Human remains found in Alaska could be prehistoric

11/14/2012 | AlaskaDispatch.com

Construction workers uncovered three skeletons in McGrath, Alaska, while working on an erosion control project along the Kuskokwim River. The remains were initially thought to belong to a village elder who went missing approximately 30 years ago, but archaeologist Bob Sattler said the skeletons were much older and could be centuries or even millennia old.

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