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Authorities announced that 74 more bodies were found at the Back to Nature Funeral Home in the town of Penrose, Denver, during investigations that have been ongoing since October 4. Previously, 115 bodies had been found at the funeral home.

Authorities announced that 74 more bodies were found at the Back to Nature Funeral Home in the town of Penrose, Denver, during investigations that have been ongoing since October 4. Previously, 115 bodies had been found at the funeral home.

Officials stated that the total number of bodies found in the funeral home has risen to 189, pointing out that search efforts are ongoing and the number may increase.

Authorities noted that if the identities of the bodies are determined, the families will be notified in the coming days.

Jon Hallford, the owner of the funeral home in question, "tried to hide the improper storage of the bodies but admitted that there was a problem in the area" in a meeting with the director of the Colorado state Funeral Home and Crematorium office.

Investigations were launched at the "Back to Nature Funeral Home" on October 4 after residents complained of a foul odor.

The police, on the other hand, reported that the remains of corpses kept in the funeral home did not pose a "health hazard".

According to Colorado state law, bodies not buried within 24 hours must be refrigerated in morgues.