Turkish man opens grave for father’s DNA, finds remains of woman

Turkish man opens grave for father’s DNA, finds remains of woman

ISTANBUL
Turkish man opens grave for father’s DNA, finds remains of woman

A Turkish man who opened his supposed biological father’s grave has found the remains of a woman, according to DNA results cited by local media. 

In recent weeks, Bahadır Oduncuoğlu was trying to find his biological father with the help of private broadcaster ATV’s popular daytime show Esra Erol.

Oduncuoğlu shared his suspicions that a man, named Ali Galip İşeri from the northern province of Tokat, could be his biological father. The grave was recently opened but according to the latest episode of the program, the DNA results of the forensics agency showed that a woman was buried there.

The shocked man then claimed that a woman, identified on the program as Zülfiye Hanım, could be his biological mother.

The woman denied the claim and accepted to take a DNA test.

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