What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever found during a remodeling project? Well, workers remodeling a San Francisco home may give you a run for your money as they uncovered a coffin containing a preserved young girl that was buried 145 years ago. On May 9, the construction workers found a three-foot coffin made out of lead and bronze. Inside Edition reports that the girl is likely to be just one of 30,000 people buried in San Francisco’s Odd Fellow Cemetery which was open for 30 years, but closed in 1890.
Since she was unearthed, the girl has been moved to a refrigerated area in Fresno, Calif., so that she may continue to be preserved and will be permanently laid to rest at a Greenlawn Memorial Park cemetery on June 4.
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