This past summer, human bone fragments were found during the construction of the Kanc8 at Loon Mountain. Law officials originally feared that these human remains could be from recently, in particular the 2004 disappearance of Maura Murray. According to WMUR, turns out these bone fragments are likely hundreds of years old! Investigators found that there’s a 95.4% chance they are from 1774-1942, and it’s 68.2% likely that they were from 1718-1893. This means the human died long before Loon Mountain opened in 1966. A quick video of the findings from WMUR is below.
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