Construction Workers Doing Maintenance At Washington Square Park Make A Shocking Discovery!

Construction workers performing routine maintenance at New York City’s famous Washington Square Park made a shocking discovery while upgrading water mains. Buried eight feet deep was a burial vault, with human remains, that dates back to the 19th century! While some residents of the nearby neighborhoods find it creepy, many are intrigued by the mystery behind this find. While this isn’t the first time old human remains were found near Washington Square Park — it happened once before in 2008, and the park was a potter’s field (public burial ground) during the Revolutionary War — experts are curious how the remains remained so preserved.

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