Family of girl missing since 1970s helped dig in search for remains

Authorities believe the remains of up to six girls who were likely sexually assaulted could be buried in a mass grave in Michigan.
1:08 | 05/15/18

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I came out to see the sights and to see the specific areas where they are digging. And to meet with some detective tarred ski and his partner and review. A little more information. That they have. They are very confident that they are act these sites now. They'd have discovered some. Items here on the property that lead them to believe they are at the spot now I don't want to of course they let down once again. I want to bring her remains home and very them. Next to my grandmother in Kentucky I know that that's what our family wants to do. So I'm trying not to get too hopeful but the information the detectives are providing and still providing again this morning. Indicate that they are very close they are very certain. And we are almost there but she was a little bit rebellious a lot of a tomboy a very fun loving very happy. Enjoyed life like to stay busy loved sports. A pleasure to be around.

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