|Body parts found near elder Bush's property
The Charleston Gazette September 15 2003
KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine - A woman walking along a beach about a mile from former President Bush's summer home Sunday found what appeared to be body parts on the shore, police said.
The state medical examiner will inspect the items, which include at least one bone and what appeared to be internal organs, said Stephen McCausland, spokesman for the state Public Safety Department. He said it wasn't immediately known if they were human.
Kennebunkport police contacted the state medical examiner's office after the discovery.
The area where the parts were found - a rocky stretch of shore known as Colony Beach - is about a mile from the Bush compound, said Sgt. Chris Simeoni of the Kennebunkport police.