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    Found objects in Winthrop - Staff photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    Randy Hooper uses a chisel to crack the cap off the pipe he found in his backyard. "We've found batteries, lots of bottles, glass, and beer cans, but nothing like that," he says.

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    Randy Hooper examines the capped pipe he found while digging in the backyard in Winthrop. "It wasn't a pipe bomb," he says. "I knew it was too rusty for that."

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    The pipe containd this bottle of morphine. Rosengarten & Sons, established in 1822, was one of the oldest U.S. manufacturers of sulphate of morphine, sulphate of quinine, nitrate of silver, and other drugs and industrial chemicals, before it merged with Powers & Weightman in 1905 to form Powers, Weightman, Rosengarten Co.

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    Randy Hooper discovered these hypodermic syringes along with old needles, a pestle for grinding, and two glass containers containing white powder – one of which had shattered.

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