Archeologists Examine Human Remains Found in Somerset

The question now for archeologists is if there's just one grave or possibly two. The coroner says there's also the possibility that they could identify the person who was buried in the lot.

Crews from the state heritage council and archeological survey say they've found bones that could be two different people.

The coroner say historical records show a family owned a farm there around 1900. The question now is did that family bury a child, or a teenager here.


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  • by Anonymous on Nov 1, 2007 at 09:46 AM
    Hey Wanna be , get a life..just be glad it wasnt you .
  • by yo dog Location: your moms house on Nov 1, 2007 at 08:04 AM
    i think they should try to figer out who dat chick be. cause that could be historicaly significant if that be a family grave yard. peace out yo!

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