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    FL - Leesburg, Skeletal remains near airport, Jan'07 - Landrith Parker

    The remains appear to be of an adult female, possibly in the late teens or twenties, with some dental work.

    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/new...skull_pel.html

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    Bones Found Turn Out To Be Elderly Man, Not Woman

    But closer examination, Thursday, showed it's the skull and pelvis of an elderly man that may have been out there for 15 years. The man's molars may tell the tale.

    http://www.wftv.com/news/10784344/detail.html

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    Man that made me sick to my stomach! I read the title only and it scared me so bad thinking it was trenton! I know its very possible he is passed on also but it just turns my stomach to think of another child killed.Hopefully with it being an elderly man there wont be foul play involved. I wonder if he was reported missing from anyone though?

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    From October 2007:

    http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/...xaminer-office

    In January, human bones were found under palmetto brush off U.S. Highway 441 near Leesburg International Airport.

    Two months later, the remains were identified as Landrith "Bud" Parker, who disappeared in March 1995. The 78-year-old man who had Alzheimer's disease had wandered away from his Leesburg-area home.



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