Skeletons Found Holding Hands After 700 Years

Archaeologists found the ancient remains during a dig at the English village of Hallaton.
0:41 | 09/17/14

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-- love never dies and now there's some actual proof archaeologists have dug up two skeletons. A man and a woman still holding hands. And they've been resting together that way for at least 700 years researchers from the University of Leicester. Have been poking around the chapel of a small medieval cathedral so far they dug up nine skeletons dating back to the fourteenth century. Including the easy to -- -- -- love birds. In case you're curious Turkish archaeologists once found the skeletons of a couple embracing each other that dated back some 3000 years.

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