Usually when you hear a story about a Florida man, you grab your popcorn because it's likely going to be an outrageous story. However, for this Jacksonville man, it is only a horror story.

Aaron Haim decided to renovate his childhood home in 2014, when he made a grisly discovery. The man found the remains of a woman in his backyard. That woman turned out to be his mother, who went missing in 1993.

While he is likely relieved to finally have some closure on his mother's disappearance after 21 years, he now faces a whole new heartbreak: his father, Michael Haim, is the one on trial for the murder. 

WSBTV reports: 

His father, Michael Haim, is accused of killing his wife Bonnie and burying her body in their backyard in 1993.

When Bonnie first disappeared in 1993, Aaron, who was 3 years old at the time, told a child investigator he witnessed his father hurt his mother.

Aaron reportedly dug up his mother’s skull in the backyard during a home renovation.

On Tuesday, Aaron testified and had to relive the heartwretching moments of his discovery.

“I picked up the coconut object and it ended up being the top portion of her skull,” he told the jury.

However, this is not the first time he has had to testify against his father. In fact, when his mother went missing he was only 3-years-old. At that point, he told police, "Daddy shot mommy." However, this was ruled out considering he was a child and the defense argued the credibility of a toddler.

Haim maintains his innocence and still insists that he is not responsible for Bonnie's death, pleading not guilty to the charges of second-degree murder.

According to the medical examiner, the exact cause of death cannot determined.

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