The NIGHTSIDE report -- Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018
More remains found at former funeral home
The cremated remains of four people have been found over the last 48 hours at the former Cantrell Funeral Home in Detroit.
4 Fast Facts:
- This is the funeral home where 11 infant bodies were found hidden in the ceiling last Friday.
- The funeral home was shut down in April for "deplorable conditions"
- An anonymous letter tipped off investigators.
- The owner of the funeral home said he did not order his employees to hide bodies.
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