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Is the skeleton of Clell Miller -- a member of the infamous James-Younger Gang involved in the failed 1867 Northfield, Minn., bank robbery -- being stored in Grand Forks? Testing done to superimpose a postmortem photo of Miller over a skull in Grand Forks (see image) indicates that while not conclusive, the matches were "remarkable," said Dr. James Bailey, a forensic scientist who is studying the case. (Submitted photos)

Questions about Clell Miller's body remain after test on skeleton in Grand Forks halted

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After reaching a dead-end in Grand Forks, forensic researchers trying to uncover the whereabouts of the skeletal remains of Clell Miller, the James Gang outlaw shot down in Northfield, Minn., are turning to the courts in his home state of Missouri.


While some believe his skeleton is owned by an unidentified resident in Grand Forks, others are convinced Miller's body was buried in at Muddy Fork Cemetery in Kearney, Mo.

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