Nearly 4-months after University of South Florida researchers began doing their excavation work... they're now announcing what they found at the former Dozier School for Boys, in Marianna. Channel 4's Chris Parenteau has been following this story and joins us now from our newsroom. Chris? 3 The dig was confined to one area on the school grounds, an area known as the Boot Hill area. There were 31 marked graves in that area, but researchers expected to find as many as 50.They actually found 55 graves.They are now in the process of sending all of the human remains that they have found to the University of North Texas forensic lab for identifcation and hopefully matching with DNA samples provided by some people who have provided samples to try to find loved ones who are unaccounted for. One thing many were worried about finding is mass graves, multiple bodies just buried in holes in the ground.Lead researcher Dr Erin Kimmerle says so far, those have not been found. 3 3 Dr Kimmerle says that they have sent off 5 sets of remains for analysis so far, and they are all between ages of 8 and 17. She says that researchers plan on going back to the school to continue digging in other areas in the coming months.We will have more on these findings coming up tonight at 5:30.