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Metopic suture divides the two halves of the frontal bone and it can be seen in infants and children as it commonly fuses between 2-8 years of age. But in some individuals the metopic suture can persist even in later ages also and rarely up to the elderly age group, which is known as a persistent metopic suture. One such a rare case was brought to us for autopsy examination in which the skeleton of an elderly male was recovered from a deep well with multiple fractures of facial bones andfatcat:yhlgbn3ayzgdvexakri4titvna