It's a site you can't even imagine stumbling upon. Human bones. This is exactly what was just found along this popular Idaho hiking trail.

The bones were found along Tubbs Hill in Coeur D'Alene. The local police department has confirmed they are human.

It's a finding that is of course extremely rare and definitely not common on Tubbs Hill.

So where did the bones come from? Experts are still trying to figure that out. Local historian, Robert Singletary says there is no evidence of Tubbs Hill being a Native American burial ground.

According to KTVB, the bones will now be sent to Seattle where they will be studies for DNA evidence and any injury to the bones that may lead investigators to a cause of death.

The one person that has come up in conversation that disappeared on Tubbs Hill back in October of 1986 is Deborah Swanson, but police say there is no evidence that points to the bones being that of the missing woman.

Whoever the bones belong to, I hope it puts some closure to someone's story. Some closure to a family who has wondered what happened to their loved one all these years.

We'll keep you posted on this story if and when additional information is released.