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  • Mystery unsolved -- and that's a good thing

    Mystery unsolved -- and that's a good thing

    The recent discovery that bones found in the Southwest did not belong to the long-lost poet-wanderer Everett Ruess keeps one more evocative Western mystery alive.

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