Now to the Dozier School investigation in the Panhandle ... Researchers from the University of South Florida have wrapped up a four-day dig for human remains at the former reform school. The researchers will now analyze and identify the remains of two boys exhumed -- in hopes of determining how they died. Channel 4's Erica Rakow joins us LIVE -- Erica, there's still a long way to go before researchers can answer the nagging questions about abuse at the school. 3 3 THERE IS BUT THIS FIRST PHASE OF THEIR SEARCH LASTED FOUR DAYS.. IT WRAPPED UP YESTERDAY AND IT IS CERTAINLY A GOOD START.YESTERDAY, THEY RESTORED THE AREA THEY DUG UP AND THE REMAINS WILL BE BROUGHT TO TAMPA WHERE THEY'LL BE STUDIED. 19-24A TEAM OF 25 RESEARCHERS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS FROM U-S-F WRAPPED UP A WEEKEND OF EXCAVATING A BURIAL SITE AT THE FORMER STATE-RUN DOZIER SCHOOL FOR BOYS IN MARIANNA. THE DENTAL REMAINS OF TWO BOYS THEY FOUND THIS WEEK SUGGEST THEY WERE 10 TO 13 YEARS OLD.. AND ARE AMONG AT LEAST 50 BODIES BURIED THERE.09-03 53p pkg dozier dig wraps u Erin Kimmerle/Anthropologis t "More information we can write up a little narrative about that individual and send samples off for DNA testing."QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN ASKED FOR YEARS ABOUT WHETHER BOYS-WHO AT THE TIME WERE SAID TO BE VICTIMS OF PNEUMONIA AND OTHER NATURAL CAUSES-WERE KILLED BY STAFF AT THE SCHOOL.08-31-13 DOZIER JOHN BONNER/FORMER STUDENT IN 1967 4:53:36 a lot of things transpired here that need to be reconsidered and looked at.. a lot of things that need to be brought to surface. LITERALLY BRINGING THE PAST TO THE SURFACE IS WHAT THESE RESEARCHERS RESEARCHERS WILL DO FOR THE NEXT YEAR. HORROR STORIES FROM INMATED BEATEN AT WHAT WAS CALLED THE "WHITE HOUSE" AT THE SCHOOL SPARKED THE INVESTIGATION IN 2008. DURING THEIR FIRST DIG .. RESEARCHERS ALSO FOUND COFFIN HARDWARE AND WOOD IN THE UNMARKED GRAVES..PLANS ARE IN THE WORKS TO PREPARE FOR A LONGER DIG THIS FALL.09-03 53p pkg dozier dig wraps u Larry Bedore/Florida Emergency Mortuary Response "We've got to have power and water and sewer and lights.We've got to have everything you would need to operate for over a month." RESEARCHERS WILL BE BACK AT THE CAMPUS OVER THE NEST YEAR TO SEARCH FOR OTHER FORGOTTEN FORMER-STUDENTS. THEIR GOAL IS TO RETURN ANY IDENTIFIED REMAINS TO LOVED ONES.