ENT surgeon stumbles upon unidentified remains in corporate health offices

The 'bone room', which was found one level below Eastern Health's executive offices, was reported to the Coroner's Court then the police
Australian Associated Press

An ENT surgeon has discovered the remains of multiple unknown people at a public health service’s corporate offices, including a bucket of human bones preserved in formaldehyde and stowed in a fridge.

A disused room at Eastern Health’s administration building, opposite Box Hill Hospital in Melbourne, began leaking fluid into a hallway in February, according to the Coroner’s Court of Victoria, which is now investigating.