Skull Found at Washington Member-Owned Resort
A human skull had been found at an RV park in Washington, local police said Sunday (Jan. 3).
The skull was discovered Saturday at the well-known Lake Merwin Campers Hideaway campgrounds in Amboy, according to thaindian.com.
Authorities do not believe that foul play was involved or that this is a homicide case. The most likely cause of death would be drowning in the nearby Lake Merwin or by slipping along its rocky shore, according to Clark Counry Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Steve Shea.
Shea believes that the skull had been at the campground for an extended period of time.
The Clark County 911 Dispatch Center was notified of the find early Saturday by a resident of the campground.
Lake Merwin Camper’s Hideaway is a 588-acre member-owned campground which leases space to people who own recreational vehicles and provides moorage for up to 56 boats and watercraft. A small private beach is also available for swimming.
Investigators from the sheriff’s office will return to the Amboy campground later this week to thorougly search for additional bones.