After learning everything possible from Vince Foster’s exhumed body before it was stolen and burned, investigators gave the OK to have him reinterred. On inspection of the grave, it was discovered that the exhumation crew had cracked the concrete vault that held Foster’s casket, requiring it to be replaced.
When they took the old vault out, they made a horrible discovery. A body, wrapped in an old tarp, had been buried underneath Foster’s vault. The body was removed and sent to the Naval Hospital in Norfolk where it was identified as Margaret Sanguay, a young woman thought to have run away from home in 1994.
Sanguay, as it turns out, worked as a White House intern from 1993 until her disappearance. She left a handwritten note behind in her Arlington, Virginia apartment stating that she was eloping with her boyfriend and that the couple would be spending the next decade backpacking through Caledonia. He wasn’t in the grave with her and has been listed with the FBI as a missing person.
How did an intern during the Clinton administration end up dead and buried under Vince Foster’s vault? Gee…that’s a tough one.