Weird story. John Ray bought a book in 1982 and a box came with it. He says that he was told not to open the book until he got home. But he did open it before he left and it contained human bones. The man he bought it from wouldn't take it back. snip...The dealer said the remains came with a piece of paper identifying the body - a piece of paper the dealer said he lost, Ray said. "The person was a boy who claimed he was one of the last Delaware Indians and he was in a bar in Michigan or Minnesota in the late '60s and he was totally drunk," Ray said, relating what the dealer told him. "He supposedly had created a major problem with somebody, and they hit him, and then they beat him to death. They put his body on the roof of a barn and let the animals eat it, and then they stuffed the bones in a box." With the dealer refusing to take back the remains, Ray said he decided to keep the bones out of respect. Ray said he no longer remembers the name of the dealer nor has he tried to contact him. http://www.southtownstar.com/neighborhoodstar/matteson/1048951,071008bones.article 'Male, between 18 and 24, approximately 5-8, 5-9 Ray says he has tried to tell authorities a time or two over the years and was ignored.