TULSA - Remains found in Latimer County, Oklahoma may be those of a Eufaula family missing for more than four years.
Bobby Jamison, 44, his wife Sherrilyn, 44 and their daughter Madyson, 6, had planned to buy some land in the Sans Bois Mountains in Latimer County, and had traveled there in October, 2009.
About two weeks later, hunters stumbled across the family's pickup truck in a remote area.
Inside, they found a small black and white dog, nearly starved to death, and some $32,000 in cash, along with his wallet, her purse, a cellphone, and a GPS unit.
Saturday, Nov. 16 about 5:00 p.m., another group of hunters came across skeletal human remains just a few miles from where the pickup was found in 2009.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says the remains are those of two adults and one child, but they have not positively identified them as those of the Jamisons.
The Latimer County Sheriff's Office, Haskell County Sheriff's Office, the FBI and the State Medical Examiner's office have also assisted in the investigation.
The discovery may end years of speculation about the fate of the family.
A pastor told investigators when they disappeared the family had told him they were battling demons and ghosts.