I won’t spoil the story for you but it involves a boy in a cast iron coffin that resembles a well preserved Egyptian Mummy and the detective work required to identify him.
It’s a story that brought together a team two-dozen-strong consisting of pathologists, forensics and the Smithsonian.
Newsday has the AP wire story by Science Writer Randolph Schmid.
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