Since this is my first post I hope I'm doing it right! Please move, or delete if it's been posted before! I found this in the news last week, and got curious since there are three people involved. (I'm assuming three sets of skeletal remains mean three different people).I haven't seen any updates and the only possibilities I could find are three kids that went missing from the area in the 70's I think, but I believe they are not connected. I'd like to know if anyone has heard more on this, or what your ideas are. http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/briefs/x1695320608/Skeletal-remains-found-in-submerged-van-in-Ky Three sets of skeletal remains were found in a van submerged in a lake in western Kentucky, and authorities said Wednesday identifying them could take weeks. The Messenger-Inquirer of Owensboro reported that investigators found the 1974 Ford van in about 15 feet of water in a small lake in Daviess County last week while looking for a 91-year-old Owensboro man who had been missing since July. The human remains were taken to the state medical examiners office in Frankfort for identification that would include comparing dental and medical records. The van was taken to the Owensboro Police Department after it was pulled from the lake near Utica, about 11 miles south of Owensboro, and investigators processed the vehicles contents. Lt. Col. Jeff Jones of the Daviess County Sheriffs Department declined to say if any other evidence was found in the van. What were concentrating on is to get the van processed, Jones said. Then well all be getting together to review the investigation and to see where we go from here. A lack of rain that contributed to lower than normal water levels probably helped investigators spot the van, Jones said.