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GBI Investigating Bodies Found

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Human remains found in a scrap yard near savannah, georiga came from a funeral home.

This is coming from the the state bureau of investigation which has taken over the case.

According to the g-b-i, the owner of a funeral home hired workers to tear down a metal shed on the property.

He said unclaimed remains from decades ago were stored in the shed, but apparently not all of them were removed.

Parts of the shed ended up at a scrap yard, as did



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