First it was a skeleton found by tourists recently in Aruba. One would think that finding such a thing would not be common place. However, not in Aruba where it now appears that even more bones have been found. According to this poster, a human forearm bone was found in Aruba and confirmed by the ALE. This seems to be a common occurrence these days in Aruba. Who needs to comb the shores for sea shells when you can look for human bones instead. I guess the ATA and AHATA may want to add that to their travel brochures as things to do while in Aruba. There is some thing that I want to find washing up on shore while on vacation.
Tourists have no need to bring home souvenir t-shirts from Aruba these days, instead they can bring human bones they find on the beech. Of course one may have a little explaining to do when one goes through customs. However, if they say I was in Aruba, it’s normal to find body parts on the beach that will make it all OK.
Watch Aruba video … “One Boney Island”