Tag: John Doe

Mount Baldy John Doe

DISCOVERY: On March 28, 1979, the decapitated remains of an unidentified male were located in Mount Baldy, Los Angeles County, California. The remains, which had begun to decompose and were partially skeletal, were found approximately 425′ down a ravine on Glendora Ridge Road, near mile marker 10.74. Nearly two months later, on May 22, 1979,

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Woodbury John Doe

DISCOVERY: On May 3, 1998, volunteers with the Ramapo College chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club were cleaning up the parking area of the Long Mountain rest stop in Bear Mountain State Park, located in Woodbury, Orange County, New York. The rest stop, which is located on US Route 6, is a rest area often frequented

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Volusia County John Doe (1972)

DISCOVERY: On May 7, 1972, two motorcyclists discovered the body of an unidentified male in Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Reports vary as to the actual location of the body, with some stating he was found in a pond just off Indian Lake Road, while others say he was located on land near the pond.

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Eatonton John Doe (1978)

DISCOVERY: On June 10, 1978, the body of a deceased young male was found within a train car carrying coal in Eatonton, Putnam County, Georgia. The discovery was made whilst the train was stopped at the Georgia Power Plant, located just southeast the city. AUTOPSY: Upon John Doe’s body being brought in for examination, it

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Bexar County John Doe (1987)

DISCOVERY: On July 1, 1987, numerous motorists driving down a roadway in southwest San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas noticed the burnt body of an unidentified male. The deceased was located approximately seven feet away from the road and was visible to those driving past the area. AUTOPSY: Upon the remains being brought in for examination,

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