Local news has been abuzz with the gruesome discovery of two mummified infants in a steamer trunk in the basement of a 1920s building in Los Angeles. It has piqued the morbid curiosity of many city residents, myself include. Clues within the trunk include the name of the owner, Jean M. Barrie, her certificate of membership to the Peter Pan Woodlands Resort in Big Bear and tickets to the 1930s Olympics here in L.A. The babies were found wrapped in 1930s newspaper in doctor's satchels. Speculations include that the remains were of aborted babies, that they were being kept as potential research specimens and that the lady in question was related to James M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan. What a mystery! Poor babies. But I am thoroughly intrigued. This is one of the reasons I studied archaeology, because I love a good mystery. This sounds like the basis for a great mystery read. I'm eager to hear the results of the investigation.