Human skulls mysteriously mailed to BYU department

by | Oct. 27, 2010

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Two human skulls were recently mailed to the Brigham Young University history department and police are having a hard time tracking down the source.

Although they came wrapped in plastic and packed in a Priority Mail box delivered by the U.S. Postal Service, from a "Jim Crow, Route 3-126, Augusta, Mont., no one can confirm whether a person by that name or even the address truly exist. The package contained no explanation of its contents and was actually addressed to the "BYU Historical Department," a department that doesn't exist.

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