Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by Gardener1850, Oct 12, 2016.
Tried researching the boxer brand name but, of course, they are sold pretty much everywhere (walmart, amazon, ebay, overstock etc.)
Those sketches look nothing alike.
I thought the same thing.
They do look like 2 different men and they don't even look like they could be related, let alone resemble each other! I guess the 2 distinctive things about this man would be his robust/muscular build and nose deformity.
Namus link for this (note the pictures from above are not included):
As of now, rule-outs are:
Benjamin Brubaker 1974 Ohio
Andrew Chapman 1974 Ohio
Gene Lysle 1964 Ohio
Michael McLaughlin 1964 Virginia
Luis Montes 1974 North Carolina
John Morris 1969 Maryland
John Skirta 1958 Florida
Lennid Taku Unknown Florida
Travis Taylor 1975 Virginia
Anthony Urciuoli 1969 New York
The post-mortem interval is estimated at 3 years; here are some missing white males in PA from 2011 and earlier:
A Recent Geochemical Isotopic Analysis
Thank you, Richrd. Isotope results are always so interesting. From the article:
Based on when this man would have grown up, 35-50 (or earlier) years ago, much of the red areas had very few Hispanics. It is different today with many working in poultry processing, farming, and other industries in Alabama, Georgia, N. Florida, Mississppi and other red areas. The one exception I see is Texas. The areas of Central, South Central, and Eastern Texas have had Hispanics in significant amounts for generations. I wouldnt be surprised if this UID was from Texas and moved to Pennsylvania around a decade prior to his death. The fact that the areas in yellow (where he may have lived in the decade before his death) include Pennsylvania feels important to me.
Dec 6 2018
Clay model unveiled in homicide cold case
"YORK, Pa. (WHTM) - The York County district attorney's office has unveiled a clay sculpture depicting what an unknown man may have looked like years before his skeletal remains were discovered in West Manchester Township in 2013."
"The sculpture was crafted by forensic specialists at Penn State University."
"He has a strong jawline and chin, and that's something that people would remember if they've seen it," forensic artist Jenny Kenyon said."
"Investigators believe the man was between 35 to 39 years old, about 5'5 to 5'8 tall, and either white or Hispanic. He likely had a muscular build and several missing teeth."
3D clay model revealed in the mysterious 'York County John Doe Case'