Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Bobby88, Jul 12, 2014.
These recons are so much better.
Relman Goolsby has been removed from the Charley Project, but not from the California missing person's site: Relman Morin Goolsby
I was wrong. Found Relman on Charley. Just had the wrong link. Derp. Relman M. Goolsby – The Charley Project
Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP4241
Male, Black / African American
*GRAPHIC POSTMORTEM PHOTOS ATTACHED*
Date Body Found: July 10, 1986
Location Found: Houston, Texas
Location Found: Map
Estimated Age: Adult - Pre 40; 23-40
Measured Height: 5' 8"
Estimated Weight: 161 lbs
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Distinguishing Characteristics: Remnants of gold fingernail polish present on both hands
Piercing: 4 piercings in each ear
Tattoo: Heart and a scroll on the underside of lower left arm
Clothing: Pink pants, grey shirt and black leather belt studded with spikes
Jewelry: Leather bracelet, two necklaces (a yellow metal chain and a white metal chain), two rings (a yellow metal and a white metal), three earrings
Circumstances of Recovery: Decedent found in cardiac arrest and transported to hospital. Pronounced dead soon after arrival.
Courtesy of Kim Parkhurst:
Live Oak Doe 1986 (TX). DDP status = at lab for extraction
DNA Doe Project is asking for donations for Live Oak Doe. Doe is now a DDP Fund case.
Live Oak Doe 1986 - DNA Doe Project Cases
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Disappointed to see that they only have very low matches.
Oh darn. I hope they get higher matches soon.
I'm sad Hoping it doesn't take forever to get a good match.
Unfortunately not surprising POC are very underrepresented in GEDmatch and other DNA databases. Let's keep our fingers crossed for a breakthrough match before long.
Their new highest match is 56.3 cM. A small step towards their identification!
Their highest match on FTDNA is 105,1 cM !
Their Namus page is down...
Fingers crossed it means they were identified!
There were some good matches after the GEDmatch TOS change, so hopefully this means there was an identification!
Wow! I hope this means that they've been identified.
I have checked Texas missing persons bulletin, which is on the official Texas police website, and their page has been removed from there as well. I think it can not be a coincidence.