Dayton police found cremated remains of 56 people from a house on Philadelphia Drive. The property was under foreclosure.
According to sources A contractor was cleaning out the property when he discovered plastic cremation urns stacked inside a closet. It was also found that each such urn was labelled properly with the name and date of death of the deceased person. As per now it has been said that house was owned by one Scherrie McLin, former owner of the now defunct McLin Funeral Home.
It is not yet clear why the cremation remains were kept at home.
The investigation is currently going on.