https://identifyus.org/cases/8112 This one seems identifiable to me if someone's looking for him, mainly because the testicular implant is such a distinctive feature. So, we'd be looking for someone who has had one of these conditions: http://menshealth.about.com/od/cosmeticsurgery/a/testicular_impl.htm There is the caveat that he's been part of the homeless community for some time so it might have been a while since he disappeared, and if the implant was acquired after he went missing it's not so helpful. And of course it's the sort of intimate information that might not always end up in the public information about the missing person even if the family is aware. But here's the info: Case number 10-06799 Date found November 08, 2010 at 11:44 AM Estimated age Adult - Pre 60 Minimum age 50 years Maximum age 60 years Race White Ethnicity Sex Male Weight (pounds) 95, Measured Height (inches) 67, Measured Probable year of death to 2010 Estimated postmortem interval Days Notes on body parts recovered partially skeletonized Body condition Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction Address 1 E. Hillsborough Ave/ N 56th St Address 2 City Tampa State Florida Zip code County Hillsborough Found in wooded area, homeless, known as preacher man by other homeless individuals. Hair gray or partially gray, length-2 to 2 3/8 long beard and mustache testicular implant black belt, blue shirt, white socks, blue jeans, red undershorts black watch He had lost most of his teeth antemortem. DNA is not submitted. I'm wondering about the weight, it seems very low. Did he starve to death? A typing error? Or just due to the body being partially skeletonized? I attempted to search for missing people with mentioned testicular problems in Doe network and didn't come up with much. Gordon Page was the only one I found: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/151dmmi.html It's a long shot because of the distance and the 20 years in between and his height is off but there is a plausible reason why he'd have wanted to go to Florida and with his medical history it does not sound too far fetched that he'd end up homeless. Sometimes autistic people are prone to long monologues which I imagine might earn someone the nickname "preacher man", and the undescended testicle might have necessitated an implant in the childhood (although it's not mentioned in his info) or been a risk factor to other testicular problems in adulthood. [(see http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/undescended-testicle/DS00845/DSECTION=complications ) Gordon Page would have been 47 in 2010 which is off the range but not too much. The dentals aren't very helpful because the UID had lost all but one of his teeth either ante or post mortem so there's nothing to say whether he used to have discolorations in the early nineties or not. But 20 years is a long time for an autistic person to fend for oneself, unless he spent some time in a care as an unidentified patient as his DN page suggests. There is no reconstruction to say what the UID looked like. This is another missing person who has had testicular surgery but he is younger than the given range for the UID and he is said to have had to have had braces and metal capped teeth when he disappeared in 2008 which doesn't give him that much time to lose most of them. http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/cornwell_jerry.html Does anybody else come to mind? Say, a missing person who has had testicular cancer?