These human bones found this week in downtown Kansas City probably had been there for more than 80 years, according to the developer of the property at 18th and McGee streets.
These human bones found this week in downtown Kansas City probably had been there for more than 80 years, according to the developer of the property at 18th and McGee streets. Shelly Yang syang@kcstar.com
These human bones found this week in downtown Kansas City probably had been there for more than 80 years, according to the developer of the property at 18th and McGee streets. Shelly Yang syang@kcstar.com

Human bones found in downtown KC could be from the area’s slum days

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