Sleeping with the fishes: Drying Lake Mead throws up more remains of MAFIA VICTIMS

A fifth set of human remains was found on Monday near a lake that has been affected by drought. These remains are suspected to be connected to the “Mafia murders” that have been taking place in the area. Many people are guessing about the identities of the deceased and the manner in which they met their end as a result of the discovery of many remains in Lake Mead in Nevada, which is rapidly drying up.

As the water level dropped to its lowest point in recorded history, the Swim Beach region was the scene of three grisly discoveries this year. It is currently being determined whether or not they belong to the same person by conducting investigations into both of them separately.

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Divers from the Las Vegas Police Department assisted park rangers from the National Park Service in constructing a perimeter and identifying the remains around 8:00 p.m. on Monday night. Since the month of May, there have been an additional two sets of skeletal remains found at the lake, in addition to the three fragmentary discoveries made at Swim Beach. This includes a person who was found partially buried in a barrel in a section of the lake bottom that had just been made accessible due to the water level dropping.

The bullet wound and the deceased’s personal possessions that were found within the drum lead investigators to assume that the victim was murdered with a firearm sometime in the 1980s.

Lieutenant Ray Spencer, who was working as a detective with the homicide unit at the time, made the following observation: “I would say there is a very strong likelihood that as the water level decreases, that we are going to locate further human remains.”

Just one week later, according to CNN, a second collection of skeletal remains was discovered close to Calville Bay in the lake. According to the results of the preliminary tests, it appears likely that they belonged to a guy sometime between the ages of 23 and 38. The cause of death has not been determined at this time.

The discovery have given rise to theories regarding cold cases dating back to the early days of Las Vegas, which is only a half an hour away. Some people have theorized that the lake may have been utilized by the Mafia in control at the time as a sort of floating graveyard for the disposal of their victims. The deceased, who was found dead and wrapped in a barrel, displayed all of the telltale symptoms of having been the victim of a mob hit.

Johnny Pappas worked for a front company for criminals that controlled four significant casinos and kept a “skim” of the proceeds, so the staff at the “Mob Museum” in Las Vegas believes that it’s him who is responsible for the murders. He had a boat on Lake Mead at the time of his disappearance in 1976, and it was during the night. It was believed that the infamous Mafia “enforcer” and serial hitman Tony Spilotro, who served as the model for Joe Pesci’s character in Martin Scorsese’s blockbuster crime movie “Casino,” was the one who killed him.

On the other hand, a number of local authorities believe that it is far more plausible that the victims were buried in the desert as opposed to being dumped in the lake, which may have alarmed visitors. According to Travis Heggie, a retired employee of the National Park Service who has inspected the remains at Lake Mead Recreation Area, “This is only the tip of the iceberg.” Travis Heggie investigated the remains at Lake Mead Recreation Area.

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