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Monday, June 16, 2008

Remains Found at UTB-TSC Construction Site Not Human

According to a UTB-TSC prepared statement released today, remains found at a construction site at the campus are not human.

The remains were found Saturday at a construction site at the Center for Early Childhood Studies. Local media reported the remains to be human.

The release states that Bruce Darnell, of Raba-Kistner Consultants of San Antonio, recovered the remains and will take them to San Antonio for further testing.

“I am not going to speculate until results are confirmed, but I can tell you they are not human,” said Darnell in the prepared statement.

According to officials, the site was previously a national cemetery in the late 1800s. The graves were moved in 1911 to Louisiana.

Construction at the site has resumed.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't look now they found Sasquatch!

Tuesday, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Duardo Paz-Martinez said...

I hesitate only because I know the anonymous Bloggers are at-the-keyboard ready, but here goes: I give it two/three days before Juan Montoya writes in the Captain's Blog that, human or not, it should have a local school named after it. And God help us if indeed it is determined that what they've found are the remains of Juan N. Cortina, the bandit Juan has single-handedly tried to rehabilitate. Wimbledon starts next week!

Tuesday, June 17, 2008  

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