2 long-dead men found in northern Michigan tent

People who were looking for deer antlers found the bodies of two long-dead men in a tent in the northern Lower Peninsula.
AP Wire
May 2, 2014

The bodies were found Wednesday night in Antrim County's Custer Township, near Mancelona.

Antrim County Sheriff Dan Bean said it is unknown if either man had wounds or trauma. Autopsies are planned Friday at Spectrum Health Blodgett Hospital in Grand Rapids.

Bean said the men's clothing was tattered and was decomposing after one of Michigan's coldest and snowiest winters ever. He said the tent didn't have a heater.

The sheriff said there are no missing people cases in the county that match the men.



I am guessing camp stove gases killed them, who are they that nobody would miss them and report they were going hunting or camping and never returned?


The report stated there was no camp stove, which includes heater I guess.


Holy cow people what article are you reading. It did not state "there was no camp stove". It says "the tent didn't have a heater".


I'm A.D.D.

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