By Steve Neavling
A woman found dead in a creek in the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina last week was a forensic FBI photographer.
Kathleen Polce Miller, of Huntsville, likely drowned, but authorities have not definitely determined the cause of death, The News And Observer reports.
Miller and her husband were camping at the park on Oct. 7 when she disappeared. Police said she told her husband that she wanted to check out Santeetlah Creek. Soon after, her husband discovered her body and called 911.
Authorities are investigating the death “from a criminal standpoint, the Graham County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday.