Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Teens Missing for 40 Years Found in Lake....Oklahoma


Six bodies have been discovered at the bottom of a lake by police in Oklahoma as they were testing new sonar tools, reopening missing persons cases more than 40 years old.

The remains of six people have been discovered in two cars that had sat rusting for more than 40 years at the bottom of an Oklahoma lake, after police officers tried out their new sonar equipment.
Three teenagers, who were last seen in November 1970, are believed to have been found in one car, while the other is thought to contain three men who disappeared separately almost a decade earlier.
Their “cold cases” have been re-opened after the mud-caked cars, Chevrolets from the 1950s and 60s, were pulled from Foss Lake, a vast man-made reservoir near Elk City, in rural western Oklahoma.


  1. Anonymous12:16:00 PM

    I could accept one car as missing as an accident, but not two cars ,both with skeletal remains-come on! if they look hard enough inside those grisly cars, they are going to come up with spent bullets-I would guess from a hand gun-that means a serial killer is either in their grave yard , locked up in a prison or still living amongst the people

  2. That is as good a theory as any so far. It seems too weird to be a coincidence. The cars were side by side, right side up and it appeared that the occupants made no effort to escape


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