Bones, Pottery, and More Pulled From the River Thames
England’s River Thames holds secrets, and some people are trying to uncover them. Mudlarking is a kind of scavenger hunt through the muck of the river. At low tide, mudlarks sift through the detritus of history to see what’s been left behind. For 2000 years, humans have lived and worked along the London portion of the River Thames, according to the Thames River Trust. Finding gold is unlikely, but pottery shards and animal bones are almost expected. Inside Edition Digital’s TC Newman has more.