Body Found in Del Norte Believed to be Woman from Viral Missing Person’s Case

The recent discovery of a body in Del Norte County, along with a dead dog, is believed to be that of Courtney Bryan, who’s case has gone viral in the month since she went missing.

The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office said they found the bodies they believe to be Bryan and her dog “Booch” on Wednesday morning. The bodies were found in the 2004 maroon and pearl white Subaru Legacy that was registered to Bryan, which had driven off an embankment in an apparent car accident. Her positive identification is pending verification from the coroner.

The search for the 32-year-old woman went viral when she went missing in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, last heard from on September 23. Her sister, Katana Curven, posted videos about the case on TikTok, which went viral. She was last seen on an Instagram post at Hunt Hot Springs in the Big Bend area.

A sad ending to the story.

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