Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Ice man cometh ...

A pair of hikers were climbing Mount Mendel Glacier in California's Sequoia National Park when they made a gruesome discovery believed to be linked to a World War II plane crash.

"It was a plane crash back in 1942 that wasn't discovered until 1947. Now, hikers made a frozen discovery in connection with a World War II plane crash. Hikers found the frozen body of an airman while scaling Mount Mendel Glacier in the Sequoia National Park. Now, the military is working to find out who this airman is and whether he was ever reported missing. It's believed the airman has been frozen in the glacier for decades until a pair of climbers got much more than ever imagined on a hike. Two glacier climbers, 13,000 feet above the national park floor on Mount Mendel, made the incredible discovery."



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