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May 2, 2013

Knoxville archaeologist unearths remains of Lindsay Lohan's career

An East Tennessee archaeologist made an exciting discovery this week when she unearthed the remnants of the career of American actress Lindsay Lohan. The team, led by University of Tennessee archaeological researcher Katie Dowdy, uncovered the partial career buried in Hollywood behind a collapsed section of what is believed to be a career burial crypt. "This site just keeps getting more and more interesting," Dowdy told reporters. "The remains we have found here really shed light on some fascinating careers that were once active in this region. We can't be sure just yet, but we may have also uncovered the final resting place of the livelihoods of Macaulay Culkin and Eddie Furlong." The remains of Lindsay Lohan's career will go on display at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture later this summer.

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