There is a clay reconstruction image now appearing on namus that I have never seen before. I think it was just added on July 2nd, 2012. This badly decomposed body was discovered in a landfill in Oklahoma City on Feb. 18, 1981. The post mortem interval is 1980-1981 (months). The body was: Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton. https://identifyus.org/en/cases/4900 69 inches height. Healed fractures-cranial vault, left nasomaxillary region; ribs 2-10, left; ribs, 5,6,11, right; ribs 7-8-9, left - have 2 fractures each, united by osteophyte outgrowth; scapula, left with transverse fracture of inferior angle; healed compression fracture of T11. These injuries are consistent with a single episode of massive injury to the head and thorax occurring several to many years prior to death. The pattern is similar to that observed in seated forward impact, such as occurs in auto accidents. T11-T12 - agenesis of dorsal spine T11 - bifid arch Six lumbar vertebrae L1 with lumbar ribs, bilateral Right handed; possible right upper extremity atrophy. Fused coccyx.- Clothing on body Jacket, shirt, two pairs of pants - outer pants secured by belt of twisted rag. Clothing with body Footwear One shoe Other items found with body Jackknife with broken blade - in jacket pocket Upper Right 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Upper Left A a a a a n no n co n n n a a a a Lower Right a a n p n n n n n n n a a a a a Lower Left 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 N=Natural tooth, no fillingF=Filling, inlay, onlay, or veneerC=Crown or capB=Bridge workR=Root canalA=Antemortem loss (healed socket)P=Postmortem loss (open socket)I=ImpactedO=Other features (describe in dental comments)Comments #7 - incisal chip. #9 - 3/4 gold crown Postmortem damage to 6,7,8,25,26 Recent antemortem loss of posterior teeth. Severe periodontal disease. Generalized osteoporosis.