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In the Catalan hills west of Barcelona, the nameless dead are emerging from deep layers of earth that have kept them hidden from the world's gaze for some 80 years now.

A skull with a jawbone locked in an eternal grimace, teeth bared, stares up out of the dirt.

Not far away, a skeleton laid out in a long, narrow pit is still wearing shoes and a belt slung around its hipbones. It somehow manages to make it look jaunty. The remains of an estimated 100 men, and at least one woman, who died near the town of Soleràs during the Spanish Civil War between 1936 and 1939 are being excavated by a team of archeologists.

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/catalonia-d...-1.4499802
«In the Catalan hills west of Barcelona, the nameless dead are emerging from deep layers of earth that have kept them hidden from the world's gaze for some 80 years now.

A skull with a jawbone locked in an eternal grimace, teeth bared, stares up out of the dirt.»

Sounds like the beginning of a really good Lovecraft novella. Needs more adjectives like "eldritch" though.