I enjoy reading this stuff, even though it seems to be taking forever for experts to reach a consensus on whether or not this is indeed Clell Miller's skeleton.
There's also a letter available on-line at the Minnesota Historical Society. I went hunting for it (again) and couldn't find it (again). The letter was written to the pardon board to persuade the governor not to release any of the Youngers from prison, and was written by a woman who when she was a little girl in school, was made to walk past in single file, the dead body of William Chadwell. She said this was to influence children not to take up a life of crime. But she also mentioned in the letter a doctor who eventually took the bones, placed them in a wooden coffin and sunk it in a lake, which people fished from LOL Eventually, the bones were left in a field to be bleached by the sun and the skeleton was sold for academic purposes. She says. At least that's what I remember. It was a very interesting letter.