Eight skulls found on Costa Brava beach


Eight skulls, probably human, have been found along with other bones off a popular beach in Spain. The skulls were found three metres out from Els Palangrers beach near to the town of Roses on the Costa Brava.

According to police in Catalonia, a local snorkel diver had discovered the bones on Sunday November 29 and notified police.  Police are trying to identify the bones and how long they have been there.

Roses is an important fishing port and tourist area popular with snorkelers and divers as well as swimmers and bathers. 

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