An Indiana man had just moved into a new house when he found a trapdoor underneath his wood shed. What he found there left him stunned, and launched an intense criminal investigation.
The man found human bones buried below the trapdoor underneath his home.
Investigators found that the bones were human, not animal, and it gets worse from there: experts say the bones likely belonged to a child.
The investigation continues to this day. Some have linked the case to Dean Corll, who was known as “The Candyman.” Corll raped and murdered 28 teenage boys in the 1970s, and he lived in the same neighborhood where this home is located. Perhaps the bones belong to one of the Candyman’s unidentified victims.