Charles Dunn, left, director of the North Carolina Bureau of Investigation, and Lonnie Revels, chairman of the state's Commission of Indian Affairs examine skeletons and artifacts that were confiscated through a grave-robbery network. Hoke Wayne Honbarger of Salisbury, N.C., was arrested last week and charged with selling Indian skulls. He is also a suspect in a nationwide network of grave robbers who sell skeletons and artifacts stolen from American Indian burial grounds.