Kalamazoo County farmer finds man’s bones on land

A Kalamazoo County farmer found a man's bones on his southwestern Michigan property, where they'd been for several years. Authorities said the farmer discovered the human remains Monday night on his land in Brady Township, about 10 miles southeast of Kalamazoo. Undersheriff Pali Matyas told the Kalamazoo Gazette that deputies got a call from the farmer. Authorities were going over the scene Tuesday. State police say the bones were from a man. WOOD-TV reported investigators believe the bones had been at the location 3-5 years.
AP Wire
Oct 11, 2011


Authorities have sent the bones to Michigan State University’s forensic anthropology department for analysis.


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