Possible Human Remains Buried at 'Tiger King' Zoo Alligator Pit

Lawrence Kim
July 12, 2020

Police began searching Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, on Friday after two cadaver dogs found what could possibly be human remains, KOCO 5 reports.

According to ABC-affiliate station KOCO, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) and Garvin County Sheriff's Office responded to Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park (G.W. Zoo) on Friday to search for possible human remains.

According to reports, local police have reason to believe human remains are buried under an alligator pen at the controversial zoo - which is now owned by Jeff Lowe.

TMZ is reporting that human remains have been discovered at the Tiger King zoo. The cadaver dogs were initially brought in as part of a reality television show's taping, TMZ reports. Exotic, star of the wildly successful Netflix docu-series Tiger King, is now in prison for a murder-for-hire plot and surrendered some of his animals to the Wild Animal Sanctuary.

Meanwhile, a judge recently ruled that animal rights activist Carole should have ownership of the zoo following her own lengthy legal battle against Joe.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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