The Voodoo Mortician: Paula Albritton

In November 1997, a Bradenton, Florida, city worker was working near the banks of the Manatee River when he spotted something floating in the water, near the shore.

When he got a closer look, he saw it was a human hand.

Nearby were two clay pots and some decorative stones.

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