CA CA - San Mateo Co., WhtMale 773UMCA, 19-25, female clothing, Nov'83

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  1. Nancy Drew RN

    Nancy Drew RN Well-Known Member

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    Alternative images provided with a more female presentation:

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  2. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Amazing what a difference a little makeup makes.
     
  3. KaylaraOwl

    KaylaraOwl Well-Known Member

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    Shared the new recons on Twitter. Hope someone recognizes them.
     
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  4. Al Ka

    Al Ka Well-Known Member

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    Just adding jewelry and articles again, but as screenshots for easier viewing. (Click on image to enlarge)

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    Link to his NamUs case - Unidentified Person Case
     
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  5. leilarose68

    leilarose68 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for taking the time to post these! I haven't read that article before
     
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  6. Al Ka

    Al Ka Well-Known Member

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    Just adding DNA Doe Project announcement from 30th Jan:
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    The DNA Doe Project has accepted the case of Pillar Point Doe (PPD), which is funded by the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. Pillar Point Doe’s DNA arrived at the lab on 29 January 2019, so hopefully it won’t be long before this case is ready for analysis by our volunteers.

    Who was Pillar Point Doe
    On the morning of 26 November 1983, a deceased individual was found on Lower Pillar Point/Ocean Beach in Half Moon Bay, California. They were identified as male wearing women’s clothing, including a bra with foam breast forms. The deceased had been stabbed, beaten, and strangled hours prior to being discovered.

    NamUs: UP10528
    Date: Found November 26, 1983
    Race: White / Caucasian
    Sex: Male
    Age: 19-25
    PMI: Hours
    Location: Princeton Harbor, San Mateo County, California

    Anyone who believes they have relevant information on this case should contact authorities directly:
    San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office
    Jesse Myers, Detective, Investigations Bureau
    650-363-4050
    https://www.smcsheriff.com

    Links to More Information
    https://coroner.smcgov.org/john-doe-83-26-case-83-1063
    https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/10528/
    https://www.namus.gov/…/U…/Cases/10528/Images/34375/Original UNT Forensic Services Unit
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/773umca.html The Doe Network
    http://dnadoeproject.org/project/

    Thank you to the San Mateo Coroner’s Office for Pillar Point Doe's facial approximation image.

    Special thanks to the Trans Doe Task Force for their tireless work on behalf of Does and the DDP. The Trans Doe Task Force is an independent grassroots effort created to help the DNA Doe Project. For more information on the TDTF, please like their facebook page, and be sure to check out their website as well: http://transdoetaskforce.org/
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    Direct link to the announcement - DNA Doe Project
     
  7. LanadelNay

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    I am so incredibly excited that this case was selected by the DDP. :D
     
  8. aThousandYearsWide

    aThousandYearsWide Well-Known Member

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    I always thought the NCMEC recon looked like Larry Williams who is missing from Long Beach, CA in 1975 at age 15.
    767DMCA - Larry Dean Williams

    Larry did have a chipped tooth and a hernia scar though. But they do favor each other.
     
  9. Mrs. Badcrumble

    Mrs. Badcrumble The North remembers

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    "This just in from the DNA Doe Project: Pillar Point/San Mateo Doe’s DNA sample has passed quality control at the lab and is heading to sequencing! This is the final stage before the file can be uploaded and their forensic genealogy team can begin working. This is amazing! ❤️ We are still working on our article on this case, but want to go ahead and share these alternate images showing different possible presentations of this Doe, created in FaceApp from the coroner’s drawing. Since we do not know if this Doe was male identified and crossdressing, or female identified and trans, we will be using singular they/them pronouns or avoiding pronouns."

    Trans Doe Task Force
     

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    madamx Well-Known Member

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    THAT is Great News!
     
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  11. madamx

    madamx Well-Known Member

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    I posted him at the beginning of the thread. But I never posted his phot. He was last seen in San Francisco in 1983. When exactly I don't know. I have not found any other info.
    Anyway I saw the recent sketches and wanted to post his photo along w the sketches. He stats line up and sort of looks like the most recent sketches. I wonder if it's James?
     

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  12. Mrs. Badcrumble

    Mrs. Badcrumble The North remembers

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    Time will (hopefully) tell.
     
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  13. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    James is the closest resemblance I've seen.
     
  14. Liv27

    Liv27 Well-Known Member

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    I agree! James is really close to the sketch. Hopefully the PPD will be identified soon since DDP took them on.
     
  15. Al Ka

    Al Ka Well-Known Member

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    This article came out about two days ago and I thought straight away about this John Doe.

    It is renewed police appeal and 100 K reward to catch Serial Killer, called Doodler who was murdering around '74-75 around Ocean Beach of San Francisco. He draw sketches of his victims prior to their death, hence the Doodler nick name. All victims were white gay males and were viciously stabbed. One of the victims is described as female impersonator, which I think might be polite way of saying cross dresser.

    He killed 5 men but police suspect up to 14 victims. They suspect he lived in Bay area and was coming to San Francisco to party on weekends.
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    Murder of John Doe happend 8 years after the fact but that he was found viciously stabbed too and then also in Ocean Beach area (even though 30 miles away from San Fran., it is still close)

    Of course it might be all just coincidence too.

    Article - https://www.washingtonpost.com/crim...liLzQq0aKN1sk3LfdF9ZJ8&utm_term=.50ed78405e73
     
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  16. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    James looks like a very strong possibility IMO. Admittedly, a sketch is tough to go by, but I see distinct markers. The facial shape is unique.
     
  17. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Here is some additional info on James which makes me even more hopeful you have found a match:
    James Hires
     
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  18. leilarose68

    leilarose68 Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    Trans Doe Task Force is giving away a free FTDNA kit! You must enter before midnight today, Sunday 2/17/19 to be considered and follow the instructions in the post :)

    Trans Doe Task Force

    Good luck!
     
  19. Mrs. Badcrumble

    Mrs. Badcrumble The North remembers

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    New recons!

    "The DNA Doe Project would like to share these beautiful updated facial approximations for Pillar Point Doe by Kim Parkhurst who is a volunteer with the Trans Doe Task Force.

    Kim has prepared two looks for how our Pillar Point Doe may have appeared, and worked hard to portray clothing that closely resembles our Doe's original garments. Thanks again for sharing your talents, Kim!

    The Trans Doe Task Force is an independent grassroots effort created to help the DNA Doe Project. For more information on the TDTF, please visit their Facebook page, and be sure to check out their website as well: Trans Doe Task Force

    You can find our original DDP post with full details on Pillar Point Doe with updates here: DNA Doe Project

    Many thanks to our thoughtful supporters for their continued support and interest in the DNA Doe Project and Trans Doe Task Force. As always, we ask that commenters remain respectful to our Does and their families.

    #PillarPointDoe
    #DNADoeProject
    #SanMateo #PrincetownHarbor
    #California #PillarPoint #HalfMoonBay
    #TransDoeTaskForce #TDTF
    #WontBeErased"


    DNA Doe Project
     

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  20. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    That's a much classier outfit than it sounded from the description.
     
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