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    OR - Lane Co., Skeletal remains in woods, Mar'15 - Lloyd Flores Ruiz

    Remains were found while mushroom hunting. The skull and a femur and some other bones were all within a 10-foot radius.

    http://www.kval.com/news/local/human...295680921.html

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    The only person listing on the Lane County web site is Wendy DeHoop: http://www.lanecounty.org/Department...s/MPDeHoop.pdf

    There's also Noah Dewitt, but I'm not sure he's been missing long enough to be skeletal: https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/27770/2/

    Namus lists about 30 people missing from Eugene.
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    How come in almost every case I've seen in Oregon the people who find the bodies are mushroom hunting? I don't think I am ever going to go mushroom hunting, just to avoid finding a body.

    The sheriff's office asked that specific details regarding the location of the body not be revealed until the family can be notified.
    It sounds like the police know who it is, they also wrote that they don't believe foul play was involved. But then later on in the same article it sounds like they don't know who it is and they didn't find any clothing or shoes (Which could just mean that the body was there for a long time).

    I don't like the wording of this article.

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    Well, the guy who's being quoted isn't LE or any kind of professional, so who knows how accurate his observations are.
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    My boyfriend is from Oregon & mentioned it's a college town. Possibly related to that? Also honestly there are a lot of transients who pass through all of Oregon so it might just be a random person : (

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    Did anyone ever determine who this person was? I can't seem to find an updated article.
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    From March 2015:

    http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-no...ntified_1.html

    Lloyd Flores Ruiz was reported missing March 19, 2011, the day after he'd wandered off while camping with a friend in the Brice Creek area...

    He was 53 at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmaliLucia View Post
    How come in almost every case I've seen in Oregon the people who find the bodies are mushroom hunting? I don't think I am ever going to go mushroom hunting, just to avoid finding a body.



    It sounds like the police know who it is, they also wrote that they don't believe foul play was involved. But then later on in the same article it sounds like they don't know who it is and they didn't find any clothing or shoes (Which could just mean that the body was there for a long time).

    I don't like the wording of this article.
    If it makes you feel better, I hunt them every year. I've never found a body lol.
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    He's found two bodies?
    Unless I provide a link, every one of my posts are to be considered rumor, Speculation, or simply MY OWN OPINION.

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    The missing and murdered cannot cry out for Justice. It is the duty for the living to do so for them.

    I stand with Standing Rock!

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    OR - Lane Co., Skeletal remains in woods, Mar'15 - Lloyd Flores Ruiz

    Mushroom hunters, dog walkers, hunters, fisherpeople, and kids playing in the woods find a disproportionate number of bodies because they get off the main paths. Mushroom hunters get down low to the ground where they're more likely to see bones.

    Rest in piece, Mr. Ruiz.

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