This case is NOT in NamUs. Discovered on September 19, 1984 on ramp to I-95 from Route 619 near Quantico Marine Base, Prince William County, Virginia. Cause of death: Strangulation by ligature. Estimated date of death: Probably within 24 hours of discovery. Vital Statistics Estimated age: 20's Approximate Height and Weight: 5'2-5'3"; 100-120 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown eyes; black hair almost to collar. Blood type: A+ Clothing: Tan, long sleeve dress shirt with thin white stripes, boys size 6, John Henry brand; boys size 12, Fruit-of-the-Loom briefs.Tattoos: Tattoos on fingers of left hand; middle finger "9"; ring finger "6"; little finger possible "1". Dentals: Available. Good quality dentistry. Fingerprints: Available http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/252umva.html There was also a "cold case corner" focusing on him last year: https://www.facebook.com/PWCPolice/posts/1442707259112036 I actually found out about this case through finding his death certificate on Ancestry.com, where it is publicly available. The only thing I found, really, was an extension of his age range (it says he is "approx. 30"), the fact that he was strangled via a ligature, and the fact that he was cremated. Poor dude. It's so upsetting that theres other PWC Does in NamUs but this poor guy isn't.