Grisly remains of guillotine victims may have been discovered in the walls of a Paris chapel

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The remains of hundreds of people guillotined during the French Revolution may be buried in the walls of a Paris chapel.

The Guardian reports that bones have been discovered in the wall cavities of the Chapelle Expiatoire by archaeologist Philippe Charlier, who inserted a camera to find the remains. Charlier was called in after anomalies were noticed in the walls of the neoclassical monument.


 
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