Disappearances at Fort de Tamié: bones discovered

Human bones were found a few weeks ago at the bottom of Fort de Tamié in Mercury, France.

This macabre discovery made by hunters in the rocky laces of the Fort reminds us of the case of the missing from Tamié.

Jean-Christophe Morin and Ahmed Hamadou both disappeared a year apart, at the exit of the Elements electronic music festival.

Jean-Christophe Morin, aged 22 at the time, went on the evening of September 9, 2011 to the electro festival at Fort de Tamié.

On the night of September 10, he was seen leaving the festival, visibly worried according to a witness.

His backpack was found a few days later on a slope of 200 meters near the Fort.

On September 8, 2012, Ahmed Hamadou, 45, went to the outskirts of the same festival with a friend, Yan Kersuzan, after a pub crawl in Albertville.

The two men had attracted the attention of event security guards because they were behaving aggressively. Police had been alerted, the two men had not been able to get inside the fort.

A little later, Ahmed Hamadou and his friend parted ways at the Tamié pass. Yan Kersuzan reappeared two weeks later, but Ahmed Hamadou could not be found. The car in which the duo was last seen was also not found by the police.

These two disappearances remain unclear. The bones were sent to the Criminal Research Institute of the National Gendarmerie in order to date these bones and possibly do DNA tests.


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