Five months after a New Hanover farmer discovered Natalie Marella's body near a cornfield, Montgomery County prosecutors say they're still unsure what happened to her.
An autopsy determined that Marella, a 26-year-old Ambler woman, died of a seizure disorder -- but she also sustained a serious head injury. Toxicology tests turned up "no significant findings," according to a press release from the District Attorney's Office.
Officials don't know if her death was homicide, medical, or accidental. The coroner declared the manner of death "undetermined."
Marella's body was found Aug. 29 in a hedgerow near a cornfield at 2471 Little Road in New Hanover.