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May 22, 2023 | May 22,1973

WQLN NPR first signed on the air in 1973. On May 22nd of that year, Erie County Coroner Merle Wood transported a skull, three ribs, and several vertebrae to Pittsburgh for identification. The skull had two suspicious holes indicating a possible crime. The remains were found in Misery Bay.

This Day in History is presented by Chronicles, showing Pitt Hole City: Ghost of American’s Black Gold Part 2 this Thursday night on WQLN PBS.