Skull and Bones, a secret society at Yale with ties to the Bush family, is accused of Legend has it that Prescott S. Bush stole Geronimo's skull. It's a strange fate that the bones of one of America's most fearful enemies have come to define one of its most hallowed institutions of power. One of the organization's most storied legends involves the skull of and stole his skull, as well as some bones and other personal relics.
The stolen prizes were taken back to New Haven, Connecticut to a place Sunday night rituals of the Society and Geronimo's skull was always. Everybody knows that to desecrate an Indian burial ground is to invite the wrath of the spirits. Especially if the grave is that of a great warrior. FORT SILL, Okla. - A Chiricahua Apache on the run for most of his life, gained fame for baffling American troops and refusing the reservation life.
It has all the ingredients for the ultimate conspiracy theory. Take President Bush and his father, throw in a legendary Apache chief, strange. American Indian leader Geronimo's descendants have launched a legal fight They claim his body was taken by members of Skull and Bones. Geronimo was a prominent leader and medicine man from the Bedonkohe band of the Apache.