A work crew found the human skeletal remains in a wooded area, Saturday afternoon. At this time, it is unknown, as to gender.
(Maybe someone can find a link that doesn't require registraion?)
Last edited by summer_breeze; 02-05-2012 at 09:33 AM.
I saw an article on line for Jacksonville, FL. The remains were male and they do not suspect foul play. The skeletal remains were found by a survey crew.
Not a victium of 1935 Labor day Hurricane?
All the detailed information really helps in the searching...
I think this is the address:
A survey crew discovered human skeletal remains in a heavily wooded area near State Road 100 west of Flagler Beach. The workers found the remains shortly after 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Officials do not know if the remains are of a man or woman.
It has not been determined how long the remains were at the location or how or when the person died, said Flagler County sheriff's spokeswoman Debbie Johnson
The link's gone but it's quoted here
[ame="http://www.flaglerchat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2030"]Skeletal remains found in Flagler - FlaglerChat.com Forum[/ame],
the same day the WS thread was started. Someone says it was a man with boots on found west of Food Lion.
I didn't find anything from Flagler county 2005 in DN or Namus.
Published Wednesday, November 2, 2005
Flagler County investigators have identified skeletal remains found Sept. 10 as those of a Jacksonville man reported missing last year.
Relatives of William T. Babbit, 46, said they last spoke with him in November, according to detective Steve Cole.
WOW Summer! How did you find that article???