The frozen remains of three brothers who went missing 86 years ago in the Swiss Alps have been discovered by two British climbers. The pair stumbled across the siblings’ skulls, bones, boots, climbing equipment, binoculars and a leather purse containing nine Swiss Francs while in the Valais region of Switzerland.
Forensic investigators later revealed the skeletons were those of the three Ebener brothers and their guide who walked up into the mountains in 1926 and never came down.
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