MARY Anderson doesn’t know where her son is.
She knows that his skin and bones were buried at Northwood Cemetery.
But Vance Anderson’s brain, eyes and other internal organs never made it to his West Oak Lane grave site.
The 51-year-old painter, who died in 2012 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital of complications from a lung condition, was allegedly a hollowed-out shell by the time he was lowered into the ground – stripped for parts like a junkyard Chevy.
Vance Anderson’s insides were, in the words of a Jefferson doctor, “donated for education.”