Body Found In Rocky Mountain National Park Thought To Be That Of Missing Texan

February 2013
National Parks Traveler;2/6/2013, p1
The article informs that the body of a man was found propped up against a tree in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado by two snowshoers. It informs that the person was supposed to be the missing from Texas. Larimer County Coroner's office has decided not to release positive identification until completion of an autopsy. The location where the body was found was inside the search area and one mile north of the Nymph Lake region. It also informs that a recovery team reached the Bear Lake Trailhead with the body.


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