Human bones mystery uncovered at church

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of at least six people hidden under a church floor in Anglesey in Wales.

The bones were discovered during a project to clean and restore a rare alabaster stone tomb at St Gredifael’s Church near Menai Bridge.

The tomb at Penmynydd is of Goronwy Tudur and his wife Myfanwy – part of Tudor family dynasty.

Experts believe the bones could have been disturbed after earlier Victorian renovations.

“There are at least half a dozen bodies that have been disturbed in the century when that work was done, and there are at least half a dozen other people under the floor too. Read more

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