A second set of human remains have been discovered at Lake Mead reservoir over the weekend, days after a man’s body was found in a barrel exposed by a drought.
Lindsey and Lynette Melvin reportedly found the skeletal remains at Callville Bay within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Nevada around 2 p.m. Saturday, KTNV reported.
Photos of the grisly discovery show a skull, complete with teeth, nestled into the dirt and sand near the lake’s shore. Other bones are seen sticking out of the sand at various angles.
It is not known if the remains were uncovered because of the receding waters.
But police warned that more bodies could turn up after a man’s remains were found in a metal barrel last week that was exposed amid an ongoing drought.
The water level of Lake Mead has dropped so…
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