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A walk on a northeastern Prince Edward Island beach has turned into a quest for answers for an Island man and his friends. 

Ron Howse spotted a bin full of bones when he was finishing up a walk along the beach in Souris in August 2023. The town had placed the bin there for people to throw debris into, and someone had tossed in the bones.

These were not just any bones, though: Their darkening colour indicated that they were in the process of fossilizing, or turning into rock-hard minerals, and there were at least 50 of them. 

Howse was hooked. 

“We’ve been here looking for sea glass and have never seen bones like this,” Howse said.

“Rita Clinton, who lives here and [has] been here for a long, long time, and walks the beach daily, said she’s never seen bones like this either. So it was like a new occurrence. And so …

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