The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church

Boston's oldest church has a few skeletons in its closet.

The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church

The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
The Tombs of Boston's Old North Church
Boston's Old North Church is best known for the fateful event that ignited the American Revolution. On April 18, 1775, the church sexton climbed the steeple to hold two lanterns as a signal for Paul Revere that the British were moving on Lexington and Concord by sea and not by land. Now the bones hidden away in the church's basement for hundreds of years are drawing new attention. (Jake Whitman)
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