Headless skeletons found in Neolithic mass grave

More than three dozen headless skeletons have been unearthed in a mass grave at a Neolithic settlement in Vráble, Slovakia. Archaeologists discovered the remains of 38 individuals, all but one of them, a young child, were missing their heads. The Vráble-Ve`lke Lehemby site contains three settlements from the Linear Pottery Culture (5,250-4,950 B.C.). The villages …