I tried to recreate Carl's template for this UID, who is not yet listed on the Doe Network. NamUs UP # 2510 https://identifyus.org/en/cases/2510 Unidentified White Male Found on October 8, 1978, in Hinkley, San Bernardino County, California Vital Stats Age: 12-30 Height: 5'5" (65 inches, "measured") Weight: 135 lbs. ("measured") Hair: Blonde/strawberry, shoulder length Eye Color: Unknown Clothing * No clothing aside from a corroded piece of metal described as a "possible belt buckle" inscribed with the name "DON" Circumstances Exactly two words: "shallow grave" Body Condition: Decomposing/putrefaction Identifiers: Fingerprints: Not available Dentals: Available DNA: Sample submitted - Tests complete ---------------------- That's definitely a belt buckle. Here's an identical one for sale on Amazon, also inscribed with "DON" although these vintage buckles can be found with many male first names. The site says it's a brass-colored pewter buckle made by Oden Inc. I emailed this link to the NamUs Regional Administrator. Amazon.com: Retro Personalized DON Pewter Belt Buckle by Oden: Everything Else Every listing for these buckles describes them as being made in the Seventies, and the UID was thought to have died "months" before. His clothing and the belt itself had apparently all disintegrated (unless there was so little of it left it was indistinguishable and this wasn't mentioned in NamUs) and even that large chunk of metal was badly corroded. There are no missing Donalds or Donovans in NamUs or Charley Project who even remotely fit the age, height and hair color description. Hinkley is an unincorporated town in the Mojave Desert. Could "Don Doe" be a victim of William Floyd Zamastil, who had killed and left other young victims in the desert in early 1978?