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By Barbara Diamond | August 28, 2009
A real life discovery right out of a “Bones” TV show script was dug up Monday when unidentified human remains were found on a construction site in Lower Three Arch Bay. The Police Department and contractor Gregg Abel were called to the scene when a construction worker discovered a skull. More bones, although not a complete skeleton, were subsequently found. The bones are undergoing examination by the county Coroner’s Office, which preliminarily identified the remains as Native American.
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By Beau Nicolette | December 19, 2013
A quick glance at Sin is Pretty's display window on South Coast Highway in Laguna Beach reveals a mannequin in a blue vintage dress. On closer inspection, a passerby will notice that the mannequin is crying tears of faux blood - actually red paint - and that the color is continued on her outstretched palms. Shop owner Denise Levesque said the mannequin is part of the vintage store's Christmastime display. Bloody tears and Christmas? The Laguna Beach native said the mannequin represents the feminine side of the holiday.
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October 25, 2002
Suzie Harrison The fourth- and fifth-graders filed into their after school art class and upon noticing the subjects they each made a beeline toward the table of skulls asking all sorts of questions, wondering if the skulls were real or if they could touch them. Equipped with a large piece of drawing paper and different hues of charcoal, the Top of the World Elementary students diligently watched their instructor, that is after they made the big decision choosing which Halloween subject to draw.
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By Barbara Diamond | August 28, 2009
A real life discovery right out of a “Bones” TV show script was dug up Monday when unidentified human remains were found on a construction site in Lower Three Arch Bay. The Police Department and contractor Gregg Abel were called to the scene when a construction worker discovered a skull. More bones, although not a complete skeleton, were subsequently found. The bones are undergoing examination by the county Coroner’s Office, which preliminarily identified the remains as Native American.
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