From the Portland Press Herald:
LYMAN - Roland Nadeau was digging out a gravel bank on his land last summer when he made a grisly discovery: Near the edge of an old cellar foundation, his backhoe had triggered a sudden explosion of mice and what looked like human remains."Somehow or another I wound up with a body. It was quite a shock," Nadeau said. He didn't know it, but he had stumbled across an old, unmarked family cemetery containing seven bodies, including the grave of Gibbens Kimball, a soldier from the War of 1812.