In case you missed it, several trash bags of dismembered human remains -- including a severed head -- were found along interstates 80 and 380 in the Pocono Mountains on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, the results of the autopsy were released and -- SURPRISE -- the death was ruled a homicide, according to state police.
Autopsy results show that the victim, whose identity has not been determined, suffered "multiple violent injuries, any of which caused her death," state police said in a statement.
I'm no forensics expert, but even I'm intelligent enough to realize that if someone's body parts are scattered along an interstate highway, they have probably been killed.
The odds of someone cutting off their own head, putting it in a trash bag and dumping it off on the side of the road are pretty astronomical.