40 Human Skeletons from Harvard Found in Kentucky Man’s Apartment | Gateway Experts | by Anthony Scott

FBI agents found more than 40 human skulls in a Kentucky man’s apartment in connection with an investigation into human body parts stolen from the Harvard Medical School morgue.

The man occupying the apartment is James Nott and he is arrested after agents make a grisly discovery.

As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, six people have been charged with selling and stealing body parts from the Harvard medical school and Arkansas morgue.

The indictment accuses Cedric Lodge, who runs the Anatomy Prize Program at Harvard Medical School, of stealing and selling human remains to be used for medical research.

An FBI raid on a Bullitt County home uncovered 40 human skulls, spinal cords used as ornaments: https://t.co/UR7lj0DRnU pic.twitter.com/nFPDhn3TX0

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About 40 human skulls were found among bones and body parts in an apartment in Kentucky.

The discovery was made when FBI agents granted a search warrant Tuesday in connection with an investigation into stolen human remains trafficked from the Harvard Medical School morgue.

James Nott, who lived in the apartment, was arrested after the discovery.

Federal investigators initially received a tip that there might be human remains at another home, namely Jeremy Pauley’s in Pennsylvania. After officers recovered human remains – including organs and skin – the FBI determined that Pauley purchased the remains via Facebook from a woman who works at a morgue in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Read more about the investigation below:

6 Sued for Stealing and Selling Body Parts from Harvard Medical School and Arkansas Morgue

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