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2,411 Unborn Babies Found in Abortion Doctor’s House Given Mass Burial in Indiana

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The remains of over 2,400 unborn babies found in the house of abortionist Ulrich Klopfer have finally been given a proper burial in South Bend, Indiana.

Just nine days after Klopfer died last September, his family discovered the remains of more than 2,000 preserved fetuses in his Illinois home. The majority were uncovered in his garage, with others being found in the trunk of his vehicle.

The 75-year-old was described as “Indiana’s most prolific abortion doctor in history,” with the number of abortion procedures he performed soaring into the tens of thousands over the span of several decades. Throughout the course of his career, Klopfer worked at Women’s Pavilion Clinic in South Bend, Indiana, and at clinics in Fort Wayne and Gary.

According to the State Attorney General’s Office, Klopfer performed over 2,400 abortions from 2012 to 2013 alone.

After he passed away on September 3rd, the lawyer representing his family contacted the Will County Coroner’s Office in Illinois to report the unsettling discovery. Exactly 2,246 unborn babies had been found at the time, fully medically preserved.

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After further investigation, the final count landed at a horrifying 2,411. The unborn infants were kept inside sealed plastic bags with preservation chemicals. The bags were randomly scattered in the garage amidst other storage.

Last Wednesday, those precious lives were memorialized with a shared headstone in a mass burial service held by Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.

“Today, we finally memorialize the 2,411 unborn babies whose remains were senselessly hoarded by Dr. Ulrich Klopfer after he performed the abortions from 2000 to 2003,” said Hill during the burial service. “These babies deserved better than a cold, dark garage or the trunk of a car.”

Hill said the babies were buried together to “[keep] them together in rest, each of them connected by their common fate.”

Kelsey Straeter
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