The inclement weather this Halloween week unearthed two skeletons in Connecticut thought to be from the late 1700s, "along with a hand-wrought coffin nail that dated back to the 18th century," in a park that once functioned as a cemetery and is definitely haunted. A Yale anthropologist warned, "There may be more," so cue the howling wind. As if the storm wasn't scary enough, mother nature seems to have a spooky sense of timing.
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