York flood may yield grisly discoveries

Officials from the York Dungeon Museum have warned residents who live near the River Ouse to be on the lookout for severed limbs and a skull which were lost during the recent flooding there. The realistic pros were part of an exhibit and were discovered missing during cleanup.

"I walk along the river on my way home so I'll be keeping any eye out for them," said performance supervisor Bernie Fleck. Part of the Ghosts of York exhibit, the props included mannequin arms, legs and skull painted with fake blood and a "replica medieval instrument of torture known as a tongue-tearer."