Remains Of Camp Lejeune Marine Identified

Federal and local authorities say remains found in Pender County last week belong to a missing Camp Lejeune Marine.

Corporal Stanley Bosley, who is a Native Navajo Indian, left Camp Lejeune in his car in February 2004 and was never seen again.

Bosley's car was found shortly after he disappeared in Hampstead.

Authorities say hunters stumbled upon a skeleton near where Bosley's car was found, and tests have confirmed they are that of Corporal Bosley.

It's not clear how he died but authorities don't suspect any foul play.

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  • by John Location: Leland, N.C. on Dec 13, 2009 at 08:43 PM
    I am sure people across the globe have heard about the skeletal remains found by the hunter in Hampstead, N.C. Well, believe it or not the guy that just happened to stumble upon those remains is my twin brother chris. He did not want to be interviewed or utter a word about it which I do not fault him for. I would be skeered outta my pants to have been the one to walk up on goes to say..when it comes to your front steps, how would you feel?

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