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Apparent human bones found in dirt pile

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police were called to Barrigada this afternoon after what appears to be human bones were found in 14 piles of dirt that was being transported from the old Admiral Nimitz Golf Course to the Guam Memorial Park.  State archaeologist John Mark Joseph requested an archaeological investigation to be conducted in the golf course area. 

The golf course has been closed for several months now but remains federal property.  A recommendation has been made to stop any movement of soil from and on the golf course until the investigation has been completed.

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