Package containing four human SKULLS is intercepted at Mexican airport

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Four human skulls bound for U.S. were found in box at Mexican airport.

Authorities in central Mexico said Friday they found a strange holiday-season package at a local airport: four human skulls being shipped to the United States.

Mexico’s National Guard said its officers were called to an airport in the city of Queretaro after an X-ray detected strange shapes in a cardboard box.

The box was being sent from the southern city of Apaztingan, in Michoacan state, to an address in Manning, South Carolina.

Authorities in central Mexico said Friday they found a strange holiday-season package at a local airport: four human skulls being shipped to the United States.

After searching the package, the inspectors discovered four human skulls, each wrapped in transparent plastic and aluminum foil, placed in a cardboard box.

The investigators also noted that the package did not have sanitary registration required for those shipping human remains.

The package was shipped from Apatzingán, a city of about 100,000 people in the southern Mexican state of Michoacán. It was bound for Manning, South Carolina – a town of less than 4,000 people.

The Guard said the shipment, regardless of how the skulls were obtained or whether they items were meant for medical study, may violate Mexican laws on the handling of corpses.

Michoacan is one of Mexico’s most violent states, and the city of Apatzingan has long been dominated by the Viagras drug cartel.

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