This story has disturbed me... and most others who have heard it. It was recently discovered that an auction house was going to sell the skull of a Civil War soldier dug up at Gettysburg many years ago. Fortunately people got involved and even contacted the FBI about it, and yesterday the remains were returned to the authorities at Gettysburg National Park. There will be a burial in the National Cemetery with honors... 151 years late. It makes no difference whether he wore blue or gray at this point. The whole thing is disturbing on a few levels. Like who COLLECTS things like this? I mean really! It was from a "private collection" and the owner doesn't wish to be identified. (Of course! But there are ways to find out... and what *else* is the guy or gal collecting?!) And why would an auction house have to be *forced* into stopping the sale of human remains? Wouldn't it be a no-brainer?