New discovery in 1832 death of Irish rail workers at Duffy's Cut
(Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, July 13, 2017)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — The quest to uncover the truth about the deaths of 57 Irish railroad workers on the Main Line in 1832 has led to an encouraging discovery: Ground-penetrating radar last month found several anomalies that suggest more bodies remain buried at Duffy’s Cut, a patch of woods between an Amtrak line and a manicured Chester County cul-de-sac.
Full story: Philadelphia Inquirer
Friday, July 14, 2017
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