Naked, Charred Woman Found On Secluded NYC Beach

By Amir Khan on January 7, 2013 9:53 AM EST

Marine Park
Marine Park's Saltmarsh Nature Center, near where the body was found (Photo: Creative Commons)

A naked, charred woman found on a secluded NYC beach in Brooklyn is something of a mystery to police. A 911 caller discovered the woman at approximately 7:15 a.m. on Sunday morning in the Marine Park section of Brooklyn. The naked, charred woman was found in a sandy clearing, and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The naked, charred woman found on the secluded NYC beach was not carrying any identification, and police are working to try and identify her. Her body was near the water and close to a footpath, thoughit was covered by thick brush, according to the NY Post.

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Parts of the naked woman were burnt, but police have not yet been able to determine if foul play was involved. It also did not appear as though the woman had been dead for long, according to the Daily Mail.

The area of Brooklyn where the naked, charred woman was found was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, but police said the storm was likely not a factor in the death of the woman, as she appears to have died recently.

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