AR AR - Pulaski, BlkMale, 50-80, UP5156, found in shed, Jul'78

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  1. Coffee56

    Coffee56 Well-Known Member

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    NCMEC Number--
    ME/C Case Number221-78
    Demographics
    SexMale
    Race / EthnicityBlack / African American
    Possible First Name--
    Possible Middle Name--
    Possible Last Name--
    Possible Nickname--
    Estimated Age GroupAdult
    Estimated Age Range (Years)50-80
    Estimated Year of Death1978
    Estimated PMI--
    HeightCannot Estimate
    Weight150 lbs, Estimated
    Circumstances
    TypeUnidentified Deceased
    Date Body FoundJuly 13, 1978
    NamUs Case CreatedMay 1, 2009
    ME/C QA ReviewedMay 2, 2009
    Location Found Map
    LocationNorth Little Rock, Arkansas
    CountyPulaski County
    GPS Coordinates (Not Mapped)--
    Circumstances of RecoveryThis victim was found lying on some newspapers in a shed.
    Details of Recovery

    Inventory of RemainsAll parts recovered
    Condition of RemainsRecognizable face
    Physical Description
    Hair Color--
    Head Hair Description--
    Body Hair Description--
    Facial Hair Description--
    Left Eye Color--
    Right Eye Color--
    Eye Description--
    Distinctive Physical Features
    No Known Information

    Clothing and Accessories
    Item
    Description
    Jewelry
    1 silver colored watch and 1 gold colored ring with 1 diamond-like stone and several other areas where stones may have been at one time.
    On the Body

    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

    2835UMAR
     
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    Who's shed was he found in? He looks emaciated, as in malnourished as in a medically needy person, who was neglected long term. Someone had to have transported him there if so. Maybe he was homeless and his family unaware he did not have shelter. In 1978 that would seem odd. Society tended to keep an eye on their own back then. Poor guy.

    "The decedent was found lying on some newspapers in a shed in the vicinity of Tenth and Magnolia Streets."
     
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    The newspapers seem so purposeful. Why on top of them? Did someone collect them over time and just hadn’t burned them yet? Were the newspapers dated in 1978 as in did someone go buy a bunch just for this purpose? Did they have a burn barrel? That’s what you did back then, burned trash in a barrel. Hmmmm. This poor man.
     
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