Long forgotten, mostly hidden in corners of old cemeteries are memorials to the most beloved of companions. No doubt by now, these pets have been reunited with those who grieved over their tiny graves so many years ago.
In 2011, construction workers stumbled across what they initially thought was a homicide victim. The site was in New York City in the borough of Queens. When detectives arrived they realized, that whether it was homicide or not, the body that was unearthed was not your typical murder victim.
In February 2017, Philadelphia crews working on an apartment building in the city's historic district got a shock when their backhoes started hitting coffins and unearthing fully intact human remains. The site was supposed to be a former burial ground from 1707, and all remains were supposedly exhumed in the 1800s and moved to a different cemetery, which apparently they weren't.
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