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The mystery of the Ohio filmmaker who went missing in the B.C. wilderness this summer was finally solved this weekend when his body was discovered in a pool of water by a waterfall, but officials may never know how he reached his untimely death.

Warren Andrew Sill, who set out into Seven Sisters Provincial Park to find and photograph the elusive B.C. spirit bear, was found dead on Saturday in the Gull Creek area, RCMP said Sunday.

At this stage, police believe Mr. Sill, 26, drowned and there was no foul play, but how he ended up in the water is still unclear, RCMP spokeswoman Constable Lesley Smith.

“I don’t think we’ll ever know exactly what happened…. We’re probably leaning more towards the fact that he probably lost his footing and fell, because he was still wearing his hiking boots when we did locate him,” she said.

In July, Mr…

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