Human Remains Found in Woman's Home Freezer
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Human Remains Found in Woman's Home Freezer

A Calvert County woman allegedly told police that she had beaten one of her three adopted daughters and kept the remains of the other two in a freezer for at least seven months. Police found human remains in the basement of her home in the town of Lusby. Video by AP

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