What Was Found in Search of Georgetown Home?

Federal authorities searched the Georgetown, Massachusetts, home of Peter Haskell, who died in November at 85, for the remains of a young boy, according to newly unsealed court documents.

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Investigators found it odd that Peter Haskell, who had no children, had a large collection of children-themed videos at his home, according to a search warrant affidavit.
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After longtime youth sports coach Peter Haskell died, authorities searching his home discovered a young boy mannequin dressed in a Beverly Soccer uniform.
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Children's identification cards were found in Peter Haskell's home.
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The exterior of 4 Chestnut St. in Georgetown, Massachusetts, where authorities investigated allegations that Peter Haskell murdered a young boy.
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The exterior of 4 Chestnut St. in Georgetown, Massachusetts, where authorities investigated allegations that Peter Haskell murdered a young boy.
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The exterior of 4 Chestnut St. in Georgetown, Massachusetts, where authorities investigated allegations that Peter Haskell murdered a young boy.
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The exterior of 4 Chestnut St. in Georgetown, Massachusetts, where authorities investigated allegations that Peter Haskell murdered a young boy.
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