Infant skeletons from 1930s found in Los Angeles apartment





Two infant skeletons wrapped in 1930s newspapers and placed in doctor's bags have been found inside an unclaimed suitcase in a Los Angeles apartment building.

The skeletons, believed to be decades-old remains of fetuses or infants, were discovered in the trunk inscribed with the initials JMB.

Other things found in the trunk included cigarettes, a green bowl, black and white photos, letters, a book club membership certificate inscribed Jean M. Barrie and ticket stubs from the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games.

The larger skeleton, the size of a newborn, was wrapped in a Los Angeles Times newspaper dated 1934.

A smaller skeleton was wrapped in newspaper dated 1932, said Gloria Gomez, property manager of the co-op for the last 10 years....



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