From 1920s Mexico, a woman named Hazel Walker shot herself through the heart. From her name and appearance it seems she was an American. The first two photos show her stripped and laying outside. I assume they maybe they were trying to wash off some of the blood. The next four photos are after the autopsy. They put a rod through her to show the path of the bullet including the entry and exit wounds. She shot herself in the right breast. The burn mark is obvious. The bullet went out her back under her left shoulder. With the rod sticking out her back they had to place her body partially off the table. The two attendants are there to make sure she doesn't fall on the floor. A little blood seems to be still coming out her back as it has dripped a little down the side of the table and a drop seems to be on the end of the rod. Her autopsy has quite an audience. People have found the first photo before and put out the call on the internet for more info but to no avail. Who Hazel Walker was, why she was in Mexico and why she killed herself seem lost in the passage of time.