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Identified! AZ - Coconino County, Human remains found, Nov'11 - James Waibel

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  1. Wanting2Help

    Wanting2Help New Member

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    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Coconino County authorities are trying to identify human remains that were found Sunday in the Blue Ridge area.

    Coconino County Sheriff's Office spokesman Gerry Blair said hunters located a skull off of Forest Service Road 142D by Clear Creek Canyon and Bear Canyon on Good Enough Ridge.

    According to the Coconino County Medical Examiner’s Office, the skull is most likely that of a white or Hispanic male between 40 and 80 years old.

    Sheriff's detectives are attempting to locate additional skeletal remains that will assist in identifying this individual.

    The mode and manner of death have not been determined.

    Anyone who locates what they believe to be skeletal remains or other human body parts is asked to call the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office.
     
  2. Sleuthster

    Sleuthster Well-Known Member

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    Is that part of the grand canyon?
     
  3. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    It doesn't appear to be. There's a Blue Ridge Campground in Coconino County that is southeast of Flagstaff, and about 150 miles from Grand Canyon Village
     
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    Thanks, there is a clear creek trail in Grand Canyon maybe its different.
     
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    I sent Robert Beich's namus and websleuths links to the Sheriff of Coconino County for a possible match. Told him I dont know how long the skull has been out there but it is a possibility because Bobby was headed to that area to commit suicide by jumping into a canyon. BTW, I looked up the location they found the skull on google earth and it is on a mountain ridge right next to a cliff overlooking a big canyon.
     
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    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Thanks
     
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    I tell ya, Ive got a gut feeling. Been thinking that Bobby was alive and out there living the playboy life all this time but my stomach sunk when I saw this UID. Hope Im wrong.
     
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    Received an email back from Coconino County Sheriff's Office advising that they would turn this info over to the detectives working the case as well as their coldcase unit.
     
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    Robert Beich has been ruled out

    Here is the email I received;

    Thanks for you inquiry. We can eliminate Beich as this skeleton has only been out in the elements for an estimated 6 to 12 months as evidence by the presence of some soft tissue. Thanks again for your interest.
     
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    OK so who else do we have with this new info?
     
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    There are only 4 listed in Namus between those ages but none show missing at least 6 months. They are from September & October.
     
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    Bobby Sanders would be ruled out too on the info they gave me, he disappeared in 2008.
     
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    I wasn't sure about that because it says his family hasn't seen him since 2008 but it list September 07, 2011 as date LKA.
     
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    New article from 12/5


    BBM

    Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/artic...-ridge-human-remains-found.html#ixzz1flHikM6R
     
  20. Cazzie

    Cazzie This is love

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    SBM.

    I just read that on your previous post of the link.

    That would seem to be pretty unique identifying information and very useful if the person has been been reported missing, or there's enough publicity (media) or investigation.

    Not an expert, but wouldn't this be quite an outdated medical procedure, similar to lobotomies? Or is this procedure recently or currently done?

    I feel sad for this person. :rose:
     

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