New Yorks death island buried millions of corpses, rain and erosion of bones.

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 New Yorks death island buried millions of corpses, rain and erosion of bones.


According to the American science website in May 3rd, Hart island was a huge cemetery built in nineteenth Century, where about 1 million bodies were buried, many of them babies. Some remains are terrifying to reveal the ground. Reported that the tomb was recently eroded by rain, and many skeletons were found. According to the Cbs Broadcasting Inc New York station on April 24th, in April 23rd, officials collected 174 bones from the beach near the Hart Island coastline, which were likely to be washed from a nearby hillside by rain to the seaside. Since 1868, the 101 acres (nearly 409 thousand square meters) of Hart has been the official burial of New Yorks official (burial of poor or outsiders) since 1868, where the unidentified or unclaimed bodies are buried, or the dead are buried when the deads family cant afford the burial. According to the website of the Hart Island project, buried records can be traced back to May 1881, and some people are still buried here until today. Since 1980, 67141 bodies have been buried on Hart island. The Hart Island project website keeps the names and stories of the individuals buried in the cemetery. Hart island is maintained by the New York municipal correctional Bureau. The prisoners in the lycks island prison are responsible for burying the body. Harts website Melinda Hunt visited the island in mid April. She said, the bones are actually coming out of the ground. The Associated Press reported in May 3rd that forensic anthropologists at the office of the chief medical inspector of the New York municipal police inspected the scene, marked the location of the bones with a flag, and collected a heap of scattered remains, including 16 pelvis, 31 leg bones, 6 skull bones and 6 mandibles. (compile / Long Jun) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhang Zutao _NT5054 Since 1868, the 101 acres (nearly 409 thousand square meters) of Hart has been the official burial of New Yorks official (burial of poor or outsiders) since 1868, where the unidentified or unclaimed bodies are buried, or the dead are buried when the deads family cant afford the burial. According to the website of the Hart Island project, buried records can be traced back to May 1881, and some people are still buried here until today. Since 1980, 67141 bodies have been buried on Hart island. The Hart Island project website keeps the names and stories of the individuals buried in the cemetery. Hart island is maintained by the New York municipal correctional Bureau. The prisoners in the lycks island prison are responsible for burying the body. Harts website Melinda Hunt visited the island in mid April. She said, the bones are actually coming out of the ground. The Associated Press reported in May 3rd that forensic anthropologists at the office of the chief medical inspector of the New York municipal police inspected the scene, marked the location of the bones with a flag, and collected a heap of scattered remains, including 16 pelvis, 31 leg bones, 6 skull bones and 6 mandibles. (compiling / Long Jun)