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Bones In House Probably Not From Any Crime

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A real estate agent in Gibson, La., was showing a home to a prospective buyer. Apparently the house had not been properly staged. When the realtor and buyer reached the basement, they discovered human bones. The coroner's office tells The Courier of Houma there's probably no crime. The bones may come from an old burial ground.

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A real estate agent in Gibson, Louisiana was showing a home to a prospective buyer. Apparently the house had not been properly staged. When realtor and buyer reached the basement they discovered a pile of human bones. The coroner's office says there's probably no crime. The bones may come from an ancient Indian burial ground, which means there's nothing to worry about, nothing at all, so long as the buyers never saw the movie "Poltergeist."

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