a surface in the forest?
  • 1:20 pm – Can baking soda make a body smell good?

January 4: Ana reports missing to her employer. The internet search stops.

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Emma Colton

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