THE remains of a WWII pilot have been discovered in a tree more than 70 after he crashed and died while flying a mission in Germany during the war.
The bones of William J. Gray Jr. were found embedded in tree roots in Lindau, a quiet town on the southeast border of country, by investigators.
1st Lieutenant William Gray Jr. died carrying out a dive bombing mission in 1945, he was just 21-years-old[/caption]
The first lieutenant’s remains were flown back to his family in Seattle,…