A man whose body was found in the Alaskan wilderness in 1972, dubbed “the most beautiful corpse” in the world, has become the most popular tourist attraction in the Pacific Northwest.
Photo: AP “It’s like I’m the Titanic.
I’m going to take this one in the bottom of the ocean,” said Tom Mascarenhas, a veteran Seattleite who owns The Mascarene in a residential neighbourhood.
“I want people to come and see the man who had a whole life before this.”
The name “Jack” comes from the legend of a man who lost his life on a raft in the North Sea in 1572 and then returned to find the bodies of his crew.
“We’re going to put it out there,” Mr Mascares said.
Mr Moulton said it was “a great honour” to be able to help with the restoration.
“It’ll be a long time before it’s the same, but I’ve been blessed with some great support,” he said.
A woman and a child in the living room of his family home on Monday, March 15, 2017, in Seattle, Washington.
Photo by Jeff Chiu/The Washington Post The Moultons first saw Mr Mascal’s body when he was a boy.
“He was on the boat,” Mr Matresons said.
“You don’t know where he is until you see it.”
Mr Matrosons said he had no idea Mr Mascar’s body had been found for two years.
He said his family was shocked by the discovery.
“There was a lot of excitement and I was just thinking about it like a kid,” he told ABC News.
“A lot of people thought it was just some old man’s body.”
Mr Mavalas son, Robert, said the family did not know where the body was until his father died in 2007.
“When we found out, I was shocked,” he recalled.
“They’re very respectful,” he added. “
“People have really been there for us, and they’re not trying to take it too personally.” “
They’re very respectful,” he added.
“People have really been there for us, and they’re not trying to take it too personally.”
“They just think he’s a good guy and they want to help him out.”
Mr Robert Mascaras said his father’s life was “not like that” when he died, and his family had been trying to find a memorial to honour him since.
“The story of him is a very sad story,” he continued.
Mr Bobes said the restoration process was a long and arduous one, but he had “very positive things to say”. “
So, he’s very much an inspiration to us, not just me but everybody who knew him.”
Mr Bobes said the restoration process was a long and arduous one, but he had “very positive things to say”.
“The whole community is really supportive,” he explained.
“Everyone who has come out and seen it, we’re all very happy.
We’ve all come here for the same reason, to see it, to hear it, and to be with the family.”
A woman is escorted by police in front of the former “Jack Mascarelas” statue at The Maintanness Resort in Alaskas capital, Seattle, on Monday March 15.
Photo/Jeff Chiu The restoration team is planning to paint over the old statue with a paint of the same colour as the water.
The restoration is expected to take two years, and will cost $2 million.
“That’s the amount that we’re paying for the statue itself,” Mr Mascaras said.
But he added that it was unlikely the work would be completed in time for the spring Olympics.
Mr Matronas said the project was also part of the theme park’s commitment to restoring the environment.
“If we’re going on the Olympics and we’re losing people, we want to make sure we’re helping them out, and we want them to have the best chance of survival,” he noted.