Colonial America's Oldest Unsolved Murder
When archaeologists in Virginia uncovered the skeletal remains in 1996 of one of Jamestown's first settlers - a young European male designated as JR102C in the catalog - they said he was the victim in what was perhaps Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder.
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#1 Jun 25, 2013
I was going to leave a comment on some of the comments, then I saw it's on the Free Republic site, so I'd be casting pearls before swine.
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