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The strangest part was that the head was no longer attached to the neck, but rested between the skeleton's knees.
The Bachmanns called the local history association and an archaeological work group professionally salvaged some of the bones. Every City Executed Criminals It quickly became clear what Kurt and Uwe Bachmann had found in their garden.
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