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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.


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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