Tag: John Doe

Marshall County John Doe

DISCOVERY: On the morning of April 15, 1997, a 17-year-old fisherman was fishing in a rural area in Marshall County, Alabama, northwest of Arab in a creek off Eagle Rock Drive. Whilst there, he discovered a headless body, with its legs bound together at the ankles with rope and wire ties. Air fresheners were found

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Sam Doe

*UPDATE: The RCMP have identified Sam Doe as 25-year-old Gordon Edwin Sanderson of Edmonton, Alberta.* *This article refers to the John Doe commonly known as Septic Tank Sam. In respect for the victim, it will refer to him as Sam Doe.* DISCOVERY: On April 13, 1977, Charlie and Mavis McLeod of Tofield, Alberta were looking

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Keene Creek Boy

*UPDATE: The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has identified Keene Creek Boy as Stevie Crawford of New Mexico.* DISCOVERY: On the evening of July 11, 1963, a Rogue River man by the name of Roy Rogers was fishing with his wife and two co-workers in the Keene Creek Reservoir along Highway 66 in the mountains east

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Seat Pleasant John Doe (2007)

DISCOVERY: On January 30, 2007, the remains of a young man were located in a wooded area toward the rear of Joplin Street in Seat Pleasant, Prince George’s County, Maryland. The site is said to have been near an unnamed residence. AUTOPSY: Upon the body being brought in for examination, it was determined the deceased

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Mostly Harmless

*UPDATE: The Collier County Sheriff’s Office has announced that Mostly Harmless is a Louisiana man by the name of Vance Rodriguez.* DISCOVERY: On July 23, 2018, two male hikers decided to stop at a communal picnic table at Noble’s Campsite in Big Cypress National Preserve in Ochopee, Collier County, South Florida. The time was approximately

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