UK Several male disappearances UK

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  1. Mrs Marple

    Mrs Marple Well-Known Member

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    Don't know if this is what you're looking for, but Pat Lamb and Ben Savage both went missing in Kent but both were found in rivers some time later.
     
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  2. SimeonOPatrick

    SimeonOPatrick Former Member

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    Corrie Mckeage is solved... He slept in a bin and ended up in a landfill. His body will never be found despite millions being spent on trying to locate in landfill.
     
  3. Sillybilly

    Sillybilly Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Folks, please review The Rules: Social Media - Facebook, Twitter, etc

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    How was that determined?
     
  5. PingTheRouter

    PingTheRouter Ghetto Superstar

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    he was prone to sleeping in bins or on top of bins

    when the bin was taken to the landfil site it was a lot heavier than it normally would be like hundreds of pounds heavier, meaning he was inside and possibly crushed and entered into the landfil area or actually burnt as some of the rubbish is actually burnt at another site sometimes

    so yeah very very sad but it seems to be solved
     
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    My first websleuth 'creation' was the above and soon after that, I was 'creating' another thread for a young man leaving a nightclub and going missing. It's so heartbreaking how much this happens.
     
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  8. pickle26

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    Remains found Glenrothes. Male. Not allan bryant or kenneth jones.
     

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  9. pickle26

    pickle26 Active Member

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    We are appealing for the help of the public to identify human remains found on an industrial estate in Glenrothes.

    The remains were found on Sunday, 27 September, 2020, on the estate in Whitehill Road in the town and extensive enquiries have so far failed to identify who he is.

    Work carried out, including forensic and scientific examinations by specialist teams, confirms that the remains are that of a man aged at least 35, potentially older, of slight build and around 5ft 8ins to 5ft 9ins tall. He had lost a number of teeth during his life.

    Detective Chief Inspector Kevin Houliston, of Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team (East), said: The death of this man remains unexplained and our enquiries are continuing to find out who he is and how he came to be on the estate.

    “There are a number of features that may help us to identify him. He had a surgical plate attached to his ankle and we believe this was fixed to his left ankle during surgery sometime between late 1998 and early 1999. Enquiries thus far have revealed that it is likely he died at least two years ago.

    "Officers are in the process of checking all missing persons records in the UK, but he may not have been reported missing and I would urge anyone who can help us to identify this man to come forward."

    Read the full statement on our website: Appeal to identify remains of a man found on industrial estate in Glenrothes - Police Scotland
     

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  10. Shakerbhoy

    Shakerbhoy New Member

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    We have a *really* abnormal amount of canal deaths here in Manchester which have led to rumours of a serial killer on the loose,Police were quick to quell rumours however I believe this was to prevent panic in the Manchester Communities,

    There was a documentary sometime ago on this with an ex police officer investigating these "crimes" to which he come to the conclusion at the end that there was no such individual to blame for these deaths,but durng my own research ive spoken to a family member of a deceased man found in the canal on another forum where she said something along the lines of "Unfortunately for us we lost a family member in these circumstances,and because of this we were privy to a little more information than the general public,and let me tell you...they (police) are almost certainly holding information back on all these deaths".

    Here is the documentary




    Then there was a man named Reynard Sinaga who was a student who lived in Manchester City centre recently jailed for drugging and raping 48 males in his city centre flat,filming many of them,these are just the ones that came forward,ive long held a suspicion that this man and the bodies in the canals are somehow connected


    The privileged background of Manchester student rapist who attacked hundreds

    Theres at least one documentary that lends credence to this

     
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  11. pickle26

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    Update today
     

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    dalsglen Well-Known Member

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    My dad worked on the whitehill estate when I was younger, just had a wee Google streetview tour of it and saddened to see how rundown it's become. All units were full when I used to go there, it's a wonder noone smelled anything...
     

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