Anthropologists have taken the first step in identifying remains buried at a former Florida reform school. They began to exhume the bodies at the Dozier school for boys this weekend. This is the third day searching for remains at the Panhandle school. As Channel 4's Matt Horn reports the search for answers is moving one-inch at a time. 3 00-0506-1229-361'11-1'19Inch- by-inch the antagonizing nightmare of the Dozier's past is creeping closer to the surface ...a bittersweet reminder of Florida's troubled history.A team of researchers have been digging since Saturday. Sunday evening teeth and skull fragments were discovered in a grave being unearthed.Monday the careful dig for answers continues.31 crosses dot the gravesites where the excavating is taking place. The chilling part - around 100 students are thought to be buried on the school grounds...A lack of state records make it difficult for researchers to locate all of the bodies. Questions started to surface in 2008 as abuse allegations made it to then- Governor Charlie Crist. An investigation he requested showed there were at least 31 bodies unaccounted for in the cemetery. Researchers are now working to put together additional missing links.As the process continues, the shell of Dozier is all that remains intact outside of Marianna. As the chilling history is starting to rear it's ugly head one inch at a time. The dozier school for boys closed in 2011.