Discussion in 'Identified!' started by CarlK90245, Nov 4, 2011.
from Carl's link:
NamUs is credited with resolving at least 62 of the missing and unidentified person cases in its databases.
there must be some error there.
No, that's probably right. There are plenty more that started out as NamUs cases, but were solved by other means (e.g., CODIS, AFIS, MP Families searching DoeNet, etc.).
9:57 AM, May. 18, 2012
May. 26, 2012
I'm assuming this is the same case. Above links don't work.
Body Found In Scioto River In 1975 To Be Identified
Cliffhanger - tune in tomorrow for ID.
Another link - different source.
Body Found In 1975 Finally Identified
Authorities Release Name Of 'Scioto John;' Body ID'd From 1975
"On Wednesday, police said the man was Arthur Raymond Flowers from Hardin County."
Amazing work. The reconstruction made this happen.
Is there a picture of Mr. Flowers? I'd love to see how close they were to the reconstruction.
There's a photo of him, kind of blurry, at the link just above.
Poor guy. An inpatient at the VA hospital who disappeared in 1975, he must have been a Vietnam vet. RIP Arthur.
RIP Mr Flowers- gives my heart a wee lift to see these unidentified being given back their identity
Here's a side-by-side of Arthur Flowers and the recon.
Separate names with a comma.