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Grisly find reveals Tsars execution secret

Traces of chopped wounds have been discovered on alleged bones of Russia’s last Tsar’s children. Experts say that their executors might have chopped their bodies apart to burn on fires or in acid.

The remains of Prince Alexey and Princess Mary were found a year ago.

Their identity was confirmed this April, after a DNA tests made by the Massachusetts University in the U.S.  

This year it will be 90 year since the family of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II was killed by the Bolsheviks.

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