Discussion in 'Sand Canyon John Doe' started by anthrobones, Jan 6, 2006.
Fair enough! I'll keep my 20/20 view of them daily to myself then. :blowkiss:
I have been leaning towards the hawk too for some time, but at any rate, no matter what kind of hawk, it narrows down the search for me anyway. And artist do "create" art, so the bird will not be exactly like a live bird all the time. We take liberties if you will. Hope you hear back from the son. I am emailing bird illustrators too, in the hope someone will recognize the design. later
The Red Tails in your yard might still be relevant. They said the same types of birds vary by region. What state do you live? Maybe we can use that as a possible point to rule out your state as being where our victim was from.
One more post guys then I'm done. I just don't think we can SAY what it is. Here's a picture of the tail of the red tailed hawk. My family used these for centuries in Headdress.
Wait, let me check something real fast MM.
Trying this one.
The shirt has black tipped, where the red tail has white.
I was able to date the drawing of this dead artist to the 80s via the books. I had seen the drawing on the internet, and then found it in the books yesterday. Let's hope his son has a good memory. He's old enough he wouldn't have been a child at the time.
I'm done lol. This is giving me a headache! Keep digging! :loveyou:
Can someone do a side by side?
Kentucky MM. I posted pics. I admire you guys! This has given me a massive headache.
If our bird were from the top it would have to be a snowy owl. and a white background would make sense.
I went to bed last night with a MASSIVE headache. It was actually back of the neck pain unlike anything I'd every experienced. I felt as if I was going to vomit too. I feared I had meningitis or something. I took ibuprofen and couldn't even use a pillow because the pillow hurt it. These are soft down pillows too. I actually wondered for a moment if I should go the hospital. I probably would have if I hadn't felt like I couldn't drive safely. Fortunately, I was able to fall asleep because I was sooooooooooo exhausted and the pain was gone in the morning. Just hoping that's the last time I experience it. No idea what caused it so I'm happy to blame it on the BIRD! lol
Another one. So much for my headache. If nothing else, it's something to study.
God, that's beautiful. I saw that last night on the internet. Stunning. Owls are much better looking from the top, IMO. The reason it's not from the top is because the tail feathers cover the wings in our shirt picture.
We have the Barred owls here. They are huge. And scare the pants off of someone when they do their mating calls.
That's because my head's full of pictures! And all my ads are T-shirts - on every web page, LOL! Last week it was Hanes underwear.
Remember we did say that once you envision something in your mind's eye it's difficult to un-see it.
When my boyfriend (who has experience in commercial RE management) saw the Heavenly hat, he remarked that, while its appearance could have been degraded by weathering, the shape of the hat resembled a painter's cap
138) Collins, James L 5’10 brown age 37ish dental/dna avail
139) Stanfill, Alan K 6’ brown(curly) age 27ish (no dental) dna submit
140) Goodman, Curtis L 6’ blonde age 33ish unk dental/dna
141) Selby, Douglas H 6’0 – 6’2 brown age 39ish dental avail
142) Van Harten, Marten (aka Harten, Marten van) 6’3 blonde age 34 unk dental/dna
no namus under either last name
143) Greenshields, George H II 6’1 brown 32ish dentals charted dna avail
144) Parker, Johnny L 6’0 blonde 41ish (no dental) dna avail
145) Collins, Stuart O 6’0 Straw blonde age 25ish no dental/dna
146) Mergen, Michael F 6’1 brown age 24ish unk dental/dna
concludes 1989 - 1993 Florida