REPORT: Actor’s body found decomposed, scavenged by animals in remote part of Oregon
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Disturbing new details have emerged about Charles Levin, the “Seinfeld” actor whose remains were found in a remote area of Oregon in July weeks after he was reported missing.
According to police documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Levin’s son reported him missing on June 28 after the 70-year-old actor called a friend to say he was lost near Cave Junction, Ore. On July 13, his body was found in a slope near the road where it had been partially consumed by what police believe to be turkey vultures. Authorities reportedly had to use a rope and pulley system to retrieve the remains.
The article goes on to state the following:
Levin, who was in the process of moving from one part of the state to another, is believed to have gotten lost on his way to his new home and accidentally succumbed to the elements after he was unable to find his way back.
The report states that authorities believe Levin tried to take the back roads home. His car was found damaged, with dents and a broken mirror, indicating it hit some trees. Levin apparently left the car to get help, then fell down a slope and died.
EXCLUSIVE: Seinfeld actor Charles Levin’s naked body was found 30ft down a steep slope and partially eaten by vultures https://t.co/3yXYdLeT0A
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