DISCOVERY: On April 3, 1978, a man working in a field underneath FM 2113 in Hewitt, McLennan County, Texas discovered the decomposing remains of an unidentified male in a concrete drainage culvert. The vacant field was located near the intersection of Spring Valley Road and South Haven Drive, east of Hewitt Drive. AUTOPSY: An autopsy
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DISCOVERY: Starting on April 22, 1973 and continuing over the course of several days, the dismembered remains of a deceased male were found in green trash and white paper bags scattered across Wilmington, Los Angeles County, California. His torso was discovered at Alameda Street and Henry Ford Avenue, his right leg on the Terminal Island Freeway
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
*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
*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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