German "Swamp Girl's" Skeleton Tells Tale

A skeleton found in a German swamp proved to belong to a 15-year-old girl who lived 650 years ago.

After months of research, forensic scientists at the Hamburg-Eppendorf university clinic said that the skeleton, nicknamed "Moora," showed a life marked by famine. As yet, the group has no explanation why Moora was pushed into a swamp instead of cremated according to custom.