A Crowd of STRANGERS Turn Up for the Funeral of the Baby With no Name

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Hundreds of mourners today attended the funeral of an unidentified baby boy whose body was found wrapped in a blanket on an Edinburgh (Scotland) railway track.

STRANGERS Turn Up for the Funeral of the Baby With no Name

Local residents and community leaders gathered at Seafield Crematorium, Edinburgh, this morning following an appeal by police, who feared that the no one would attend the service after police failed to identify the baby’s family.

The congregation of strangers bowed their heads in respect as the tiny white coffin was carried through the cemetery, accompanied by the moving sound of a single piper playing Amazing Grace.

7STRANGERS Turn Up for the Funeral of the Baby With no Name

Dozens wept as the minister delivered a moving sermon about the infant, simply named in his death notice as ‘Little Baby Boy’, before laying balloons, flowers and soft animals on the site where he was finally laid to rest.

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The newborn’s body was discovered by a dog walker on a disused railway path in the Seafield area of…

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