Melting Glaciers Reveal Couple Missing Since 1942

Melting glaciers in Switzerland led to the discovery of the bodies of a couple who had been missing since 1942.

 A ski-lift worker told Swiss newspaper Le Matin that the bodies were lying next to each other and wearing clothing from 40's. 

The couple, Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin, were 40 and 37 when they went missing, and had seven children. When their youngest daughter, now 79, learned her parents had finally been found she told reporters that she and her siblings had spent their “whole lives looking for them, without stopping.” 

She says she is now going to give her parents the funeral they deserve.

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