SAN FRANCISCO (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A team of electricians made a startling discovery in California.
During a dig on a routine electrical job, they unearthed a 155-year-old tombstone.
The discovery was made in the Laurel Heights neighborhood of San Francisco.
As it turns out, the area was once a cemetery and some of the tombstones were used as landfill after the bodies were relocated.
As for the tombstone, it belonged to the family of a man named Charles Cooper.