Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn used a prod to check for remains March 10 at Georgetown Cemetery during the exhumation of an unidentified teen known as “Some Mother’s Boy” 96 years after the teen was struck and killed by a train.
Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn used a prod to check for remains March 10 at Georgetown Cemetery during the exhumation of an unidentified teen known as “Some Mother’s Boy” 96 years after the teen was struck and killed by a train. Matt Goins
Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn used a prod to check for remains March 10 at Georgetown Cemetery during the exhumation of an unidentified teen known as “Some Mother’s Boy” 96 years after the teen was struck and killed by a train. Matt Goins

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