The search picks back up today for a hunter missing in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Whitley County.
Family members of Norman Harp set up camp overnight near the search site so they can get an early start.
Harp went missing three days ago after separating from a fellow hunter. Searchers continue calling this a search and rescue mission not a recovery mission. They say while searching they found candy wrappers, insulin packs, and a diet Pepsi bottle, which they say point to Harp still being alive and moving around.
Harp is diabetic and has trouble seeing and hearing. His family is worried he may go into a diabetic coma.
The search resumed at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Stay tuned to 27 NEWSFIRST for the latest on this search.