Tag: John Doe

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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Philadelphia John Doe (1989)

DISCOVERY: John Doe’s remains were located along Cobb Creek Parkway in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1989. The area is just south of Springfield Avenue. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed upon John Doe’s body being brought in for examination, where it was determined he had died approximately two days prior. Aside from saying

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Brunswick County John Doe (1977)

DISCOVERY: John Doe was discovered on May 13, 1977 after a wildlife officer found the burlap sac he’d been wrapped in snagged on the banks of the Brunswick River, just south of the US Route 74 and US Route 76 bridge, in Leland, Brunswick County, North Carolina. From the looks of it, his body hadn’t

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