Investigators believe the bones might have been there for a couple of years.
The discovery was made Thursday morning at The Ashley, formerly known as the Milner Hotel, in downtown Detroit.
Authorities have determined that human remains found in a mid-Michigan family’s yard in 1981 are Native American in origin and may be 1,000 or more years old.
The kids were around a boarded up vacant home on Wayburn Street Sunday when they found the bones, which included a spine and a rib cage. The bones were found in front of the house — and in the backyard.
The bones are piling up at Eastern Michigan University, where investigators have now found even more 19th century remains on the northeast corner of campus.
Is it a crime scene or the human remains from a cemetery?