PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) -- The St. Clair County medical examiner's office says a human skull and bones found at the Port Huron State Game Area appear to be historic remains.
Chief forensic investigator Mary Palmateer tells the Times Herald the Michigan State University School of Anthropology should provide more information about the remains in the next couple of weeks.
The county sent the remains to the anthropology school Aug. 12. Historic remains are the physical remains of once-living individuals.
Frank Kozlowski of Port Huron discovered the bones Aug. 8 in Mill Creek at the game area in Clyde Township. Kozlowski had been searching for freshwater clams and catching frogs with his children when he found the skull beneath a log.
The county dive team was called in and recovered bones in the area.
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