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It was a single-story, three-bedroom ranch house on a quiet residential street in a northern stretch of Jacksonville, Fla. Aaron Fraser had not lived inside since he was 4 years old, and the four walls held plenty of ugly memories and unresolved questions. But in December 2014, after the 24-year-old took possession of the house, he and his brother-in-law rolled up their sleeves for a renovation.

According to the Florida Times-Union, the two men began by smashing apart a swimming pool in the back with a rented excavator. At one point, the machine cracked a large concrete slab near an outdoor shower. Aaron began hacking at the pieces with a sledgehammer. Below in the dirt, he found a plastic bag, and from inside he pulled something out. It was a coconut, he thought.

“Why would someone bury a coconut in a bag?” Aaron asked his brother-in-law, according to News4Jax.

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The murder trial will start in Florida April 8 against Michael Haim in his wife Bonnie Haim’s 1993 murder.

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