MOVE Bombing: Remains of Children Found at Penn Museum in Box

Remains of Children Found at Penn Museum
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No one seems to be sure what happened to a set of remains thought to be two children killed in the 1985 MOVE bombing.

For decades, the bones were kept at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. A Penn Museum spokesperson said the remains have since been transferred to the care of researchers at Princeton — but an administrator at the New Jersey university was uncertain of their whereabouts.

After this story published, a spokesperson said Princeton does not have them.

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