The Doe Network: Case File 969UMNC http://doenetwork.org/cases/969umnc.html NamUs Case 2197 https://identifyus.org/cases/2197 Reconstruction of Victim Unidentified White Male * The victim was discovered on February 12, 1984 near Glenville, Jackson County, North Carolina * Estimated Date of Death: at least several weeks prior to discovery * Formerly Hot Case # 611 Vital Statistics * Estimated age: 15 - 18 years old * Approximate Height and Weight: 5'11"; 171 lbs. * Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown hair. He was circumcised. * Dentals: Available; wisdom teeth not erupted. All other teeth present, except for #32 missing postmortem; no caries, slight discoloration on #30. * Clothing: Blue jeans; tennis shoes; white socks; multi-blue plaid shirt; brown jacket with front and pocket zippers. * Fingerprints: Available Case History The victim was located by a man checking hunting traps below the Thorpe Reservoir Dam in the mountains, near Glenville, North Carolina on February 12, 1984. He was fully clothed and snuggled up in a blanket. A wallet with a driver's license and other identification was found nearby. The ID belonged to a Pinellas County, Florida, man who had lost it several months previously. Apparently, this man was known in the area to be using the name on the ID, and reportedly had been living in the area for several months. There was evidence of camping at the scene, perhaps with a companion. He was reportedly last seen sometime around the middle of December, 1983, in the Cashiers area.