DNA tests reveal mother of babies whose remains were found in old trunk.
Los Angeles authorities now know the two infants belonged to nurse Janet M. Barrie. But the identity of the children’s father and why their bodies were kept for decades in a steamer trunk are mysteries.
After months of detective work, police have solved one of the mysteries surrounding the mummified remains of two babies discovered in the basement of a Westlake apartment building. DNA tests prove that the dead infants, who were found in a steamer trunk wrapped in newspaper from the 1930s, were the children of the trunk’s owner, Janet M. Barrie.
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