Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by Tulessa, Oct 4, 2016.
Can someone ID these bones for me?
Just wanted to add, we have a lot of Elk, Deer, Bear, and other mammals in my area.
Those are clown bones, I think.
I don't know Tulessa, no expert. They do look like some images on google for elk though. Can't tell the size or anything though. Hope someone can help you!
Smacks Nora! :gaah::loveyou:
my first thought was deer bones, but I really don't know. sorry I am useless. :giggle:
googled deer bones ones and they do look similar:
No problem. I've been trying to locate the thread about a guy that went missing in Tennessee. They found his remains right above my house. That's why I don't like just tossing this aside.
Thought I'd post this.
This guy??? From 2008:
WYMT) Remains of a missing Tennessee man are discovered in Eastern Kentucky. Now police want to know how the bones got there.
ATV riders found the bones earlier this month in the Beaver Creek area of Pike County. That's the same area where the missing man's car was found burned almost six years ago.
Family members say 41 year old Robert Wayne Chadwell disappeared Labor Day weekend 2002. They say he left Nashville and was never seen or heard from again. Family members are glad to finally find him, but they say it doesn't end the wondering, just brings more questions.
Honestly they look like something I would run away from and try to forget I ever saw.
I would call your local game department, I'm sure they would be able to tell you.
You are a doll! I got tired of looking lol. This is it! And I live in the head of Beaver. He was within walking distance. Well for me anyways.
It's been reported to LE.
Those do not look like human ribs. To me at least.
You're a nut LOL!
I don't think so either, but better safe than sorry. They still haven't located Jimmy Kelly from my small home town.
:hilarious: (these better be animal bones after all the jabs)
My son finds bones on his farm.........spooky.........coyotes eat to bone........his finds are always deer...(PA)
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