Near the California mansion of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found human remains. This is reported by the Daily Mail.
The discovery was made during the garden and park construction on the street, passing a few meters from the building, but outside the adjacent territory. The bones of a young man or woman were unearthed at a depth of about a meter.
Law enforcement officials do not rule out that the remains were underground for hundreds of years and belong to a Native American who lived in those places in the distant past. The sheriff's office has already contacted the local Native American commission to determine what to do with the bones if this version is confirmed by a forensic anthropologist.
The house, where Harry and Meghan moved in early July 2020, is located in California's Santa Barbara County. It has nine bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a games area, a gym, a spa complex, and its own cinema. There is also a tennis court, a tea house, a wine cellar, a five-car garage, and two guest houses.
The former owner of the mansion was a Russian banker Sergey Grishin. The purchase cost Meghan and Harry $15 million, and they took out $9.5 million in mortgages.