After I made the post I was looking at google maps again and noticed that on the sign in front of the farm. At first I thought what an odd name. Then after I realized they raise and board horses I wondered if they had something to do with race horses. You always hear of a race horse named "Revenge" something or another. LOL I wondered if they ever had anyone they'd hired, just up and leave. Some kind of drifter maybe. Perhaps someone with no family to check up on them with. Now, judging on the clothing (and on brief description of the remains), I'm guessing a DLC of somewhere between late 2013-2018 maybe early 2019. The Bromley coat wouldn't have been manufactured until after May of 2013 (I found this is when David Bromley and his wife married and founded Bromley & Co., couldn't find an actual start of business date yet) The Apostrophe hoodie, although could have been an item owned for years or bought at a second hand store, hasn't been manufactured in a few years that I can find, and I cant really find much on them however. The one thing missing that has me a bit puzzled is that there isn't a shirt. I probably wouldn't have thought about this too much if the hoodie was a pullover, but who wears a zip up hoodie without a shirt underneath? I'm guessing its winter or close to, I don't know much about NC weather, but I'm from NY and we start wearing clothing like that mid Oct-early Nov thru about March. I also find it strange the clothes are listed as "Near the body", makes me wonder if the clothing even belongs to this individual. Looks as though there is one sock pictured with the shoes where is the other sock? And With this being a female where are her underwear and bra? Lastly, I'm leaning toward this being a middle to older aged woman mostly based on the shoes. I just cannot see a teenager or young adult willingly wearing that style shoe, I don't mean the brand name either, just the style. Danskin Now is also a common brand of active wear, currently sold at walmart and targets all age ranges, I don't think these particular pair would have been aimed for sale to a younger generation compared to some of their styles.