I didn't see any old thread on this here. I found it intriguing though. Any thoughts? http://www.indexjournal.com/news/20070730b_n.html McCORMICK On the desk of McCormick Police Chief L.R. Martin are two manila folders containing unsolved cases that continue to puzzle the chief and his staff. One of the folders contains the details of what Chief Martin said was McCormicks only bank robbery, but second case the one that the chief said he will never forget concerns the bizarre death and hidden identity of a man whos real name remains a mystery to this day. The man who never was When the call came into to the McCormick Police Department on the morning of Jan. 27, 1991, Martin was a patrolman who was the first person answering a call to investigate a broken window in a trailer. The initial complaint was that there might have been a burglary, Martin said. When he arrived, Martin discovered a strong winter wind had blown a metal rocking chair against the glass with enough force to shatter it. Because the door to the trailer was locked, Martin crawled through the open window and went inside. The moment I got inside I smelled this horrible odor, but had no idea what it was, Martin said. No one had seen anyone around the trailer for a couple of years, so I continued to investigate, thinking there had been a robbery because it was an abandoned trailer. As Martin walked toward the back of the single-wide trailer, he saw what looked to be a rag lying on the floor near the bathroom door. Moving toward the material, Martins foot inadvertently came in contact with what later proved to be a human leg in a severe state of decomposition.