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Inca Mummy Girl" is episode four of season two of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, originally airing on October 6, 1997.
This article is about the episode. For the character, see Inca Mummy. Rodney Munson, drained of his lifeforce by the Inca Mummy at the Sunnydale Natural History Museum. The real Ampata Gutierrez, also drained of his lifeforce by the Inca Mummy at Overland Charters bus station. The "bodyguard", also drained of his lifeforce by the Mummy in a bathroom of Sunnydale High. The Inca Mummy, shattered to pieces after being thrown by Buffy Summers. The letters stand for the southern jam/rock band Widespread Panic. The same sticker appears in a number of episodes: "Halloween", "Bad Eggs," "Surprise," "Phases," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," "Becoming, Part Two," "Dead Man’s Party," "A New Man," "Wild at Heart," "The Yoko Factor," and "The Replacement. Later, starting in Season 4, Buffy and Willow have a Widespread Panic poster in their dorm room.
Inca Mummy Girl by Joss Whedon. CHAPTER ONE. The Inca Room. Xander, Buffy and Willow were on the bus. They were going with the rest of their class to a South American exhibition at Sunnydale Museum. It's just not fair!' Buffy was saying. My mum's invited one of the Cultural Exchange students to stay with us. Some strange South American in my house for two weeks - it's going to be terrible!'
Directed by Ellen S. Pressman. With Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Charisma Carpenter. Director: Ellen S.
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Season 2. Episode 4 -Inca Mummy Girl. Complete List of Songs. Xander and the Inca girl arrive at the Bronze.
She's believed to have been an Inca child, sacrificed to appease the gods around the year 1450. She was a mummy long before she was found. Nevertheless, if it hadn't been for the volcanic eruption that effectively dislodged her resting place, she might never have been discovered at all. Today, Juanita has been relocated from her icy tomb. She sits on display at the Museum of Andean Sanctuaries in Arequipa, Peru, where she seems to greet visitors from across the centuries. She Was A Healthy Teen When She Was Laid To Rest. The superb condition of Juanita's remains.