Surfaced on eBay

Source Caption: 	Dr. Norman J. Sauer, a forensic anthropologist at Michigan State University, gives Lt. Duane Loxton (center) and an unknown individual "an education" on the mummy.  Loxton originally investigated the mummy when it surfaced on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP004915" title="eBay Inc." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/ebay-inc.-ORCRP004915.topic">eBay</a> in 2006.  The mummy sat in a police evidence room awaiting confirmation that it was indeed part of the Burns collection, a set of remains that were used to train some of Maryland’s first medical students. When the mummy first surfaced it made headlines around the world, according to media reports. They were even the subject of a National Geographic TV show.

( Port Huron Police Department / November 10, 2011 )

Source Caption: Dr. Norman J. Sauer, a forensic anthropologist at Michigan State University, gives Lt. Duane Loxton (center) and an unknown individual "an education" on the mummy. Loxton originally investigated the mummy when it surfaced on eBay in 2006. The mummy sat in a police evidence room awaiting confirmation that it was indeed part of the Burns collection, a set of remains that were used to train some of Maryland’s first medical students. When the mummy first surfaced it made headlines around the world, according to media reports. They were even the subject of a National Geographic TV show.

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