Great stuff, try to visualize circumstances of BRAZORIA WOMAN’s death at YDB times, but far to the South, near Gulf of Mexico coast line: “..a prehistoric and nearly complete, fragmented human skeleton of a young, adult female was recovered from the locality known as BZT-1 in Brazoria County, Texas. There was no evidence of a burial shaft or other soil disturbance. There were no grave goods or positive evidence of occupation at BZT-1. This person, designated as the BZT-1 Prehistoric Woman, does not appear to have been intentionally buried. The female skeleton was lying in a face down, extended position with her hands crossed in front, beneath her waist, and with a complete absence of the right tibia, fibula, and foot. The person represented by the human remains at BZT-1 appears to have been killed after her hands were tied in front of her abdomen, and then discarded into the muddy west bank of a now extinct channel of Cocklebur Slough.” Also stated, “hands crossed beneath the abdomen.” Death at or near YDB times, “..a minimum of 10,740 years ±760 RC years BP” may have occurred during YDB impact event because skeletal remains show no trauma, no animal bite marks, just slight root abrasions, so no aquatic predators present, the latter likely killed from waters poisoned by impact fallout: “There was no evidence of scavenging by any animals. Root etching was noted to only a few skeletal elements, but resulted in only minor damage to the bone surfaces.. . . Although there was no visible evidence of trauma to the distal right femur, which is in close anatomical proximity to the missing elements (right tibia, fibula, and foot), it should be noted, however, that many of the joint surfaces were not sufficiently preserved to rule out the presence of trauma. There were no observable cut marks or other trauma to the remainder of the skeleton. Dark staining was present on numerous elements and was often associated with areas with attached calcium carbonate concretions.” So evidently, she was not killed by extinction event, but probably drowned in the creek with her hands tied by fellow humans perhaps under duress, when her tribe suffering and deprived from recent or on-going comet impact event acted to punish and/or sacrifice this individual.