Day three of the Holly Bobo murder trial continued Wednesday with testimony from a witness who discovered the remains of the nursing student from Decatur County. Larry Stone told the court that he had found a skull inside of a bucket while searching for Ginseng in a wooded area not far from the young girl’s home. Laura Hodge with the TBI also testified that bones and teeth were found scattered along a ditch along a road in Holladay. Some of Bobo’s personal items, such as a wallet containing her driver’s license, were also found in the area. Zachary Adams faces the first degree murder of Bobo as testimony resumes Thursday.