Kicki Karlén finds ‘remains of 80 people in Ikea bags’

Shocked woman finds 'remains of 80 people in Ikea bags'
The remains were reportedly found in Ikea bags (Picture: File)

A woman made a horrid discovery after looking into some Ikea bags and finding the remains of 80 people.

The sacks containing the skulls and bones were reportedly found at the Kläckeberga church, in Sweden, and had been there for five years.

‘There were loads of skulls and bones stuffed into Ikea bags. I counted up to 80,’ said Kicki Karlén, who made the gruesome find.

The church reportedly said the remains were removed from graves under the building and stored in the bags while renovation work took place.

An archaeologist involved in digging the bones up in 2009 said they were meant to be reburied soon after.

‘I was on the team called in to dig out the bones five years ago,’ Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay told Sweden’s The Local.

‘Our mission was to document and rebury the bones, which may be as much as 500 years old.’

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2 August 2014 | 6:36 pm – Source:

One response to “Kicki Karlén finds ‘remains of 80 people in Ikea bags’”

  1. Fernando Fas says:

    I’m sure it didn’t come with the Manual of Instructions and some bones was missing…

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