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Archeologists Find Sulfuric Acid Vessels Used to Burn Remains of Nicholas II and his Family
27.08.2009 12:21
Archeologists Find Sulfuric Acid Vessels Used to Burn Remains of Nicholas II and his Family

Archeologists have unearthed fragments of jugs that contained sulfuric acid used to eliminate remains of the family of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II.
      The pieces were found on Koptyakovskaya Road in the Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg) Region. The new examination of the Koptyakovskaya Road was started on the last week-end. The archeologists have found several places where the parts of the broken sulfuric acid vessels made in Japan had been hidden. With that acid the dead bodies of the tsars family were poured over by the killers.
      According to the archeologists, for a fuller reconstruction of the events they have to examine around 1.5 thousand square meters of ground in the area of the Old Koptyakovskaya Road.


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