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Posted at 7:37 PM ET, 02/13/2011

Skeletal remains found in Alexandria

By Martin Weil


What appeared to be human skeletal remains were found Sunday in a park on the Potomac River in Alexandria.

Witnesses said a dog found a skull in a brushy area at Jones Point Park. Subsequent searching turned up further remains.

Few other details were available immediately.

By Martin Weil  | February 13, 2011; 7:37 PM ET
Categories:  DC, Virginia  
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Here we go..no doubt they'll be classed as evidence of stoneage (or worse yet, civil war era) activity and any Jones Point development will be held-up for another millenia or two.

Posted by: flintston | February 14, 2011 10:36 AM | Report abuse

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