'Deadliest Catch': Jake Anderson's missing father Keith Anderson's remains found


On Tuesday's (July 3) episode of Discovery's crab-fishing reality series "Deadliest Catch," newlywed F/V Northwestern deckhand Jake Anderson drives into a forested area in Skagit County, Wash., to the place where his father's 1999 Ford Ranger truck had been found on a logging road shortly after he disappeared in 2010.Keith A. Anderson, a former Marine and high-school guidance counselor, took a trip to Snohomish County in January of that year, but never returned. Later reports indicated that he was intending to purchase OxyContin in a town about 100 miles away from where he lived in Anacortes, Wash.Blood was found in the elder Anderson's truck, but it was not until very recently that bones found by a hiker were identified as the missing man, as reported by KOMO-TV. The account stated that the hiker told authorities about finding the remains, and then sheriff's deputies used cadaver dogs to locate additional remains, allowing the King County Medical...



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