It reveals the radar images, which have been taken of the soil around and under the King High School in the american city.
"It seems to be the chests or cavities in the soil from the coffins that have rotted away over time," said the school's superintendent, Jeff Eakins, at a press conference Wednesday.
the first campaign belongs to, according to the Tampa Bay Times, a cemetery by the name of Ridgewood Cemetery, where - mainly - poor african-american citizens, was buried in the middle of the twentieth century.
Ridgewood cemetery where more than 250 people - hence the up to 70 children - is buried, was taken into use in 1942. The reason, as the cemetery lay in, was sold to a private company just 15 years later - in 1957.
the Tampa school district purchased the ground in 1959 and in 1960 opened King High School, who received land as a part of their skoleareal.
Large parts of the land, Neyine which today belongs to the school, mainly consists of large green areas and one of the school's buildings, which is used for the teaching of agriculture.
As a result of the discovery of the many graves, who for many years has been an underground secret, is to draw up plans to get moved the building.
"We want to ensure that people who are buried here are honoured," said the headmistress at the press conference on Wednesday.
even Though the radar images do not accurately establish what is hiding under the ground, matching the patterns on the images information from historical documents about the cemetery.
that only 145 out of 250 graves have been found, because according to the Tampa Bay Times, among other things, that some of them have been moved, some has rotted away and that some - børnegravene - are so small that they can't be seen on the radar images.
It should come as no surprise that the ground around the school saves on anything other than earthworms. In the deed, which the school district received at the time of purchase, it appeared that there was a cemetery on the site. The lap is, however, supposedly been lost in the course of the race.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 00:01