Sep 12 2018
03:17 pm

Not exactly but I'm going with it. Unfortunately the bear was euthanized.

The "scavenged" body of a man who went missing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park was found Wednesday afternoon near a since-euthanized bear that had human DNA on it, the National Park Service said.

Rangers found the body of William Lee Hill, Jr., 30, of Louisville, Tennessee Wednesday afternoon off Rich Mountain Road, about two miles north of Cades Cove.

Hill and a companion, Joshua Morgan, reportedly came to the park on Friday to hunt for ginseng, the National Park Service said. Harvesting ginseng is illegal in the park.


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