LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas is being flooded with lore about organized crime after a second set of human remains emerged within a week from the depths of Lake Mead.
The drought-stricken Colorado River reservoir is just a 30-minute drive from the notoriously mob-founded Strip.
Former Mayor Oscar Goodman represented mob figures as a lawyer. He said Monday that there’s no telling what they’ll find in Lake Mead.
Two paddle boarders from Henderson found bones Saturday on a newly surfaced sand bar. A week earlier, boaters spotted the decomposed body of a man in a rusted barrel.
A University of Nevada, Las Vegas history professor says he'd bet that more bodies will be found as the lake level drops.