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Neal Orsini poses with a Rogers' Rangers memorial on Rogers Island on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, in Fort Edward, N.Y. A cemetery on the island could hold the remains of hundreds of people, including some of the famous frontier fighters known as Rogers’ Rangers. In 2006, a local couple who served as caretakers for the then-privately owned property uncovered seven human skeletons buried at the site, including one that was missing its skull. Historians say hundreds of soldiers died at Fort Edward, including some of the hundreds of Rangers who were encamped there.  (AP Photo/Mike Groll)
A Headless Ranger? Mystery at Colonial burial siteA Headless Ranger? Mystery surrounds unmarked Colonial cemetery as locals mull site's future
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Marine wants new charges in Iraq war crime tossedAttorneys for Marine who served 7 years in Iraqi man's 2006 killing want new charges dismissed
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Memorial underway for Cleveland killer's victimsFamilies of Cleveland serial killer's victims break ground on memorial where bodies were found
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Suspect jailed in NC courthouse shootingSuspect in North Carolina Courthouse shooting jailed on assault with deadly weapon charges
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Police: 2 anti-violence organizers beat ex-roomiePolice: 2 Pa. anti-violence community organizers beat former roommate in property dispute
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