Four people found shot dead in a car in isolated Tennessee mountain resort
Four people have been found shot dead in a car near a former Tennessee mountain resort, US investigators have said.
State Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Kristin Helm said the vehicle was discovered near an abandoned guard shack at a resort community about 50 miles (80km) west of Knoxville.
The Renegade Mountain Resort was built in 1969 as part of a gated community. It had a lounge, restaurant, lodge and ski slope. But the lodge burned down in 2000.
The area is large, wooded and isolated, with 43 full-time residents.
Homeowners' association president John Moore said a resident found the bodies on the way to work. The car was about 100ft (30m) off a main road.
Mr Moore said the community's owners got rid of the controlled access in 2010.