The coroner's office said in a news release that the bones had been there for "quite some time" and for forensic purposes had been classified as having been there less than 50 years.
The bones were of one person, the office said.
Suncor officials have been told that the bones are about 25 years old.
I wonder if these remains have anything to do with remains found previously in that area? www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=49617
Last edited by CarlK90245; 08-28-2013 at 01:40 AM.
If they were a bit older, I might want to blame them on Ted Bundy.
Charley Project is down, so here is a list of 1980s MPs from Colorado using Doe Network
Beverly England of Salida, CO 150 miles away
Roger Ellison - seems unlikely since he is missing from nearly 300 miles away
Tereasa Knuth of Frisco, CO 80 miles away
Jon Haynes of Boulder, CO about 25 miles away
Bryan Ambrose of Colorado Springs, about 80 miles away
Linda Barker of CO Springs
Victoria Sanchez of Rocky Ford, CO 170 miles away
Yvonne Mestas, ran away with Victoria Sanchez
Mitchell Hein if Golden, CO 18 miles away
Douglas Meer of Boulder, CO 25 miles away
Pamela Neal of Englewood, CO 15 miles away
Elizabeth Miller of Idaho Springs, CO 40 miles away
Keith Anderson of Hot Sulphur Springs, CO about 100 miles away
Christopher Harvey of Pagosa Springs, CO, nearly 300 miles away
Jennifer Douglas of Denver, CO 7 miles away
Jonelle Matthews of Greeley, CO 50 miles away
Amadeo Vigil of Pueblo, CO 120 miles away
Robert Bowling of Parker, CO 30 miles away
seems unlikely as Robert went missing as an infant
Penny McClees of Aurora, CO 11 miles away
Christopher Abeyta of Colorado Springs
Missing as an infant, seems unlikely
Ray Collins of Salida, CO 150 miles away
Fabian Del Rosario of Boulder, CO
Rocio Sperry of Colorado Springs, CO
Keith Reinhard of Silver Plume, CO 50 miles away
Anthony Moya of Lakewood, CO 15 miles away
missing as a child
Richard Meyer of Boulder, CO
This news clip says that the remains have been there for more than 10 years, but less than 50 years. This would refute the theory that the remains are from an ancient burial site.
They were also inside the gates of the refinery, which has been there since 1938, so I doubt that they were left by someone like Bundy. It seems that the body would have had to have been left there by someone who was authorized to be on the property.
They were ancient remains:
In a news release today, the coroner's office said the remains "are archaeological, likely Native remains." It said the location of the remains was a "secondary internment."
Read more: Human bones found at Suncor refinery are "archaeological" remains - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/breakingne...#ixzz1wxXjr6lG