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Shady Rest Park - Isabel Sanchez Bernal crime scene
California

WARNING!: Description below may be disturbing to some readers.

 

Looking at the baseball fields at Shady Rest Park in Mammoth Lakes, California.  The area has plenty of hiking opportunities.  Very near the area is the Old & New Shady Rest Campground w/ the hillsides leading towards the top of Mammoth Knolls. 

 

On May 25, 2003, a hiker w/ his dog stumbled upon a human skull & later in the week more human remains of a female were found burned on the ridgeline about 1,000 feet above Mammoth Lake on Mammoth Knolls.  She had likely died 6-9 months prior w/ snow preventing an earlier discovery.  It was determined that she was a homicide victim of stabbing & isotopic analysis determined she was from Mexico & of Zapotic Indian descent, even pinpointing down to two villages in Southern Mexico where she was from.  Despite a couple visits to gather DNA from the two villages, she could not be identified.  However in August 2021, a DNA match using genetic genealogy identified her as Isabel Sanchez Bernal from Puebla, Mexico.  Very quickly afterwards the arrest of Diego Santiago Hernandez-Antonia, age 47, was made in connection to her murder, thus ending an 18-year mystery.

Copyright: William L
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Taken: 24/04/2022
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Tags: shady rest park; mammoth lakes; california; sierra nevada; baseball fields; sports park; isabel sanchez bernal; crime scene; mystery; homicide; dna; solved; murder; mammoth knolls; genetic genealogy
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