http://doenetwork.org/cases/314umga.html Discovered on December 9, 1999 in a wooded area near Midland Court, just southeast of Winder in Barrow County, Georgia. Cause of death could not be determined. It is believed the man's body was in the woods for six to eight months. State of Remains: Skeletal Estimated age: 55-60 years old (DOB: 1939 - 1949) Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4-5'9" Distinguishing Characteristics: He underwent reconstructive surgery to his skull at some point in his life, possibly to repair damage caused by a car accident. He had a plastic surgical insert just below one eye socket. Investigators found a piece of brown hair among the man's remains. Dentals: Available. He had some cosmetic dental work. Clothing: The only scrap of clothing found was the elastic waistband of a size 34 pair of Hanes underwear. Case History A man gathering pecans December 9, 1999, found the skeletal remains of this victim near train tracks south of Winder. Authorities found about 90 percent of the man's skeleton, but little else. Foul play is not suspected.