Prospector's Bones Found in Rugged Superstitions
Prospector's Bones Found In Rusrsred Superstitions Mute evidence that Final's grint ed within a short distance of the and across the ^ pomT^vhere pomi wnere and foreboding Superstition Moun-, man while engaged in the futile taint had lured another prospector hunt. victim to death with the promise of riches from the fabulous Lost or ...,„_ _ n ^ Dutchman mine, appeared in Flor- ° ount «^ f ± rnce Monday as Sheriff Lynn Ear- ^Tad b JnTf, 1v r»t,, ra ^ „,!»», tK» w «. _» " 6 na ° Deen letl Final county undersheriff Travis „._,,._.. , Wa11 recalled that the search for Cravey became the first prospect- p™^' marked the sixth time he or to enter the Superstitions by , *°" e into the Superstitions helicopter and the 20th to die in . 8earch ot lost gold-hunters dur- s.-arching for the Lost Dutchman] m f the Iast ten years, after he had been dropped among, ," If people would only tell us the rugged peaks last June. A pocketbook. found near a skeleton skeleton and articles of clothing seat- Cravey's skeleton was found six 1y returned with the bones of J.-imes A. Crayey. retired Phoenix photographer. where they intend to locate be- Trtro Antnt.I«» tL_ n Llt.1 entering the Superstitions urr\nlf4 U« « _1 _* ft 11 would be a chance of finding tcrc^d over an Isolated hillside by' them wl ""> they fail to appear." Cspt. R F. Perrin and Lt. Comdr. Wall said. '