A box containing the cremains of James William Hodge showed up in a Wyoming cemetery 25 years after his death, but nobody knows how.
Dema Gilbert, Pine Bluff's town clerk for 25 years, said the community would love to find out how Hodge's remains found their way to the town.
"I guess we’re kind of at a dead end," said Gilbert, who will be retiring Jan. 4 after 25 years, with tongue stuck firmly in her cheek. "Actually, it's kind of sad that maybe somewhere he has family that might want his ashes back." [Link]