More than 70 years ago, a couple left their home in the Swiss Alps to milk their cows. They were never seen again.
Last week, a melting glacier led to the discovery of two bodies near a ski lift on the Tsanfleuron glacier, by a worker for a resort company.
“The bodies were lying near each other. It was a man and a woman wearing clothing dating from the period of World War II,” Glacier 3000 director Bernhard Tschannen told local media, according to Reuters. “They were perfectly preserved in the glacier and their belongings were intact.”
Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin left their home in Switzerland’s Valais canton on Aug. 15, 1942, according to Reuters. They were heading to their cows on a meadow above, but never returned home. (Read more from “Glacier in Swiss Alps Melts, Revealing Couple Who Disappeared 70 Years Ago” HERE)