Possible Human Remains Found Near Colorado Campground
Human Remains Found in Colorado
The discovery of the possible human remains was reported to authorities on Monday, April 25th by a concerned party that was spending time near the campground at which the remains were found.
It was reported that the concerned party stumbled upon bones that appeared to be human in nature and that someone most likely tried to burn them as they were found mixed with ashes.
Location of Human Remains Found in Colorado
The possible human remains were found on the side of the road in Saguache County near the town of Crestone.
Crestone is located in an area that is between Salida and Pueblo to the north, and Alamosa and Walsenburg to the south:
The possible human remains were discovered near the North Crestone Creek Campground close to the Forest Service gate to the campground:
Are the Remains Found in Colorado Actually Human?
Finding what you believe to be human remains must really make a person sick to their stomach, and with several parties analyzing the bones agreeing that they do appear human, the sinking stomach was apparently not in vain.
In fact, deputies at the Saguache County Sheriff's Office, the coroner, and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation have all said that they believe the bones to be of human origin.
Despite authorities reporting that the bones are most likely human, they have said that they do not believe that they belong to either Suzanne Morphew or Kristal Reisinger, two women that are currently listed as missing in Colorado.
The investigation is currently ongoing.