Hey folks: I know for a little bit, everyone has been following my case on the unidentified torso that was discovered in Columbia County, FL in 1994. Here is another case that I have been also paying close attention to. In fact, this was the first John Doe case I followed since I was a young sleuther. In 1978, unidentified skeletal remains were discover in some planted pines at a rest area westbound of Interstate 10 at the Suwannee/Columbia County line in Florida. There was no clothing recovered, although there were some features of the remains, such as a healed broken nose that may have bent to the left; Healed broken left foot; and Severe arthritis in the left hip (possibly traumatic). According to dental records, he had an overbite; Amalgam fillings on tooth #3, 4, 12, 13, 14, 18 & 31; Porcelain filling on tooth #8; Class 2-3 periodontal disease in all teeth present; and atrophy of the lower jaw in the molar area. Like in the previous case I am working on, I have obtained some leads, but they eventually fell through. Now its your turn! So far, they have only compared DNA to that of a Roland Martin Welsch of Texas, yet the test came back negative. There is a great possibility of this JD being identified. So please help me. Give me all of your leads so I can send them to the CCSO, or write to the CCSO at: Columbia County, Florida Sheriffs Office Sheriff Mark Hunter 4917 U.S. Hwy 90 East Lake City, FL 32055-6288 Also too, you can call the Investigations Division at 386-758-1095. Below are some links to help you out on this case: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/6246 NamUs Profile http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/21umfl.html Doe Network profile http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/Content/Office-of-Statewide-Intelligence/Homicides/John-Doe-(3).aspx FDLE Profile Also any questions for me, please ask here or submit your tips in a reply!