Texan Dad Admits Skeleton In His Kitchen Is Son Who Died In 2018



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Police conducting a welfare check on a home in East Texas were shocked to find skeletal remains casually kept in the kitchen of a home owned by David McMichael.

McMichael, 67, said the remains belonged to his son Jason, who had died some four earlier in May 2018. Police did not say how old the son would have been when he died, if in fact the remains are proven to belong to him.

Police say they are carrying out the check after a neighbor expressed concern about the son. In a press release, they say that when they asked the elder McMichael if he knew why they were there, he said it was because of the corpse.

“He was asked by officers at the scene if he knew why they were there,” the press release said. “Mr. McMichael advised them it was because he had a body in his kitchen.”

McMichael was booked on charges of misusing a corpse. The remains were taken to the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas to determine whether the person, identified only as a man so far, had been murdered or died of another unfortunate incident.

The New Boston Police Department, who are leading the investigation, say they are now questioning relatives about the case and have no missing person report on the man’s son.

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