CA CA - Marin County, WhtMale UP13884, 20-25, gold-framed glasses, Jan'76

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  1. Migmuu

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    UP#13884
    Found on January 15, 1976 in Marin County, CA

    DEMOGRAPHICS
    Age: 20 - 25 years old
    Race: Caucasian
    Se: Male
    Height and Weight: N/A
    Partial skeletal parts only

    CIRCUMSTANCES
    Found 01/15/1979 west of Bolinas, Marin County, CA
    Subject's skull was first discovered during an inspection of R.C.A property in Bolinas. It was initially thought to be Native American, but fillings were noticed in the teeth and the remains were reported to the Marin County Sheriff's Office.

    PHYSICAL
    Amalgam fillings in teeth

    CLOTHING/ACCESSORIES
    Portion of blue knit sleeve found attached to humerus
    Bottom of a deck shoe w/ fabric, shoe lace eyelets
    Gold-framed eyeglasses

    IDENTIFIERS
    Dentals: Available, will be entered later
    DNA: Available and entered
    Fingerprints: N/A (skeletal remains)
     
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    I think this could be James Egan, who disappeared from San Francisco on August 6, 1972.
    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/e/egan_james.html

    Age (18) is within two years
    Race (Caucasian) matches
    Wore gold wire-framed glasses
    Timing (a little under 3 1/2 years between Date LKA and UID’s discovery) is consistent
    Distance (about 30 miles between Bolinas and San Francisco) works very well
    Circumstances also line up; Egan was in San Francisco when he talked to his parents over his phone to say he’d be hitchhiking to Denver, CO fairly soon to catch a flight back home in Wisconsin. He never arrived and there’s no evidence he ever even made it to Denver.

    The only negative I can see is that Egan had a deformity on one hand from an accident, but 1) we don’t know how obvious this deformity was and whether it’d be noted during an autopsy, and 2) not all of the UID’s bones were recovered.
     

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