Seinfeld actor Charles Levin’s dead body was discovered ‘partially eaten by vultures’

Body of Seinfeld actor Charles Levin eaten by vultures

Body of Seinfeld actor Charles Levin eaten by vultures

His body eventually had to be identified using dental records.

Fox News reported that Levin was reported missing by his son on June 28 after the actor called a friend to say he was lost near Cave Junction in Oregon.

On July 12, a search and rescue operation was undertaken in a remote area following an emergency mobile ping. According to police reports, Levin was deceased days before he was found. His dead body was later discovered at the bottom of a 30-foot ravine and it is believed he was trying to get back home by way of back roads when he fell down the slope and died.

As per latest reports on the Seinfeld star Charles Levin, the actor who fell to death in OR was found partially eaten by the vultures in Grants Pass. The reports that were obtained by Daily Mail also state that there were signs of animal scavenging like activity on the actor Charles Levin's dead body. Both Levin's body and his auto were in an "incredibly remote" area, Grants Pass police said in July.

"It's easy to get lost, and Global Positioning System doesn't work", the local said. The local man who discovered the body reported that his Fiat was pretty banged up, and was off a logging trail. "No way. I think he might have made a few bad decisions".

The badly decomposed body of television actor Charles Levin was found at the bottom of a remote hill in OR, according to police documents obtained by NBC News. "It wasn't very clear what he was saying, but he did seem to sound confused and lost", Jesse Levin said at the time. He also starred in "The Golden Girls", "Family Ties", "The Twilight Zone", "Night Court", "Doogie Howser", "This Is Spinal Tap" and "Law and Order".

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