The Washington County sheriff`s office believes a group of people playing paintball over the Labor Day weekend stumbled upon the remains of a man who went missing from West Fork. Police said they believe the skelaton belongs to a man who took a walk from his hotel four or five years ago and died. He had no identification on him, but the remains found Sunday match the body`s description. The paintball players found the remains buried with the skull exposed. Floods in the area earlier this year may have shifted the terrain enough to unearth part of the body.