Superstorm Sandy Unearths Skeleton

Connecticut police believe bones found under uprooted tree likely stemmed from Colonial times.
3:00 | 10/31/12

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Hurricane sandy may have inadvertently unearthed a centuries old cold case in Connecticut or maybe not. A tree knocked over by high winds in New Haven has revealed a skeleton beneath the town green. Police say it may have been there since colonial times the tree was planted in 1909. On the 100 anniversary of president Lincoln's birth. Police say it's likely the remains belong to one of thousands of people buried in the area during colonial time -- The remains will be about he -- by the state medical examiner.

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