Fayette Co. coroner Gary Ginn uses a prod to check for remains during the exhumation of the unidentified teen known as ‘Some Mother’s Boy,’ 96 years after he was struck and killed by a train, at Georgetown Cemetery in Georgetown, Ky., Friday, March 10, 2017.
Fayette Co. coroner Gary Ginn uses a prod to check for remains during the exhumation of the unidentified teen known as ‘Some Mother’s Boy,’ 96 years after he was struck and killed by a train, at Georgetown Cemetery in Georgetown, Ky., Friday, March 10, 2017. Matt Goins
Fayette Co. coroner Gary Ginn uses a prod to check for remains during the exhumation of the unidentified teen known as ‘Some Mother’s Boy,’ 96 years after he was struck and killed by a train, at Georgetown Cemetery in Georgetown, Ky., Friday, March 10, 2017. Matt Goins

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